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Holmwood School
Kensington Drive, Great Holm, MK8 9AB, UK Milton Keynes
+44 (0)1908 260596

Ten Reasons to choose us:

  • a secure, caring and very happy environment
  • a proven history of academic achievement
  • a strong, well established team of dedicated staff who will help your child reach their full potential
  • a vibrant, stimulating curriculum
  • a reputation for promoting good discipline and respect
  • a modern, bright and welcoming building with a purpose built library
  • up to date resources, including interactive whiteboards
  • recent investment in our valuable outdoor areas
  • very effective links with parents who have very positive views of the school (Ofsted)
  • a spacious Foundation unit offering places for up to 60 children


Aims of the School

To help each child realise its
maximum potential, through
carefully structured, first-hand

To ensure that all members
of the school have high
expectations of what can be

To establish a caring community
in which children are valued and
can be secure, independent,
confident and happy in order to
develop into responsible members
of the community

To provide a learning environment
which stimulates and challenges
pupils' thinking and personal
development in all areas of the

To provide a broad, balanced,
relevant and differentiated
curriculum which takes account
of the requirements of the
National Curriculum

To raise standards of achievements
throughout the School by close
monitoring & evaluation of all
aspects of School life


Admissions 2007/2008

Admissions Criteria

Places are allocated according to the following criteria, in order of priority:-

In September 2002, Milton Keynes Council introduced a one point of entry policy for children entering school for the first time. This means that all children who are five during the school year, ie born between 1 September 2002 and 31 August 2003 will be admitted to school in September 2007. Only those children will be admitted to school. Children will be admitted to school on a part-time basis initially, some in the mornings and some in the afternoons, details of which will be available from school, for individual children. Children will all attend school on a full-time basis by October half-term.

For further advice or clarification about admissions please telephone the Pupil Support Section of Milton Keynes Council on 01908 253489/253450.


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