Primary admissions to our school are managed through the Hertfordshire Admissions Team, following the Fair Access Protocol.
Nursery Admissions for September 2021
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Longmeadow are very proud to support the early education of children.
We have one intake in September.
Please note that we run separate morning and afternoon sessions on a full-time basis (i.e. attending for half the day, all week). Your child will be allocated to either morning or afternoon if your application is successful - We do not currently offer part-time places.
We are also really excited to begin offering full-day places to parents in receipt of the government's new 30 hours funding!
Nursery admissions are managed by the school. Places are in high demand for our Nursery setting.
Please take a look at our oversubscription criteria, which will give you an understanding of how we select pupils who apply and how we offer places if there are more applicants than places.
1st October 2020 - Applications open
Get in touch if you have any questions or queries.
30th April 2021 - Applications to the school close at 5.00pm
Applications received after the closing date are welcome but will be considered as late.
From October 2019 Stevenage schools will be allocated on a first come first serve basis for entry into the nursery class
May 2021 - Offers & information letters will be emailed/posted out to parents for our new Nursery starters.
If you are looking for a nursery place before September 2021, please contact our attendance officer, Angela Watts, on 01438 351087 or email@example.com to find out if we have any places.
If your child starts school with us you will receive a FREE welcome pack which includes; A logo t-shirt, jumper and book bag.
Please click here to view our Early Years Prospectus
We also offer 35 hour and 20 hour childcare for 3 and 4 year olds. This is because we give you 1 hour free childcare per day! So if you apply for 15 hours, we'll give you 20 hours and if you apply for 30 hours then we'll give you 35 hours!
The difference now is that some families will be entitled to additional Government funding for the 30 hours. If you are not entitled to the funding, you can still choose to pay for more hours than the 15 free hours you are currently entitled to.
A 30 hours free childcare checklist has been developed for parents which cover some frequently asked questions, deadlines and when they can access the entitlement.
There are criteria you have to meet in order to claim the funded place.