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Bilston C E Primary School
Albany Crescent, WV14 0HU Bilston
01902 558690

Ethos and Values

Bilston Church of England Primary School is a Voluntary Controlled School. This reflects the partnership between church and state in providing education for all within a distinctly Christian context.

As a Church of England School we meet daily for whole school worship and our teaching about the Christian faith within a Christian atmosphere is cultivated.

The school exists to provide the best possible education suited to individual need, and children from all religions and cultural backgrounds are welcome. We strive to develop a sympathetic understanding of other cultures and peoples, and to create equal opportunities for all, irrespective of race, colour, gender or creeds and to regard each child as being of equal value. We encourage pupils to reflect upon their own attitudes towards other individuals and their environment.

We endeavour to provide a secure environment in which each individual can flourish academically and as a person. Each child is an important individual who must be encouraged to think and to reach maximum potential at his/her own individual pace. We encourage respect for each other, each other’s views and each other’s property, to enable each pupil to live and work in a spirit of co-operation with others.


In the school life, our pupil’s are given opportunities to widen their knowledge and experiences by participating in a variety of educational visits and extra-curricular activities.

One of our most important aims is to develop and encourage well-founded links with the home. To this end parents are asked to work in partnership with the school to promote positive and therefore helpful relationships. We wish to establish a partnership between the school and the wider community, which it serves.

Our main aim, together with parents, is to create happy, confident and socially acceptable young people who, having started to develop caring and responsible attitudes, will be equipped to make the best of their own aptitudes and abilities.


Bilston Church of England Primary School is a small one form entry Infant and Junior School. There is usually one class for each year group, but from time to time mixed age classes are required because of small numbers.

Our admission policy is in accordance with Local Education Guidelines, which has recently been altered.

For future admissions to Infant Reception, you are required to complete a Preference Form in advance to your child starting statutory education. Parents registering their child are required to complete the appropriate form, show their child’s birth certificate and proof of residence. They will also be required to read, acknowledge and sign our Home School Agreement.

The Admission Number is the official number of children determined by the LEA who may be admitted in a particular year. At present, our Reception class has an admission number of 30.

We encourage parents to register their child at least one year before admission. We then invite parents and their child to two sessions before the start of school. The aim of this is to enable both child and parent to feel comfortable with their new surrounding’s, to meet their teacher and to begin to feel a part of Bilston Church of England Primary school before the child officially starts school.

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We welcome visits to the school from any prospective parents and their children.

Children will normally begin full-time education in September or January, depending upon when their fifth birthday occurs.

Children whose fifth birthday occurs between 1st September and 28th February (29th in a leap year) will normally be admitted to full-time school at the beginning of the Autumn Term in September.

Children whose fifth birthday occurs between 1st March and 31st August will normally be admitted to full-time school in January at the beginning of the Spring term.

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