Applying for a place at Whitehouse Primary School for your child?

The Whitehouse Primary School Admissions Policy reflects that of the Local Education Authority (Milton Keynes Council) and meet all requirements of the national Schools Admissions Code, Appeals Code and admissions legislation.



Reception places for September 2021 have been allocated by Milton Keynes Council. 90 places have been allocated to children within the Whitehouse catchment. The PAN for 2021 was 75 and additional places were allocated according to the admissions criteria. The school has reached capacity as a 3 form entry school with 90 spaces.

Milton Keynes Council act as the Admissions Authority on behalf of Whitehouse Primary School.

National offer day for Reception places September 2022 is 19th April.

In year admissions

Other Year Groups 

Consideration for 'in year admission' applications is for any child already in school and looking to move to Whitehouse Primary School. We will consider further applications if you're moving into our catchment area of Whitehouse and we have space available.

Admissions Criteria 

Information regarding the admissions process for your child or children to attend Whitehouse Primary School is available to download below.

*Please note our admission criteria has been amended (6/21) to include the recent change to the School Admissions Code which will come into play from September 2021 and will apply to the admissions for September 2022.

To apply for a place at Whitehouse Primary, please visit:


Impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on appeals

The Appeals Team at Buckinghamshire Council (which administers admission appeals for this school) is unable to arrange appeal hearings currently  due to the government’s social distancing and lockdown measures. Normally, if parents make admission appeals following the National Offer Days, they are heard by the Independent Appeal Panels between May and July.  Unfortunately  this year, appeals will be delayed. Government advice is being closely monitored and parents will be advised when their appeals can be heard as soon as further information is available.