A warm welcome and thank you for your interest in enrolling your child at our primary school.
Southbroom Infant School is a great place to learn. We have fantastic staff who support and nurture each student, and deliver a top-quality education full of fun and surprises.
On this page, you can find information about how to apply for a place, in-year admissions, open events, and what to expect for your child’s first days at the school.
How to Apply
Admissions to the school are coordinated by Wiltshire Council, and your application can be completed and submitted online.
Click the button below to visit the Wiltshire Council applications website for the application form and further details.
Need Help Applying? Contact us!
We're here to help. Use the form below to send us any questions or queries.
Visit our School
By hosting a number of open days, we give parents and prospective pupils the opportunity to visit the school and take a look around. Details of any future Open days will be detailed here.
If you are new to the area and you would like to find out more about our school please contact our office to arrange a visit.
We have recently built a new nursery building and outdoor area, giving our early years a fantastic facility to start their education.
If you are looking for a place for your child at Southbroom Nursery, visit our nursery page here:
We welcome students joining us at any time of year. If you currently live outside of Wiltshire, you can find more information about transferring to a Wiltshire school by clicking the button below.
For more information about in-year transfers, please contact our school office.
New Starters - What to Expect
Every child’s start to school life is a vitally important period. At Southbroom, we do everything we can to make it a smooth, happy, and positive experience. Our early years team place a strong focus on assisting children with the transition from home to school life.
We start all reception children on mornings for a couple of weeks while they settle in and learn our routines. Most children then come to school on a full-time basis, but when children are not yet ready for full-time education, we are happy for them to come on a part-time basis until ready.