If you are interested in sending your child to Eastway Primary School, or would like to find out more about our learning environment or the wonderful provision on offer, please call us on 0151 677 1235 to arrange a personal tour with Mrs Morris, our Headteacher or for more information on how to apply.

For our 2 Year Old and Nursery admissions please contact the school to check availability.

We accepted 15 hour funding for 2 year olds and 30 hour funding for 3/4 Year olds. We also offer paid for sessions and top up sessions for funded places.

For admissions from Reception to Year 6 please see the links below. As a Wirral Local Authority School, our admissions are not managed by the school directly. 


Eastway Primary serves the Eastway community and surrounding area.

The school admission number is 30 in our Key Stage One classes and 32 in Key Stage Two.

Eastway Governors manage the admissions for our Early Years Places, 2 and 3/4 Year Olds. Applications for a place can be submitted on the Expression Of Interest Forms below. 

We have 32 two year old places- 16 am session and 16 pm session. Children are admitted to our 2 Year Old Room- Eastway Explorers- the term after their second birthday if places are available.

We have 52 Nursery places- 26 am sessions and 26 pm sessions. Children are admitted to Nursery Class the term after their third birthday if places are available.

Both Explorer and Nursery sessions are from 8.45am-11.45 am for our morning children and 12.15- 15.15pm for our afternoon children.  We also offer extended hours at the beginning or end of the school day. If you would like any more information about either 2 year old funding or 30 hour funding please speak to the school office.

All pupils must be registered with the name that appears on their birth certificate. If there are more applicants than places available, the Governing Body will operate the admissions criteria set down by the Local Authority.

Children are admitted in to our Reception Class at the beginning of the school year in which they will be five. Places are not offered by the school and applications must completed and returned to the Local Authority. Details below. 




Pupils are admitted to the Local Authority SEN resource bases as a result of the EHCP process operated by the Local Authority. This procedure reflects the requirements of the ‘Code of Practice’ for Special Educational Needs pupils. Eastway does not offer places in the bases and being a mainstream pupil at Eastway does not give your child access to Resource Base provision. For further information on SEN Resource Base Provision, please contact your EHCP coordinator.