Sheddingdean Community Primary School

Sheddingdean Community Primary School

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Ofsted 2011: "Parents and carers are very supportive of the school and one parent's comments sums up the views of others"
"The children are known as individuals and their educational needs are quickly identified and catered for."
"We view education as a partnership between home and school, a continuous process. We aim to involve parents/carers closely throughout the child's whole time at school."

Notices:

Admission to School

Arrangements for admission in Reception Class are made by the Local Authority (Admissions, County Hall North, Chart Way Horsham, West Sussex. Telephone: 0845 075 1007, Fax: 01403 240158, Email: admissions.north@westsussex.gov.uk

http://www.westsussex.gov.uk/learning/schools_ages_4-16/applying_for_a_school_place.aspx

This information is obtained from a medical database. Children are admitted to school at the beginning of the academic year in which their fifth birthday occurs.

The school has been oversubscribed in recent years and there are no spaces in some classes. Precedence is normally given to children living within the school's designated area and then to siblings and others living outside this area.

During the term prior to admission, children are invited to spend some time in school with their teacher. During these visits, general information about the school is made available to parents who are able to observe the school in session and discuss our approach to the teaching of reading and writing and other aspects of early education.

Parents seeking admission for a child to the school at ages between four and eleven should contact the local authority ‘Admissions Team’ at County Hall North (contact details above as per admission to Reception class) to discuss the availability of space and arrangements for joining the school.