The Isle of Wight School Admissions Policy is set in accordance with the School Admissions Code of practice published by the Department for Education.
The Isle of Wight Council is the Admissions Authority for all Community and Voluntary Controlled schools on the Island.
Please visit the Isle of Wight County Admissions website for more information on the admissions process for Hunnyhill Primary School.
Is your child due to start school in September?
Your child can start primary school in the September after they have reached the age of 4. Therefore your child can start school in Reception in September if they are 4 years old by 31st August.
The Isle of Wight Council is the admissions authority for all Community and Voluntary Controlled schools on the island. If you would like to apply for a place at Hunnyhill Primary school, you need to apply through the Isle of Wight Council. Applications must be made by the closing date in January.
Click HERE to apply online for a Reception Class place/
Placements will be notified in April, followed by a confirmation letter confirming that your child has a place at Hunnyhill Primary School. We will write to you and outline our transition process including giving you the times and dates of our stay and play sessions and the parents welcome meeting.
Would you like your child to attend Hunnyhill Primary School?
If you would like to come and view our school please contact the school office on 01983 522506.
The Isle of Wight Council is the admissions authority for all Community and Voluntary Controlled schools on the island. Therefore, all applications for places at Hunnyhill Primary School need to be made via the Admissions Department at the Isle of Wight Council.
Click HERE to apply for a place online.
The Isle of Wight Admissions Department can be contacted at:
School Admissions Office, County Hall,
Newport, Isle of Wight, PO30 1UD.
Telephone: 01983 823455
Free School Meals
Registering could raise money for Hunnyhill Primary
It’s important to sign up for free school meals if applicable. Aside from providing your child with a hot nutritious meal each day, registering your child could also raise an extra £1300 for the school from central government to fund valuable support like extra tuition, learning assistants or after school clubs.
Even if you will be sending your child in with a packed lunch initially and do not want your child to receive the free meal, if you think you qualify, we would encourage you to register for free school meals anyway. By doing so, it will help us to claim an extra £1300 for each qualifying pupil which is money that the school can benefit from and use to fund new equipment or teaching resources for the use of all children.
To register for your child to receive free school meals, please click on the link below which will take you directly into the Isle of Wight Council web page where you can see if you qualify and make your application.
If you do not receive any qualifying benefits then you do not need to make an application. There are 2 distinct categories – UIFSM (Universal Infant Free School Meals) and FSM (Free School Meals).
Putting it simply, the UFSM schemes provide all primary school pupils with a free school lunch regardless of their family's household income or whether their guardians are in receipt of particular qualifying benefits. Therefore all Early Years children will be provided with a hot meal at no cost to you every day if you wish them to under the UIFSM scheme (and you can decide that each day after they start).
Families who are in receipt of certain benefits can make an additional application for FSM’s which then allows the school to apply for additional funding which will benefit the whole school, and these are the families who need to complete the form.