The school oversees all admission arrangements for our governor led school nursery. Our nursery admission limit is set at 26 children per session. This means that we can admit more than 26 children across different patterns of attendance. Admission forms can be obtained from the school office. If you are thinking about applying for a nursery place for January 2019 or September 2019, you can make an appointment to visit the nursery. Our acting head teacher, Mrs Ferguson will show families around nursery during the school day.
School Admissions 2019
The current admission limit set for Reception intake, September 2019, is 42 children. The local authority oversee all admission arrangements for our school including admission arrangements for children with SEN or disabilities.
If you are thinking about applying for a school place for September 2019, you can make an appointment to visit the school. Our acting head teacher, Mrs Ferguson will show families around school during the school day. We think that our best asset is the children and we want you to visit us when they are learning.
Our visit days will be confirmed in September 2018 – please ring the school office to book onto one of our school tours. We try to limit these numbers to 5 families so that you feel more comfortable when asking questions in a smaller group.
For admission to Reception in September 2019 you must apply online. Applications close at midnight on 14 January 2019. Please visit the Durham County Council Website for more information or call the Admissions Team on 03000 265 896. Once we receive the information from the Admissions Department, we will contact you to invite you to our New Parents Evening, several visit days and also the opportunity for you and your child to stay for a school lunch. We will also send out a starter pack for you to complete and return to school.
To appeal against an admission decision visit: School admissions-appeals.
If you would like to discuss your SEND requirements in detail please contact the school to arrange an appointment.