How to apply for a Nursery Place
At Oakdene Primary School we organise our own Nursery Admissions. From the age of 3 children are eligible for 15 hours per week in our school Nursery. These 15 hours can be taken for 5 mornings per week from 8.45 to 11.45am or 5 afternoons per week from 12.30 to 3.30pm. We have a Nursery Waiting List, so you can apply for a nursery place at any time from the birth of your child.
Nursery application forms are available from the Oakdene Primary School office or electronically from below (please return form to school office or email it to email@example.com
If you would like further information or help with your application, please contact the Nursery teacher: Mrs Guest on 01642 560768.
Mrs Guest (Nursery Teacher) will contact parents/carers when a place is available in order to initiate transition and induction procedures. The current nursery capacity is for 39 children and children attend for a half a day, usually mornings or afternoons.
How to apply for a full time school place
Oakdene Primary School is a community maintained school. Stockton Borough Council handles all of our school admissions beyond Nursery. You can contact the School Admissions Service on 01642 526605
Or you can apply on line at www.stockton.gov.uk/schooladmissions
On this site you will find a comprehensive document detailing all of the latest school admissions guidance.
This includes the ‘over-subscription criteria’ -how we offer places if there are more applicants than places.
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