St Joseph's Catholic Primary School is a Roman Catholic school founded to provide education for Catholic children.  The school is conducted by the Board of Governors which has responsibility for admission of pupils.  The school is all inclusive and welcomes children of all faiths, who are prepared to support and uphold the ethos and aims of our Catholic school.

The Governors intend to admit up to 60 pupils into Reception each academic year. 

If you are considering our School for your child, either Pre-School or Reception, or you are seeking a place in an older year group, you will find below all the information you require about the school and applying for a place through Buckinghamshire County Council.

Admission appeals are administered by your local authority.  Please click on the link for more information.
Buckinghamshire Council appeals for primary school place


We are consulting on the oversubscription criteria in our admission policy (for admission 2025-2026)

Further information is available on our MAT website

The consultation is open until 10 January 2024 and any feedback should be sent to



We usually hold a school tour on the first Tuesday of every month, to give you an opportunity to see our school community in action.  

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Buckinghamshire Admissions - Information on School Admissions

Buckinghamshire Admissions - Applying for a school place