Our Open Morning for prospective nursery and reception parents is on Thursday 19th October 2023 9.30am – 10.30am.
During the Open Morning you will have the opportunity to:
- Tour the school – these tours will be done by our Year 6 pupils. We thought that they would be the best people to give you a real insight into what life is really like at Forsbrook C.E. (C) Primary School.
- Ask questions – Once the tour has finished the children will bring you back to the hall where you will be able to ask any questions to the Nursery Manager, Mrs Holdcroft, our Reception Class Teacher, Miss Adams and the Headteacher Mrs Cooke.
- Refreshments will also be served in the hall.
Any parents requiring a nursery place for children aged 0-5 years can collect an application form on the open morning. Children are now able to start in the nursery from 8 weeks of age. Some funded places are available for 2, 3 & 4 year olds. Forsbrook Nursery and Child Care is open from 7.30am-6pm every day during term time in line with our school calendar.
You are welcome to bring your child/children with you. There will also be another opportunity to visit the school with your child later in the year and a more informal meeting for you to attend in the summer term. Please use Forsbrook Nursery car park and walk to the main school entrance via the footpath. Access is via the entrance to Blythe Bridge High School through the barrier and tell staff that you are attending our Open Morning.
We hope you enjoy your visit to the school and you find out everything you want to know about us so that you can make an informed choice about which school you would like your child to attend.
The closing date for applications for children who will be starting in the reception class is 15th January 2024. The best way to make an application is to apply online www.staffordshire.gov.uk/admissions. A place is not automatically reserved for your child, you must apply online.
Children can start in our nursery at any time during the year subject to availability. Applications for nursery should be made directly to the school.
Mrs K. Cooke