ADMISSION FORMS AND POLICIES CAN BE ACCESSED FURTHER DOWN THIS PAGE
Warren Dell welcomes all new families with children aged between two years 5 months and eleven years old to our exciting school where children, staff and parents enjoy learning.
HOW CAN I GET A PLACE AT WARREN DELL?
Applications for pre-school, Nursery and in year admissions should be made via the school.
Applications for Reception must be made via Hertfordshire County Council admissions. You can apply via www.hertsdirect.org/admissions.
Places in Warren Dell Nursery are part time, every day from 9-12 o'clock. We do offer 30hrs free funding for those eligible.
CAN I BE SURE OF GETTING A PLACE?
It is very important that you register your child for a Reception place before the deadline for admissions applications. It is Hertfordshire County Council, not the school, who make the decision about whether a place is available for your child. They take into account whether your child has brothers or sisters at the school, distance of your home from alternative schools, and occasionally, special social factors. If your child is refused a place you have the right to appeal to an independent panel.
CAN I VISIT THE SCHOOL BEFORE DECIDING?
You are more than welcome to visit us and ask any questions you might have. Please telephone or email the school for an appointment on 020 8428 4571 or email@example.com
CAN I GET A PLACE FOR AN OLDER CHILD?
If you have moved into the area and would like a place at the school for your child as an in-year admission, we would be pleased to offer a place if we have room. You will need to apply directly to the school.
HOW WILL MY CHILD SETTLE IN?
We arrange for your child to meet their new teacher before they start. If your child is new to Reception or Nursery we have an induction morning. In July all children spend time in their new classroom with their new teacher. If children start at other times, we buddy them up with other children in the class to support them settling in. Teachers will then meet with you after your child has been in school for 2-3 weeks to discuss how they have settled.