The School applies the regulations on admissions as fairly and equally as possible to all those who wish to attend this school. If the number of children applying for entry exceeds the places available, we enforce the procedure set out below in order to determine whether a child is accepted or not. It is our wish to allow parents the right to have a place at the school of their choice. However, this is not always possible, due to the limited spaces available at the school.
Our school does have criteria of admission, preference is given to families who have:
• Siblings at the school
• Date of application
• Live locally
• Ability to pay the fees
• Supportiveness of parents
• Attendance/punctuality at nursery
Step 1: Download an interest form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org, we will contact you in due course.
Step 2: If we have spaces available, we will email you an application form; this should be completed as soon as they are received to avoid disappointment. The school will notify parents about the school place as soon as all the applications have been considered.
We hope to be able to work with parents closely during our admissions process and expect parents to inform the school if their child has any special requirements that the school needs to be made aware of. Parents must work in collaboration with the staff if there is any additional support required and communicate effectively and as truthfully as possible in all situations. The school exercises the right to re-evaluate a child’s admission if it feels that it is not able to cater for that child’s needs. For example if a child has needs which are in excess of the staffs ability and training to provide a safe and secure environment for the child and others.
If we do not offer a child a place at this school, it is because there are limited spaces at the school. Parents are welcome to appeal the outcome of their child’s application to the Trustees/Directors. Class sizes will be a maximum number of 25 children.
Reviewed by Sharifa Khatun – Head Teacher.
The Muslim was likened to the Date Palm due to the abundance of it’s goodness, the continuity of it’s shade, the goodness of it’s fruit and it’s presence throughout the year. Just like the Date Palm Tree we want to cultivate children who can be fruitful wherever they are.
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