At Warren Primary Academy, we are passionate about our next group of life-long learners. From when they arrive to when they leave school, we encourage our pupils to become independent, creative, responsible and confident young people. 

Our school leaders ensure that all pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), have access to and benefit from our rich and varied curriculum. All our pupils are encouraged to participate through verbal and non-verbal means. This engenders an inclusive environment wherein everyone can participate and achieve. The result of our efforts for inclusion is a school culture underlined by reflective and resilient learning.

We always strive to work collectively with parents and our wider community to ensure our pupils are nurtured and safeguarded towards their first steps in becoming thoughtful, active members of society. By allowing pupils to thrive, regardless of social, financial or academic advantage, we emphasise the nurturing of an early love for learning, curiosity and imaginative thinking. Warren Primary Academy takes pride in the mutual support and relationships we continue to build with both parent and local community bodies.

In December 2022, we were awarded a ‘Good’ Ofsted rating. This speaks to the determination and application evident throughout our school. With our next intake of pupils, we will strive to maintain this momentum and continue to cultivate an exceptional learning space for young people.

Get in touch

To arrange a visit for you and your child, please give us a call on:  0115 915 3760 

Or get in touch via email: [email protected] 

We look forward to introducing you to Kellie Salam, our Head of School, and showing you what Warren Primary Academy has to offer you and your family.


The closing date to admit pupils for September 2024 is 15 January 2024

If you reside with the Nottingham City area, you can find more information on the admission process on the Nottingham City Council website here.

If you reside within the Nottinghamshire County area, you can find more information on the admissions process on the Nottinghamshire County Council website here.

If you are unsure of which website to use to apply for your child’s school place, please contact the school office, who will be more than happy to help you with this process.