Victoria Primary School is a non-selective, mixed, non-denominational primary school. Applications must be made on the Nottingham City Council Common Application Form.

You can find details of how to apply on the council’s primary admissions web page:

“The older children take care of the younger ones. This makes everyone feel safe and happy.”


If Victoria Primary School is over-subscribed, priority is first given to pupils who are:

  1. Looked after children and children who have previously been looked after.
  2. Children or families who have professionally supported medical, physical, psychological or social need.
  3. Children who have a sibling (living within the same household) already on roll and who will still be attending the school the following year.

If in any of the categories a, b or c there are more applicants than there are places available, priority will be given to applicants who live nearest to the school.

  1. Children who live closest to the school.

“My Dad was already in England for work and I lived in Greece with my Mum. When my Mum told me we were moving to be with my Dad, I was excited, but I was scared of going to school. I shouted ‘No! I don’t want to!’ because I was scared that the teachers would be like the police.

When I first came to school, I didn’t know any English; I could only understand the children’s names. Everyone helped me to learn English and now I am excellent at it—even better than my Mum and Dad! I know that this school is good now. There are good rules, we learn and have hard work but do fun things too like drawing and making.”