Nursery Admissons Nursery admits children as soon as possible after their third birthday. Places offered may be morning or afternoon – we will try to accommodate parent’s wishes but cannot guarantee to give parents their first preference. If you wish to speak to someone about a place for your child - please contact the School Office on 01642 595353. You can also find out more information about our Nursery on the nursery page. School Admissions Children start full-time primary school in the academic year in which they turn five years of age. The first class they will attend is called the reception class. The following years classes are called Year 1 through to Year 6. For more information on admission arrangements please follow the link below to the guide produced by Middlesbrough Council. It aims to help you if your child is starting school for the first time, moving from primary to secondary education, transferring from one school to another or if you are new to the area. It describes admission arrangements for our primary and secondary schools. The guide contains general information on education in Middlesbrough and lists each of the schools in the Local Authority (LA), together with admission arrangements, including the type of school, the total number of pupils in the school, and the maximum number of places normally available in each school year. You are entitled to express a preference as to which primary school you want your child to attend. Details of how to do this are given in the booklet. If you wish to speak to someone about a place for your child - please contact the School Office on 01642 595353 Middlesbrough Council
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