Prospective parents are welcome to come and visit to take a tour of the school with the Head Teacher and ask any questions that they may have. Please ring the school office on 01225 424950 in order to make an appointment for a tour.
Open Mornings also take place during the school year when parents can visit the school without the need for a prior appointment; please keep an eye on the school website for dates.
The Bath and Mendip Partnership Trust is the Admissions Authority for Roundhill Primary. However, Bath and North East Somerset Council manages Reception admissions on behalf of the Trust Board. Therefore, Roundhill Primary admits Reception pupils in accordance with the admissions policy determined by Bath and North East Somerset Council (BANES).
Bath and North East Somerset Council School Admissions Information :
Children are offered three full terms of education in their Reception year and most are admitted in the September following their fourth birthday.
To ensure a happy and confident start to their formal schooling, children attend part-time sessions only for the first two weeks.
Children and parents are invited into school for a series of induction events in the Summer term preceding their entry. Home visits are held with all parents prior to children starting school. In the first term, parents are invited to curriculum events where information is shared to help them support their child’s learning.
In-Year admissions are requests for places at Roundhill Primary aside from the initial admission of Reception children each September.
If you would like to apply for an in-year place for your child, please complete the attached form and return it to
Roundhill Primary by either :
1) post, to:
Roundhill Primary School
or 2) e-mail, to: firstname.lastname@example.org (marking it for the attention of Admissions)
Appeals For Places At Roundhill Primary
The Bath and Mendip Partnership Trust is the ‘Admissions Authority’ for Roundhill Primary. The Trust has a policy of not admitting pupils above the Published Admission Number (PAN) for each year group. This is because admitting pupils above the PAN means larger classes, which stretch teachers, equipment and space, and prejudice the education of pupils already on roll at the School.
The Bath and Mendip Partnership Trust follows Bath and North East Somerset Council’s Appeals Procedures and commissions Bath and North East Somerset Council to handle appeals on its behalf. Information on the appeals process can be accessed from the link below.