Heathwood Lower School

Heathwood Lower School














School Admissions


Starting School in 2022

If you have a child who is eligible to start school in September 2022, you will be in the process of choosing a preferred school for your child. Central Bedfordshire Local Authority manages all our admissions arrangements. If you would like to enquire about sending your child to our school, then please get in touch by calling the school office (01525 377096). We have produced a virtual tour which is available on the School Website.

Alternatively, you can copy and paste the attached link into your browser.  

Choosing a school for your child is a very important decision and we fully appreciate the range of factors involved in selecting a preferred school. Schools can feel very different and as a parent or carer you are best placed to identify a school that will match the expectations you have for your child. Whilst we cannot predict how many places are offered by the Local Authority to children in our catchment area, each year we do take a proportion of children from outside that area. 

If you would like to contact Central Bedfordshire Admissions, you can get in touch by calling or emailing:

Phone: 0300 300 8037

Email: admissions@centralbedfordshire.gov.uk


At Heathwood Lower, we adhere to Central Bedfordshire Council's Standard Admissions Policy for Community and Voluntary Controlled Schools.



Standard Admission Policy

  1. All 'looked after' children or children who were previously 'looked after'.
  2. Children who appear to the Council to have been in state care outside of England and ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted.
  3. Children of Staff
  4. Children living in the catchment area with siblings at the school.
  5. Children for whom the school is their nearest lower/primary school.
  6. Children living outside the catchment area with siblings at the school.
  7. Any other children.
Our Published Admissions Number (PAN) is 30

Central Bedfordshire Council School Admissions website: