St. Michael's CE School

Working Together For The Good Of All

“St. Michael’s Church of England School, established upon Christian foundations and living out the Christian faith, is committed to providing every child with an excellent education.”


Reception Admissions

The Board of Governors, who are responsible for admissions to this Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School admit 60 children into reception each September.

Parents of applicants are welcome to visit the School by prior arrangement during the year before admission. The meetings take place on a Thursday. Please contact the school to book a place.

Please click on the link to see when to apply: When to apply for Nursery and Reception places

It is important to note that transition into the main school from Mini St. Mikes is not automatic and you do have to re-apply under normal Reception intake regulations by submitting an online application to the Local Authority. 

September 2024 Intake

A copy of the present Admissions Code can be downloaded at the following link:–2.  Please see paragraphs 2.16-2.17 on pages 24-25 for the relevant guidance.

Please note: For 2024 the closing date for all applications is 15th January 2024.  All supplementary Church forms must be in to the school by this date.

Wandsworth: Apply for a Primary School Place: Guidance

When parents are applying for a place in  our reception class we strongly advise parents to also refer to the Local Authority website which provides a step by step process for the online application. The Local Authority 'Choose a Wandsworth Primary School' booklet is also published here and it is imperative that parents note the information entitled 'Applying for places - step by step'. Parents should note 'Step 4: Completing the application form' paying particular note to addresses uses. There is  also information relating to the national offer day in April.  Please note the closing date for all applications for 2024 entry is January 15th 2024.

Please note: If a child with an Educational Health Care Plan (EHCP) is placed in the school by the Local Authority before the normal admissions round, the number of places available to other applicants will be reduced.