Application forms for admission to Nursery in September 2022 are available at the bottom of this page.
We are delighted to host an Open Afternoon on 29th March 2022 at 3.30pm. Mr Lane, the headteacher, will lead a presentation informing you about our nursery and the admissions process. This will be held at 3.30pm in the school's Dining Hall. Your child is welcome to join us for the Open Afternoon. Our wonderful nursery staff will be able look after your child in our nursery during the presentation. After the presentation, you will then be able to see the wonderful nursery environment for yourself and meet the staff.
Th application forms for the 2022-2023 intake are available below for you to download and complete. A limited number of hard copies will be available from the school office.
The deadline for submitting the application form and supporting documentation is 10th May.
Please also visit our Nursery webpage to find our more about our fantastic provision.
The Governing Body intends to allocate up to sixty 15 hour places. Applications are welcome for consideration from families whose child reaches his/her 2nd birthday or 3rd birthday between 1st September 2021 and 31st August 2022.
There will be up to eight 15 hour places available for two year old children that qualify for Free Early Education and childcare for Two year olds (FEET) and up to fifty-two 15 hour places available for three and four year olds (FEE). For more information about FEET and FEE Funding and to find out if you are eligible, please visit: https://www.surreycc.gov.uk/people-and-community/families/childcare/paying
The 15 hour places will be offered in two options, each option offering a place over two and a half days (Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday morning or Wednesday afternoon, Thursday and Friday). Meals will be charged for. Parents will be able to request to be considered for a full time place and these may be offered if available but there will be a charge. Further details are available in the Admissions Policy and the appendix.
By the 10th May, applicants MUST complete the school’s Nursery Application Form and include all relevant paperwork specified in the Nursery Application Form and in the notes of proof of residence at the end of the Nursery Admissions Policy. The Nursery Application Form provides essential information needed for the Governors to accurately categorise each candidate. Please remember to:
Include proof of residence: current utility bill (within the last 6 months) AND a council tax bill (other options listed at the end of the Admissions Policy)
Include Copy of Birth Certificate
Include Confirmation of FEET Funding (where necessary)
Include Copy of baptism certificate (where necessary)
Include Certificate of Catholic Practice (where necessary)
Include Evidence of exceptional need (where necessary)
Include the +15 hours eligibility code (where necessary)
If applicants do not complete the above forms and return them together with all relevant required paperwork by 10th May the Governing Body will have to consider their application as a late application and it is unlikely that the candidate will be offered a place.
We strongly recommend that you complete the Nursery Application Form and deliver it to the school by hand with the relevant paperwork in good time. We have dedicated post box marked Admissions located outside the main entrance doors to the school office. Please place your application form and ALL SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS in an envelope and post it in the post box outside the office. We will then get in touch to confirm your paperwork is in order and you will receive a receipt as proof that you have made your application. If you choose to post your application, a receipt will be posted back to you. The school cannot accept any responsibility for applications or receipts that are lost in the post.
I draw your attention to the criteria set out in the Nursery Admission Policy to which the Governors will have strict regard when considering applications for admission. Please refer to the parish boundary maps and list of roads within the parishes for St. Michael’s and St. David’s, which are available below, to confirm if you reside in either of the two parishes. If you are in any doubt please contact the school. Children outside these parish boundaries will also be considered and both Catholic and non-Catholic candidates are encouraged to apply.
CERTIFICATE OF CATHOLIC PRACTICE
If you are a parishioner of St Michael’s Church or St David’s Church, Father Sidon will be available at the following times to certify the Certificate of Catholic Practice:
Please complete and bring along a Certificate of Catholic Practice with you (link to the document available below)
For those of you who attend Mass at parishes outside Ashford and Stanwell, you will need to contact your Parish Priest directly to arrange to have the Certificate of Catholic Practice completed.
Please read the letter to parents and the timetable below for further information.
The Admissions Policy and relevant documents are below