Copythorne Church Of England Infant School
Fax: 023 80811631
Headteacher: Mrs Tina Daniels
Type of school: Infant
DfE No.: 3032
School status: Controlled C of E
District council: New Forest
Courier Route: CD43
Tel: 0845 603 5623
HIAS, Children's Services Department
Clarendon House Campus
Tel : 01252 814755
Area Director: David Hardcastle
Team: West 2
Tel: 0845 603 5620
Applications will be considered according to the admission policy for the year of admission.
If you are considering applying for a place in this school you may find some of the information on this page useful in making your mind up. If you need any further assistance, please contact the school or the Admissions Team.
Published admission number for September 2013: 30
If the school has more applications than there are places available they will be prioritised according to the school's admission policy for September 2013
To apply online for a place in Year R in September 2013, please use our online form.
Apply now for a place at this school.
Please note that to apply for a place at this school you must complete a supplementary information form (SIF). These are also available from the school.
For further general information about admissions please see Hampshire County Council's admissions pages.
View a breakdown of offers of places for September 2012 by admissions criteria. Please note that this is no guarantee that the pattern of offers will be repeated in September 2013.
You could try searching on Hants Car Share
The school has had its travel plan adopted and approved. The school will be expected to submit annual progress reports with supporting evidence of achievements.
You can find impartial information on planning your journey by bus, coach or train including time and distance from Traveline South West
New Forest District Council monitor air quality for this area.
There are cycle bars for around 8 bicycles, although the school is hoping to provide a secure shelter soon. Copythorne Infant is working to improve cycle routes, as parents and children are enthusiastic about increasing the numbers who cycle to school.