A map showing the ecclesiastical parish boundary can be viewed here
For children born between 1st September 2014 and 31st August 2015 applications to the Nursery for the academic year 2018/19 will be dealt with by schools.
Please contact the school and we will send out an application pack or alternatively, you may print your own copy from our website.
We have provision for up to 11 children who are three years old. We offer 15 hours per week. The sessions are available every morning, from 8.50am to 11.50am.
We have two intakes, September for children born between September and the end of February and January for children born between March and the end of August.
If you would like to take a tour of the school, please do not hesitate to telephone and make an appointment.
We are happy to receive applications between 8th January and 23rd February 2018.
Offer letters will be sent out on 20th March and the deadline for the school office to receive an acceptance letter is 28th March 2018,
In the event of the Nursery being oversubscribed we will allocate places in line with the following criteria:
Category 1 - All 'looked after' children or children who were previously 'looked after' but immediately after being 'looked after' became subject to an adoption, child arrangements or special guardianship order.
Category 2 - Children who have a sibling who is attending the school at the time of entry.
Category 3 - Children who at the time of application have their home address within the ecclesiastical parish of Ardeley (a map is available on the school website).
Category 4 - Children whose home address is outside the area as defined in Category 3 above, but where one or more of whose parents/guardians have, at the time of application, shown commitment to the Church of England or another Christian Church by attending a service at least once in each calendar month for the year prior to an application being made. Applicants in this category will need to ask their priest, minister or responsible official to complete the relevant section of SIF/Clergy Form.
The main Christian denominations are defined by membership of Churces Together in England or the Evangelical Alliance.
Category 5 - Children who have a sibling who has attended the school in the past.
Category 6 - Any other children.