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Admission to Borrow Wood from Reception to Year 6

Borrow Wood Primary School adheres to Derby City Council's admission arrangements.

 

Children are admitted into the Foundation Stage 2 (Reception) classes through one intake in September. Parents’ meetings and transition visits are arranged in the summer term before the children start school. The standard pupil admission number is 60 per year.  Parents who require a place at Borrow Wood Primary School can request a common application form from either the school or the Local Authority in October and the completed form must be returned to:

 

School Admissions, The Council House, Corporation Street, Derby, DE1 2FS. The application form is also available online at www.derby.gov.uk/onlineadmissions.

 

Outside the normal application dates, enquiries for places are dealt with by the Local Authority. Our Admissions Policy is based on that stated in the Local Authority Booklet which is published each year and is available below. For further information, Tel: 01332 642729.

 

Further information can be obtained from the Derby City Council website.  Click here.

 

Admission to nursery

Education for Foundation Stage 1 (nursery) children is provided on a flexible basis with 26 places in the morning and 26 places in the afternoon. We have the following options available for children when they reach three years old:

 

  • Five mornings (8.45am to 11.45am)
  • Five afternoons (12.30pm to 3.30pm)
  • 15 hours over two and a half days at the beginning of the week - Monday and Tuesday all day and Wednesday morning
  • 15 hours over two and a half days at the end of the week - Wednesday afternoon and all day Thursday and Friday
  • 30 hours provision is also available

We will admit children as soon as they are three years old.

 

WE CURRENTLY HAVE NURSERY PLACES AVAILABLE. Please contact the school office for further information.

 

Children’s names may be placed on the Foundation Stage 1 Admissions List at eighteen months old. The school will then contact parents when a place is available for their child. Parents are then invited to a Foundation Stage 1 Welcome Meeting where they are offered a visit and a start date as well as information on their transition into the class.

 

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