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Churchill Gardens Primary Academy

Churchill Gardens Primary Academy


“Churchill Gardens Primary Academy is a remarkable school that nurtures and challenges children in equal measure.

There is an exceptional sense of community and endeavour here, underpinned by the expertise and care of the teachers: we are subject specialists who aim to pass our knowledge and passion to the children.

We are aided by a knowledge-rich and broad curriculum, which is unique to Future Academies, and by the unrivalled dedication of our staff. 

Moreover, in a one-form entry school such as ours, every member of staff knows every child, which provides a wonderful environment in which each child feels valued and able to flourish.”

In-year admissions

Applications for a year group already established (Year 1-6 from the start of September) are made on Westminster City Council’s in-year common application form. If no waiting list is in operation and a vacancy exists in the child’s chronological year group, a place will be offered. Where a vacancy does not exist, the application will be considered in accordance with the oversubscription criteria and associated admission arrangements.

Parents can make an online in-year application via Westminster City Council’s website or by downloading a paper application form from the same website. Parents should return the application form directly to Westminster City Council.


If it has not been possible to offer your child a place at Churchill Gardens Primary Academy, you have the right, by law, to appeal to an independent appeal panel. Although the law allows you to have the opportunity to appeal against admission decisions, it does not give your child the automatic right to a place at a particular school. There is no guarantee that your appeal will be successful, and each case will be decided on its own merits by the independently appointed panel.

Appeals are processed by Churchill Gardens. If you wish to appeal for an in-year place, please complete the appeal form and return it to us.


We can take up to a maximum of thirty pupils in our nursery.

We offer an excellent learning environment, both inside and out which is well-organised, resourced and stimulating to enable children to learn with the guidance and care of our staff.

If you would like to visit our nursery, please contact the school office to arrange a tour.

There is no guarantee that we will be able to offer your child a nursery place.

There is no automatic entry to our Reception Class from the nursery.