St. Luke's Church of England Primary School is a Church of England Controlled school catering for girls and boys from four to eleven years old and is maintained by Hampshire County Council. St. Luke's Primary is a thriving village school and there is a strong sense of community. The staff make every effort to ensure that new children settle into the school quickly and happily.
The teachers strive to make the children's school experiences fulfilling and worthwhile, at the same time helping them to become responsible, helpful, self-reliant and caring young members of the school and our village community.
If you would like your child to attend our school and find out how to apply, please click on the links below for our school prospectus, Hampshire County Council's Admission pages, a Parents/ Carers guide to ensuring the best possible start to school in Hampshire, and our Admission Policies for 2017/18 and 2018/19.
Year R - September 2018
We hope to be able to offer a place for your child in the Autumn term after their fourth birthday, depending on numbers. We are happy to consider applications from out of our catchment area, but in the event of over subscription our admission policy will come into operation.
Applications for main round Year R for September 2018 should be made online via Hampshire County Council's website from Wednesday 1st November 2017. The closing date for Year R applications for September 2018 is midnight on Monday 15th January 2018. Notifications offering places will be sent by Hampshire County Council on Monday 16th April 2018. Our Induction Timetable for new children starting at St. Luke's in September 2018 will be available to download below, following this notification.
Pre-Schools in Sway
If you have moved in to the village, we are fortunate to have two preschools available to children. Telephone or visit their website(s) for further details.
Robin Nursery School, Sway Youth Centre, Station Road, Sway, Hampshire
Tel: 01590 683440
Little Flyers Pre-School, Middle Road, Sway, Hampshire (Village Hall)
Tel: 01590 718061 or 07789121675