Clifton Primary has two nursery sessions.
The morning session is between 8.45am to 11.45am and the afternoon session is between 12.45pm to 3.45pm.
Both classes have a maximum of 26 spaces each.
If spaces are available, we are able to admit children in the term after their third birthday. Clifton Nursery is able to offer children 15 hours per week, term time only. Parents will be allocated five mornings or five afternoons per week with each session lasting 3 hours.
If you would like to put your child's name down for a place at our nursery, please ask for a nursery waiting list form from the office. Once you have completed it, return it to the school office and your child' will be put on our waiting list.
If applications exceed the number of available places, the school will apply the following criteria in making allocations in the following order;
Priority will be given to:
And then to:
Please also note the following:
It should be noted that a place in Clifton Nursery does not automatically guarantee a place in Reception at Clifton Primary School. You still need to apply for a Reception place.
Reception and In Year Admissions
All Reception and In Year Admissions are coordinated by the London borough of Ealing
Advice to Parents
All preferences are treated equally and the Local Authority will offer the highest preference that is able to be offered. Therefore parents should rank the schools in order of their preference.
It is advisable to use all the preferences (6) and make one of the preferences the priority area school.
If the Local Authority is unable to offer any of the preferences the parents will be offered a place at a school which has a vacancy at the end of the process. Therefore it is important that they make realistic preferences and make their nearest school one of those preferences.
Changes to the admissions criteria for Community Schools
Following consultation the Community Schools admission arrangements have changed for admission in 2016. The priority areas and the criterion for exceptional medical/social circumstances have been removed.
The admission criteria for Community Primary Schools will be as follows:
The advantages of applying online are:
For more information regarding school admissions, please visit the Ealing Admissions website via the link below or click on the internal link to view our School Admission Policy.