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Admissions for entry into Nursery

 

Our school business manager makes all offers of nursery places on behalf of the school Head teacher and Governors.  If you wish your child to start at our Nursery you should complete an admissions form and return to the school office as soon as possible.  Children are allocated according to availability after a child's third birthday.  The selection process follows a line of procedure:

 

Priority 1

a: Children in public care or fostered under an arrangement made by the local authority.

 

b: Pupils without a statement but who have Special Educational Needs, or with exceptional medical or mobility needs, that can only be met at a specific school.

 

Priority 2

Children with older brothers or sisters who will be at school at the start of the academic year and are living at the same address. This priority will not apply where the older sibling joined the sixth form from a different school.

 

Priority 3

We will give priority to parents who put their nearest school. If we have more applications than there are places, we will offer places first to children living nearest to the school (measured in a straight line).

 

Priority 4

We will give priority to parents who choose a Leeds school, which is not the one

nearest to their home address.

 

If we have more applications than there are places, we will offer places first to

children living nearest to the school (measured in a straight line).

 

 

If you have recently moved into the area and wish your child to attend our nursery, admissions will be made based on availability.

You can download a nursery admission form by clicking on the link below:

 

 

Admissions for entry into Reception

September admissions into Reception are organised wholly by the admissions team at Leeds City Council.  The school does not have any control over these decisions.

 

If your child is due to start Reception in September, you will receive a letter from the admissions team in October or November.  On this form you will be able to list your preferred choices of schools.

 

Middleton St Mary's does not have any bearing over the decisions made.

 

Please click on the link below for further information.

General Admissions

Admissions at all other times into any year group will be dealt with by the school office and decisions will be made based on availability.

 

At whatever stage your child starts school with us we will ensure they settle in as quickly and happily as possible.  Before your child starts with us, you will be invited in to have a meeting with the Headteacher, meet your new teacher and classroom, have a tour around the premises and receive all the relevant information you will require.   We will aim to make this as smooth a transition as possible for you and your child.

You can download a copy of the transfer form by clicking the link below: