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We have worked closely with the Ministry of Defence to ensure there are sufficient numbers of school places available. We have built new schools and extended current provision so all children relocating from Germany and other parts of the United Kingdom can start at a school with high quality, fit for purpose facilities and a high standard of education.

For those with younger children, early years provision is being provided including childcare spaces to meet the needs of the Army Basing Programme.

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There are a number of schools that have been newly built or extended to support the military moves to Wiltshire

Location
School
Early Years
Primary
Secondary
Completion Date
Bulford Kiwi (expansion)   +150 places  

2016

 

Bulford St Leonards (expansion) 50 places     2016
Larkhill St Michaels (newly created) 60 places

420 places

MOD funds 390 places

  Opened September 2018
Durrington Avon Valley College (expansion)     +270 places February 2020
Tidworth Wellington Academy (expansion)    

+300 places

MOD funds 105 places

Completed 2019
Tidworth Wellington Eagles Primary* (newly created) 30 places

420 places

MOD funds 210 places

  Easter 2020
* Wellington Eagles Primary will open in September 2019, initially operating out of a modern, recently renovated 12-classroom block at the Wellington Academy Secondary School – where it has its own self-contained playground and grassland area. A purpose built new primary school building is being constructed, and whilst construction started last year, the build time has been extended predominantly as a result of contractor insolvency; a new contractor has now been appointed and work has restarted.
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Please view the full Wiltshire specific policy documentations for more details.

See 2017/18 determined admissions arrangements for co-ordinated schemes - there is one for both primary and secondary schools

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Maps of schools affected by Army Basing

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Last updated: 2 August 2019 | Last reviewed: 2 August 2019