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Admission Arrangements

Applications for places at our school are managed by Nottinghamshire County Council; the school does not deal with places directly. Please visit the Local Authority website to view the Admissions Policy and to apply for a school place. Paper copies of application forms can be obtained by telephoning the Admissions Department on 0300 500 8080 or emailing 


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First Admissions

If your child will be 5 years old between 1st September 2020 and 31st August 2021, you will need to apply for their school place by 15th January 2020. Places are currently available for children in and out of catchment.


Tours of the school with Mrs MacDonald, our Head, for prospective parents are available on the following dates and times:

Tuesday 8th October at 10am

Thursday 17th October at 10am 

Wednesday 6th November at 1pm

Wednesday 13th November at 10am

Monday 18th November at 1pm

Wednesday 27th November at 10am

Wednesday 4th December at 10am

Thursday 5th December at 1pm

Tuesday 10th December at 10am

Thursday 12th December at 10am

Each tour will last approximately an hour and are parent focused with the opportunity for you to ask questions.

As we limit the number of people on each tour please contact the office by email or telephone 0115 9149779 to book your place.



We provide a gradual induction programme for our new Foundation Stage children and their parents. Induction packs provide information about what happens in school and includes a number of forms for parents to complete and sign. New children start school after the summer holidays - part time to begin with but building to full-time very quickly.


New children settle very quickly at our school; we encourage independence from the start but are also mindful that some need a little more time to get used to routines.


Those children, who join us part way through the year, may start school on an agreed date which is negotiated with the school.


We currently have an admission limit of 45 children per year group, with 7 year groups this gives a maximum number on roll of 315 children.