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Vigo Primary School

Opening a World of Learning and Opportunity


Year R Open Days for September 2023 Admissions

Why not take a few minutes to view our school videos: ‘Welcome to Vigo School’ and ‘Once Upon a Time There Was a School…’

Choosing a school for your child is a very important decision. We are very proud of Vigo Primary School. Our Visions and values are at the core of everything we do.  They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens.


New Families

If you are thinking about joining Vigo Primary, or have already made your decision, you can rest assured that you will be joining a team who want the best for your child.


We pride ourselves that your child’s needs will be met so that starting school, or changing school, is a positive and happy time. We believe that parents know their children best, so we will listen to your concerns and wishes to ensure your child settles into our school happily, and quickly.


What will I need to do to join Vigo Primary?

Your first, and most important step, is to come and have a look around.  In doing this, you will get a feel for the school you are joining.  During your visit, you will be able to look the school in the setting, talk to staff and children.  Our doors are always open call the office on 01264 365166 to arrange a visit.


Year R

As soon as you have your place confirmed, we will contact you to invite you to visit the school.  You will have lots of questions you will have the opportunity to ask about your child starting school.  


Coming from another school

We will ensure there are opportunities for your child to visit before they join us full time.  We will also work closely with you to ensure we have as much information as we can to ensure that your child settles in quickly and happily.


For all admission enquiries, please contact the school office on 01264 365166 or email


Vigo Primary has an admission policy which is set in line with Hampshire County Council’s policy