St Osmund's Catholic Primary School

St Osmund's Catholic Primary School

Love for God - Love for each other - Love for learning



St Osmund’s is a Catholic Voluntary Aided primary school, within the Diocese of Clifton serving the parishes of St Osmund’s, St Gregory’s and Holy Redeemer in Salisbury. Most of our children come from Salisbury and Wilton with a few from villages a little further from the city centre.

The governing body, acting in accordance with the Code of Practice and the Clifton Diocesan Policy Statement, is responsible for the admission of pupils.

Applications for a place at St Osmund's must be made using the Primary Common Application Form. This form is available in paper form but parents are advised to apply online direct to Wiltshire County Council at

 Admissions Policy 23.24.pdf

As a Catholic school we require proof of Baptism by way of a Baptism Certificate for every baptised Catholic child.  This must be uploaded onto the Establishment Portal at the time of application and a copy sent to school. 

The deadline for applications for the Reception class is displayed around the school and in the Admissions link on the school website.

For admission to the school in September 2024 the deadline is 15th January 2024

Admissions-policy 24.25.pdf

Applications for a place at St Osmund’s Catholic Primary School from another school in Wiltshire: 

If you are moving to St Osmund’s from another school within Wiltshire, you should use the Wiltshire Council Admission Application Form for Transfers. This form can be obtained from the school or downloaded from Wiltshire Council's website -

Once completed, including a section from your existing school, please return the form to our school office.


Appealing a place

If your child is refused a place at St Osmund's Catholic Primary School, information about appeals can be obtained from the school office - 01722322632 or email our Business Manager, Mrs Jacqui Windsor, on


St Osmund’s Catholic  Primary School is a data controller and will processes all personal data in accordance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).  For full details of our data protection policies please refer to the school’s web site