Norbury Manor Primary School

Admissions

Nursery

We manage our own Nursery Admissions in accordance with Croydon Councils admissions criteria (see Croydon School Admissions link below).  We admit 52 Nursery children at the beginning of the Autumn Term once they have reached 4 years of age. 

The Nursery day consists of 2 separate sessions – Morning from 8.30am to 11.30 am and Afternoon from 12.15 pm to 3.15pm, there are 26 children in each session which you can state a preference for one or other on your application form.

Nursery applications can be downloaded below or collected from the school office.  Please complete the form and return it to the office. For all of our school admissions we ask to see your child's Birth Certificate and proof of home address. To arrange a tour please contact the school office on 0208 679 3835 or support@nmp.croydon.sch.uk.

For a Nursery application form please click below.

Nursery Application Form

To read about our Nursery offer please click here.

 Reception

The dates of the tours remaining this year are:

  • Thursday 28th November 2019 at 9:10am or 5:30pm

There is no need to phone the school to book to join one of these sessions, you can simply come along on the day.

As part of our open day we will give perspective parents a tour of the school and a presentation. There will be an opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

If you are unable to make any of the dates above, please contact the school directly and we will do our best to accommodate additional visits to the school.

Primary

The local authority will no longer deliver Primary prospectuses and application forms to schools. 

Norbury Manor Primary School is a 3 form entry mixed primary school admitting children from the age of 4 to 11. Our Reception pupil intake is 90 and these admissions are arranged by Croydon Council and allocations are made in accordance with the Local Authority criteria in the following order.

  • Looked after Children and previously Looked after Children
  • Siblings - Children applying who have a sibling currently attending the school.
  • Medical – children who may have serious medical reasons  for needing to attend a particular school.
  • Distance – pupils living closest to the school.

 * Please note that following consultation and in compliance with the School Admissions Code the varied arrangements for Norbury Manor Primary School will be displayed via the Croydon Council Admissions Webpages. The admission number for the 2017/18 and 2018/19 academic years has been reduced to 60 . Please note that this is separate to the on-going consultation regarding the overall Published Admission Number (PAN) reduction for the 2019/20 year.

For more information regarding Croydon admissions criteria see:

Croydon School Admissions

If your child was born between 1 September 2013 and 31 August 2014 you MUST apply by 15 January 2018 for a primary school place.

If you wish to make an application to our school please visit the the link below to apply for a place:

eAdmissions Application

Alternatively you can request a paper application form by contacting Croydon Admissions at the Local Authority on 0208 726 6400. Once you have made your application you should receive confirmation via email with an application reference number. If you have made a paper application you should ensure that you receive a receipt from the help desk at Croydon Council. 

IN-Year Admissions

Applications for a primary school place outside the normal admissions round are treated as 'in-year' admissions.

Please fill out the form below to apply for an 'in-year' place:

In-Year Application Form

The in-year application form must be returned to:
The Schools Admissions Team, Department for Children, Families & Learning, Croydon Council, Bernard Weatherill House,  4th Floor (Zone G), 8 Mint Walk, Croydon, CR0 1EA.

Class Placements for Twins and Multiples

The current research does not provide good accounts of the effects of classroom separation on the development of twins.  There is currently no clear evidence to support the belief that separation provides greater outcomes for individuality.  

 

The document below provides guidance about how to decide whether twins should be in separate or the same class.

NMP Guidance for deciding on class placements for twins and multiples