Student Admissions

Pewsey Vale School is an 11-16 co-educational comprehensive, providing secondary education for children in the local community. Demand for places is high and the Admissions Authority of Pewsey Vale School applies criteria reflecting this to all applicants.

Please contact Vicky Phillips for information about new Year 7 and in-year admissions to the school

Initial interest and subsequent applications must be made directly to Wiltshire County Council Admissions Team but please do contact us directly for more information or if you wish to organise a school tour.

Please note that any admission request may be refused if it is detrimental to the ethos of the school.

Full details of our admissions policy are shown below along with a link to apply for a place at Pewsey Vale School via the Wiltshire County Council Admissions Team.

Wiltshire County Council Policies & Admissions
“I took four A levels and got an A in Law an A in History an A* in Sociology and an A* in English Language. I’m going to the University of Manchester to study Law. The teachers at Pewsey gave me confidence in myself and taking extra GCSE’s like Statistics and Media encouraged me to push myself academically. In addition, Pewsey for me broke the stereotype that school can’t be fun.”Jade Raisey
I am moving to Winchester, taking a gap year and studying Sports Science at Winchester University next year. Going to Pewsey allowed me to take a huge range of subjects and achieve high grades in all of them due to the hard work of the my teachers. Taking such diverse subjects allowed me to be better prepared when making a decision on what I wanted to do in higher educationEmma Mundy