FIRST ADMISSION TO INFANT/PRIMARY SCHOOLS CRITERIA
Middleton Primary & Nursery School ‘Primary’ places are offered by Nottingham City Council Admissions Department in line with their admissions criteria:-
The following information has been taken from the Nottingham City Council Admissions Criteria.
Further information is available at:-
or by contacting School Admissions on 0115 8415568
- We will first offer places to pupils looked after by the local authority or a child who was previously looked after but immediately after being looked after became subject to an adoption, residence, or special guardianship.
- We will then offer places to chidlren who, at the closing date for applications, live within the catchment area, whose parents have asked for a place at the school and who, at the time they start school, will have a brother or sister who goes to the school.
- We will then offer places to other pupils who, on the closing date for applications, live within the catchment area and whose parents have asked for a place at the school.
- We will then offer places to children who live outside the catchment area, whose parents have asked for a place at the school and who, at the time they start school, will have a brother or sister who goes to the school.
- We will then offer places to children who go to the nursery of the school at the closing date for applications and whose parents have asked for a place at that school.
- We will then offer places to other pupils who live outside the catchment area whose parents have asked for a place at the school.
We may decide to override numbers 2 to 6 of the above cirteria and give priority to a child who:-
- has special educational needs that can only be met at a specific school.
- has medical, mobility or social needs that can only be met as a specific school.
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Admissions to Middleton Nursery
Places for Middleton Nursery are allocated against the following criteria in the order below:-
- Children who are looked after by Nottingham City Council.
- Children who live within the catchment area after their third birthday.
- Children who live outside the catchment area after their third birthday.
All places are dependent on availability of morning or afternoon places in Nursery. Middleton Nursery capacity is 52 children in the morning and 52 children in the afternoon. Nursery sessions are 3 hours long, morning sessions are from 8.35am to 11.35am and afternoon sessions are from 12.35pm to 3.35pm.
What we’ve been up to…
Well done to all of our cross country runners who competed in a 1.5km race at Wollaton Park this week. Despite the muddy and wet conditions, the children performed excellently! Our boys’ team came in first place and all left with a gold medal! Huge congratulations go to Oliver Jakubiak who finished first overall and to George Sinski who finished second. What a fantastic achievement!
Our annual Middleton’s Talent Show took place on the last day of the last term of 2018.
The show is open to all the children and is designed to showcase all type of talents.
It may be that the children attend dance classes out of school, learn to play an instrument in their own time, just enjoy singing in the shower or even like to tell “Knock Knock” jokes.
This special event gives these children the opportunity to bring their talents into school and present them to the rest of their fellow pupils.
The 2018 show was full of talented pupils who showcased acrobatics, magic tricks, football skills, musical prowess.
Just before the new academic year began, we were successfully re-accredited with the International Schools Award for a further three years until 2021. This is a fantastic accolade for the school and recognition of how celebrating diversity and links with the wider world are fundamental to Middleton’s ethos. Our school was invited to attend the national award ceremony in London. The event took place in the Houses of Parliament and included a speech from Damian Hinds MP, the Secretary of State for Education, who extolled the virtues of schools such as Middleton for the work they do in encouraging children to have a global perspective.