Millennium Primary School Millennium Primary School

Maritime Academy Trust

Applying for a place at Millennium 

We welcome visits to the school during specified times - please contact the school for the next available date.


Applications for Nursery are taken from the age of 2. The Nursery is a part-time nursery: five morning sessions 9:00 am to 12:00 pm or five afternoon sessions 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm.  We have capacity for 16 children to attend Nursery for full day session. There will be a cost implication for lunch time care. Admission to the Nursery is from the age of 3 years old. 

Further details on how to apply for a Nursery place can be found here.


Children born between 1st September 2013 and 31st August 2014 will be eligible for a place in September 2018.

Millennium follows the Greenwich policy for school admissions - a booklet, 'Choosing a Greenwich Primary School', is available from Children's Services (Admissions Section):

The Woolwich Centre
35 Wellington Street
London SE18 6HQ

Telephone: 020 8921 8043
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If your child is already at school age

If your child is not on roll at a Greenwich school you need to fill in a ‘Primary School Application Form for In-Year Admissions', which is available from the school or the Local Authority.

If you would like a transfer from one Greenwich school to another for educational or other reasons, you must contact the Headteacher of your child’s current school to discuss the matter.

If you still want to transfer schools you need to contact the Council’s Admissions Section and they will advise you of vacancies, and provide a transfer form.

If there are more applications than places available, the school will use the admission criteria set by the Royal Borough of Greenwich to decide which applicants should be offered a place.

First priority will go to children with a statement of special educational needs (SSEN) or an education, health and care (EHC) plan naming the school.

Remaining places will be given in the following order:

  1. Looked after children and previously looked after children who have been adopted or become subject to child arrangements or a special guardianship order immediately after having been looked after. A looked after child is a child who is in the care of an English or Welsh local authority in accordance with section 22 (a) of the Children Act 1989.
  2. Children with a sibling - living at the same address - who is already attending the school at the time of the child's admission. Sibling means a full, half, step, adopted or foster brother or sister. This does not include siblings who attend a school's nursery provision.
  3. Children with an acute medical or social need for a particular school. This may also apply to an immediate family member. The application must be supported by a letter written by a professional such as a qualified medical practitioner, setting out the reasons why the school is the only one that can meet the child's needs and the implications for the child if they are not offered a place at the school. Work commitments and childcare arrangements are not considered as being an acute medical or social need.
  4. Other children based on home to school distance. The distance from home to school is measured as a straight line from the centre of the home address to the centre of the school site. If two applicants live an equal distance from the school, the offer of a place will be decided by random allocation.
  5. Attendance at a school's nursery, children of staff, work commitments and childcare arrangements are not part of the decision making process.

Local Authority Details

020 8921 8043

The Woolwich Centre
35 Wellingtion Street,
London SE18 6HQ