If you would like your child to attend our school, please see full details of our admission arrangements below.
Should you wish your child to come to our Nursery, please contact Mrs Brewer at the office.
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For Community Schools the Local Authority is the admission authority and the policy for First Admission to Infant Community schools is as follows:
First admission to primary, first and infant schools
Can my child start school earlier?
Your child cannot start earlier than the policy allows.
Can my child start school later?
All children are in the charge of a fully qualified class teacher who has the responsibility for their wellbeing and educational progress. Classes are organised as far as possible to accommodate children of the same National Curriculum year group. Children work according to their ability. We also try to provide a high level of classroom support assistance, dependent on available resources.
Class lists are made before the parents meeting in the Summer Term but are not binding as some adjustments have to be made if there has been an unexpected influx of pupils during the holidays, and to accommodate any changes of staff numbers.
Our current intake level is set at 60 per year group. If there are more children registered than places available then parents are referred to the Education Authority Admissions Officer at County Hall. Children arriving in the area or requesting a transfer are admitted if numbers permit, otherwise they are informed of the Appeals Procedure and referred to the Admissions Officer as above.
Entry to the school
Once a place has been allocated to you via Norfolk County Council, you will receive a date to attend a meeting with the Foundation Stage team. This is when you can look around the school, meet your child’s teacher and fill out the necessary paperwork.
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