Nursery Admission Policy

Barlby Community Primary School Admissions Policy F1

Admissions policy for Community and Voluntary Controlled Nursery School, Nursery Classes and Pre-reception classes.

Order of Priority

Notes

First Priority

Children with a statement of special educational needs naming the school concerned.

 

 

Second Priority

Children who are recommended by the Director of Children and Young People’s Service, including children in the care of a local authority, or by the appropriate designated medical officer.

 

Note: we will only consider applications in this category if they are supported by a recommendation from a doctor, social worker or other appropriate professional which says that it is essential for the child to go to the preferred school and no other.

Third Priority

Children from homes with poor housing conditions or overcrowding, or from a background  which could affect the child’s normal development.

 

Note: this should be supported by the recommendation of a doctor, social worker or other professional

Fourth Priority

Children within the normal area of the school, giving priority to those whose home is nearer first.

 

 

Fifth Priority

Children from outside the school’s normal area, giving priority to those whose home is nearest to school first

 

 

 

 

 Barlby CP School Nursery

  •          Our Nursery has a maximum capacity of 26 places per session.
  •          Choices must be based on the interests of the child.
  •          Choices of funded sessions are to be agreed at the beginning of each academic year and to remain in place other than in extreme circumstance at school’s discretion.
  •          Choices of additional sessions are to be agreed at the beginning of each term, and to remain in place for that term (other than in extreme circumstance at school’s discretion)
  •          Additional sessions are only agreed for one term only.
  •          In order to maintain quality provision the school reserves the right to preserve a balance of intake in terms number etc, this may at times result in parents not receiving all of their preferred choices of session.