We are delighted that you are considering Mildmay Infant and Nursery School as the first school on your child's educational journey.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our website which gives you an overview of everyday life at Mildmay Infant and Nursery school.
The children take an active part in providing exciting work and pictures to show our online visitors our thematic and cross curricular learning. We invite you to take a look at our class pages were you can see many examples of displays and projects which link to class and year group topics. We believe in making learning relevant to real life and our Life Skills encourage our children to be resilient, reflective, build relationships, be resourceful and be risk takers. The children have written their own Friendship Charter based on the UNICEF Rights and Respecting philosophy. This promotes respect and the children’s ownership of their own behaviour.
If you are looking specifically for a Nursery place for your child you will find all the information on our Bees Class and our Nursery section. Parents of deaf children can find out about our inclusive approach on the Honey Pot Class and the area titled Resource Base for Hearing Impaired.
We will be launching our prospective parents web page shortly, this will take the place of in person tours.
If your child is due to start school and already has an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP), the process of selecting a school is linked to your child’s statement or EHCP. A consultation with the Statutory Assessment Service, schools and parents will take place and a school will be named in the statement or EHCP. You should not make an application for a primary school place.
If your child is in the process of being considered for an EHCP you should still make an application through the reception admission round process. However, please email email@example.com to inform them your child is going through this process.
Applications for School Places Outside the Normal Admissions Round (Mid-year Admissions)
Please note that there is a variation to our determined Admission Policy for 2021-22 from 1 April 2022.
From 1 April 2022 any mid-year applications must be made directly to the school. if there are any spaces in the year group an offer will be made.
All mid-year applications should be made directly to the school, using the mid-year application form available below, or via the school office.
Mid-Year applications (sometimes called in-year applications) are any application for a school place made to a year group, apart from September admissions to Reception (primary and infant schools)/Year 3 (Junior Schools).
For applications into existing year groups, a place will be offered when the number of pupils in the relevant year group is below the admission number for that year group.
Please note: If a mid-year application is received during a school holiday period, we will respond as soon as possible when the school reopens.
Admissions Arrangements 2021-2022
Please see our Admissions Policy below for further details: