Unfortunately, at the moment we are not permitted to hold our normal Open Day events or individual visits. Please have a look at the presentation by our headteacher, Mrs Lewis. the virtual tour of the school and the introduction to our reception presentation. A video of comments from our Owl Council will be added after the half term break.
If you have any questions please contact the school office on 01242 671003 or via firstname.lastname@example.org
Information from Gloucestershire County Council
At the start of the year in which your child is due to start school Gloucestershire County Council will send you a letter asking you to state, in order of preference, the school/s you would like your child to attend. It is Gloucestershire County Council who allocate places, not the school. If a parent does not get the school of their choice they have the right to appeal to Gloucestershire County Council.
Like most schools we keep a register of children whose parents are interested in them taking up a place at our school. Putting your child’s name on the register does not guarantee you a place at our school; it is merely an indication to ourselves about possible demand for places. Please complete a Pre Admission form if you would like us to add you to this register. We have 60 reception places available here at Grangefield.
Please note that attendance at Little Hoots Pre-School does not have any bearing on places offered at the school.
If you could like to enquire about a place for a child in-year please complete the form below and return to the school.
Further information about the admission arrangements from Gloucestershire County Council can be found here on their website.
Once you have been offered and accepted a reception place for your child the school will arrange for you and your child to meet with the teacher, visit the classroom and explain the admission procedure. At Grangefield we admit the children in three groups. The children initially attend school for a half day only but this quickly builds up for a full day. Experience has shown us that it is best to start by admitting the youngest children first.