Nursery – children born between 1st September 2018 and 31st August 2019
The nursery provides 52 places (26-morning places & 26-afternoon places). Children requiring a nursery place may be offered a place between their third and fourth birthdays. Where there are more requests than places available, the school uses the selection criteria drawn up by The London Borough of Ealing
We also offer places to nursery children, where there are spaces, to children, the term after they become 3 years old.
Places are allocated by the school. Where there are more applications than places we will use the same guidance the Local Authority uses when allocation school places.
To apply for a nursery place, parents are asked to collect an application form for Dormers Wells from the office, complete and return it with the child’s birth certificate or passport and proof of address. Once the application form has been possessed by the office you will be contacted with a start date.
Starting school in 2022
Reception – children born between 1st September 2017 and 31st August 2018
The school admits 30 children to each of our reception classes (90 in total). Please note that children currently in our nursery must to apply for a reception place directly to the Local Authority. There is no automatic right of admission from Nursery to the main primary school. Places will be offered according to the strict application of the Local Authorities admissions criteria.
Children are admitted to the reception classes at the beginning of the Autumn Term.
If we are oversubscribed (our maximum intake is 90 places), the London Borough of Ealing Admissions Section will allocate places using the following criteria. These are listed in priority order:
Before making your application:
Submitting a late application greatly reduces your chance of getting a place at our school.
If you do not live in the London Borough of Ealing, you must apply through your own council.
The school admissions team can assist you with any inquiries you may have in relation to school admissions on 020 85711230 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org If parents are finding completing the on-line application form difficult, the office will make an appointment for someone to help them.