You apply for a nursery place by contacting the school. All three year olds and some two year olds are entitled to 15 free hours of nursery. Please contact the school office on 0114 250 2760 to apply for a place in nursery for your child. In addition to the 15 free hours we can offer paid hours between the hours of 8.30 and 3.15 to suit your childcare needs.
From September 2017, the government launched the ’30 hours free childcare’ scheme.The official name is EFE ‘Extended Free Entitlement’ which is 30 hours free childcare.
The aim is to:
Target and support working parents.
Eligibility – both parents or lone parent working
Earning at least the equivalent of 16 hours pay at minimum wage/ living wage per week
Upper limit of £100,000 per family
Allowances made for statutory sick leave/ maternity leave etc
At Norfolk we plan to initially offer six places per term for eligible parents. For more details please visit the website below:
All 4 year-old children can start in reception class in the September after their 4th birthday. You must apply for these places with the local education authority the year before your child is due to start school. The school has an admissions limit of 60 children in each year group. To apply for a place in our reception class for your child you must complete an online application form for the local education authority. It is really important to do this even if your child is already attending our nursery. Attending the nursery does not guarantee children a place in our reception class.
Use this link to the local authority website to apply for a reception place for your child.
Applications for academic year 2018-19 start in September 2017 and the deadline for your application to be considered is 15th January 2018. You MUST complete an application form by this date to have the best chance of getting your first choice of school.
New to the area?
If you have just moved into the area and would like your child to go to Norfolk Community Primary School you need to notify the local education authority that you are looking for a school place. They will check what places are available, and help you to complete the paperwork. Use this link to the local authority website to contact the primary admissions team.
We know that choosing a school for your child can be daunting when you are new to the area. We encourage you to visit us before making your choice. If you would like to look round school to help you make up your mind before completing an application form, please contact the school office. The number is 0114 250 2760. Once you have heard from the Primary admissions team that your application has been successful we will contact you and arrange for a visit and induction meeting before your child is given a start date.