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  • ‘This school is amazing. The staff are wonderful and we have lots of space to have fun.’

  • ‘I like maths because we have lots of resources’
  • ‘I think Milford is a great school because every single teacher has a very special talent for our lessons’
  • ‘My favourite lesson is maths because I can always challenge myself’
  • ‘The teachers make learning fun. They make you feel proud of yourself’

  • ‘I like this school because it has nice teachers and lots of space in the hall and playground’

  • ‘This school is fun because it has lots of good teachers’

  • ‘I like it when we go on the court because we get to play fun games’

Admissions

Milford Junior School follows the procedures as set out by the Local Authority (Somerset County Council) regarding pupil admissions.

There are two types of pupil admissions:

1) A September start to Year 3 - first year of Key Stage 2

2) An in year admission

Admissions into Year 3

All prospective Milford Junior School pupils are requested by the Local Authority to apply for a school place into Year 3. This needs to be done online or by completing an application form located on the Somerset County Council website. The Local Authority produces a booklet which helps parents/carers understand how the process works and which details the closing dates for applications.

For further details regarding applications please use the link below:

 School Admissions into Year 3

In Year Admissions

Parents/carers who wish to transfer their child/children to Milford Junior School during the academic year should contact the school office for further details 01935 474477.

For further details regarding applications please use the link below:

 In Year School Admissions

Where an application has been refused in any year group, the child will be placed on a waiting list. This will be kept strictly in order of over subscription criteria by the Local Authority, as the Admission Authority, and the child will remain on the waiting list until the end of the academic year in which the application was refused.   Parents are responsible for informing the Admission Authority of any changes in their circumstances, which could affect their place on the waiting list”