Deciding which is the right school to apply to for your child’s education is very important. We are a school right in the centre of Jennett’s Park housing development.
As a Voluntary Aided school, all admissions into our nursery classes are made by the governing body against clear admissions criteria.
From September 2021 we will offer three types of sessions for children who are aged 3 and 4 :
- 5 Mornings 8:45 am – 11:45 am (15 hours per week)
- 5 Afternoons 12:15 pm – 3:15 pm (15 hours per week)
- 5 Full days 8:45 am – 3:15 pm (30 hours per week)
We will provide 15 hours free childcare for children aged 3 and 4. To check your eligibility for 30 hours funding for free childcare (15 funded hours plus 15 extended hours) – click Childcare choices for more information.
If you are not eligible for extended hours funding but wish to pay for the additional 15 hours, you may do so.
Admission to nursery does not guarantee a place at our school and parents must apply via Bracknell Forest Borough Council for a school place.
Nursery Application Form September 2021 – please contact the school office
Timetable for Applications
|If your child is born on or between||Applications to be made to the school by||They are eligible for a free part-time
place in the term following their third
|1 April and 31st August 2018||27th March 2021||Autumn Term (September) 2021|
|1 September and 31 December 2018||26th June 2021||Spring Term (January) 2022|
|1 January and 31 March 2019||27 November 2021||Summer Term (April) 2022|
The above table indicates the time scales for parents making applications to schools for a part-time place in the term following
their third birthday.
We arrange regular tours of our Nursery with our Early Years Leader Miss Allen. Please contact the school office to book your place or to receive an application form.
Our Nursery is very popular and is over-subscribed with a waiting list in place that is updated regularly. Whilst we try to meet parental preferences regarding morning or afternoon sessions, we cannot guarantee these. Where there is over-subscription, we give priority according to our published criteria in our Nursery Admissions Policy.
Applications received after the closing date will be considered as late applications and discussed at the next timetabled Governors Admissions Committee, which usually take place in September, January, May and June.
Please note that there is no established appeals process for the Nursery class, and numbers are strictly limited due to Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Welfare Requirements.