New Families joining the school

“Leaders are highly ambitious. Although the school is highly impressive, leaders are always
looking at ways to improve their approach to what and how the children will learn” OFSTED REPORT JAN 2020

aFTER MAY 17TH WE WILL BE OPEN TO VISITS FOR NEW FAMILIES 

In person tours are available on Saturday 22nd May at 10am & 11am. With a show round the school and an introduction to our Nursery.

We are taking bookings for up to 6 families to attend each session

Open Evenings are Tuesday 25th May at either 5pm or  6pm (not for children) and Thursday 27th May 5pm or 6pm (not for children) for up to 6 people to attend at a time

Please call the office team on 02083902555 to reserve your place.

We are also open for a visit on Saturday 3rd July 2021 at 10am & 11am 

 

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Prospective parents for September 2021 

Welcome to Surbiton Children’s Centre Nursery school 2021-new parents

Visits will be available after May 17th -details and dates will be advertised on this page

Please download an application form from our admissions page and we will be hoping to arrange some visits to the school once government guidance allows us to do so.

Closing date  for applications is March 5th 2021 

We will be letting families know the outcome after Easter holidays

We can offer 15 and 30 hours for children aged 3-4 and 15 hours for children aged 2 who meet the eligibility criteria or some paid places for children aged 2

We do not deal with applications for Green class the Resource Provision as these are all allocated by a panel with the Local authority.

Please contact the office on 020 8390 2555 or email office@sccn.rbksch.org with your enquiries

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Letter to new parents (1)

Due to the situation with COVID-19, we are unfortunately unable to hold our usual  “Stay and Play Day” or do home visits at this time. Instead, prior to your child starting, the class teachers and team will host a “play and chat” session in  our school garden. This will provide an opportunity for the teacher/key person  to introduce themselves to the children and for parents to ask questions. 

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