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Admissions

If you would like your child to attend our school, please see full details of our admission arrangements below. 

Admission Arrangements 

All prospective parents are encouraged to visit the school whilst it is in session. In this way it is possible to appreciate the true nature of our school. All children begin in Reception in the Autumn term of the year that they have their fifth birthday. Entry dates are staggered carefully throughout the beginning of the Autumn term so that the children can be introduced and settled gradually.

 

If the school is oversubscribed, priority will be given to children fulfilling the following criteria in the order listed.

 

  1. Looked After Children and previously Looked After Children.
  2. Where there are professionally supported medical reasons or exceptional social reasons why a child should attend a particular school.
  3. Where applicants have a sibling in the school at the time of admission.
  4. Remaining places are offered on the basis of proximity to the school, measured in a straight line from the child’s home address to the main entrance of the school building, with those living closer to the school receiving higher priority.

 

For the admission of children during the school year, the same list of criteria applies if there are spaces in the desired year group. If there are no places available, parents can put their child’s names on a waiting list at the Borough’s Admissions Department.

 

 

 

Nursery 2018/2019 Applications

 

Applications for Nursery places for 2018/2019 will open on 1st October 2017 and will close on 15th January 2018. Applications will be dealt with directly by the school. A copy of our Nursery application form, application guide booklet, FEF and Nursery Policy is available below for you to download.

 

Any applications for the current Nursery school year (2017/2018) are still being dealt with by the Admissions Team at London Borough of Sutton. Please contact them directly on 020 8770 5000.

30 hour funded Nursery places come to High View for Sept 2017

 

1. What is 30 hours Free Childcare

This is a new entitlement for working parents of 3 and 4 year old children which will be introduced in September 2017. This is an additional 15 hours per week entitlement in addition to the child's existing 15 hours free early education place. This whole new entitlement of 30 hours free childcare is offered term time only (over 38 weeks).

 

2. Who is eligible for 30 hours Free Childcare

  • All parents in the household work at least 16 hours a week and earn at least £107 per week up to a maximum salary of £100,000 per parent in the household.
  • Self employed parents and parents on zero-hours contracts will be eligible if they meet the average earnings criteria.
  • 1 parent is employed and 1 parent is disabled or incapacitated , based on the receipt of specific benefits 1 parent is employed and 1 parent has substantial caring responsibilities, based on specific benefits received for caring.
  • Both parents are employed but 1 or both parents are temporarily away from the workplace on parental, maternity, paternity or adoption leave.
  • Both parents are employed but 1 or both parents are temporarily away from the workplace on statutory sick pay.
  • For up to date information on eligibility please visit www.gov.uk

 

From September 2017, High View will be offering 30 hour funding

  • The hours will be 8:30 - 11:30am and 12:30 - 3:30pm with an optional £6 charge per day for lunch payable in advance for those wishing to stay for lunch between 11:30am and 12:30pm.
  • A packed lunch will need to be provided by parents.
  • Milk will be provided.
  • Fruit will be provided.
  • Children will receive the same level of teaching and care as 15 hours.
  • Nursery children can attend breakfast and after school club - fees apply the same as the rest of the school.

 

How parents apply for a 30 hour code

Parents should be directed to visit the Childcare Choices website

www.childcarechoices.gov.uk and to apply through the online Childcare Service.

 

If any parent has any issues with obtaining their eligibility code or confirming eligibility for the

30 hours free childcare, parents must contact the HMRC helpline available on the webpage

when applying.

 

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