Admissions process during Coronavirus
Download and complete the application form from the website. Send the application form, registration fee (if applicable) and your child’s two most recent school reports to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Admissions will contact you to confirm receipts of documents and answer any queries you may have.
We will then ask for a reference request to the child’s present school.
When all above documents are received, MMPS will contact parents to advise on the next steps.
- Child will be added to the waiting list
- If a place is available, child may be invited for an entrance exam.
Depending on reports, reference request & test results a place may be offered.
Our main intake is in September as most of our pupils join us from Nursery and remain with us until they leave for High school in Year 6. However, new pupils can join the school at any time throughout the academic year, if places are available.
We also offer Nursery places. LEA funding is available.
Because of the high demand for places, the school operates a waiting list. Places are therefore offered on a first come, first served basis, with siblings receiving priority. Any pupils wishing to join from Reception onwards will be required to undertake to a Teacher assessment before a place will be offered.
Registering your child
At MMPS, we encourage all potential parents to visit the school as this will assist with the decision making process.
Application forms are available online and can also be obtained by contacting the school office or e-mailing the admissions department (below). Completed forms should be returned to school, along with a registration fee of £40. Please note: that the registration fee is only applicable for children aged 5 years and above, and is payable by cash or cheque.
On receipt of the completed forms and registration fees (if applicable), the pupil’s details will be uploaded onto the appropriate waiting list and confirmation of this will be sent to parents in writing.
Should a place become available, parents will be contacted and pupils will be invited to spend part of the day in school and undertake an assessment. Pupils are assessed in areas of literacy and numeracy, including reading comprehension, spelling and story writing. Pupils will also have the opportunity to sample school life and meet potential class mates. If your child is successful, a formal offer of a place will be made by the Head Teacher