Admissions

At Warkworth Church of England (Aided) Primary school we have provision for pupils aged from two to eleven. In the Early Years, we have a 2's  Room for two-year olds which runs from 12.30 - 3pm each afternoon and a child can be considered for a place following their second birthday.

There is also an Early Years Unit which has places for children aged from 3- 5 years of age. The Nursery runs from 8.50 am until 12.00 and from 12.30 - 3pm and can be accessed on a part time or a full-time basis. Children can apply to come into the EYFS class the term after their third birthday.

The Governing Body of Warkworth Church of England (Aided) Primary School is the Admissions Authority for the school. Warkworth school may admit up to 20 pupils to the Reception year group in 2017/18. This arrangement follows consultation between the governing body, the LA, all other schools in the area and all other Admission Authorities in the area.

If you would like your child to attend our school, please contact the school office and Mrs Gibson for an application form or to arrange a visit with Mrs Ritson (Headteacher).

Please find a range of policies and forms attached below:

Northumberland County Council Admissions

Pupil Entitlement to a School Place

In Year Admissions

 

EYFS Entitlements

All three and four-year-olds are entitled to free high-quality early education, starting in the term after a child's third birthday until compulsory school age.

The current free entitlement is 15 hours a week (570 hours a year) for 38 weeks of the year. Starting September 2017, eligible families will be able to claim an additional 15 hours free childcare per week, taking their entitlement to 30 hours free childcare a week for 38 weeks of the year (1140 hours a year).

Parents/carers of two-year-olds who meet a range of criteria are entitled to the same amount of free high-quality early years education or childcare, from the term after a child's second birthday until the end of the term in which they are three.

To find out more please access the document below:

Information for Parents and their Entitlements

or call 

0800 023 440 for free advice.