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How to apply for a place at Weyford Nursery and Primary Academy

We would love to show you around our school and explain the many opportunities that being at Weyford brings. Please contact the school office to book a visit.


Applications for school places can be completed online (click here) or you can collect a paper copy of the application form from the school office.


Places are allocated in accordance with the published admissions policy.


Applications for Reception in September 2024 are being considered.

Parents will be notified on 16 April 2024.


It is possible to submit a late application for.


Applications for other year groups are welcome through out the year.



Parents of any child living in the local area may apply for a nursery place. Enquiries can be made in the school office. New Nursery children can start at the start of September, January and following the Easter break. Each child will have a home visit as part of this transition process and a stay and play in order to help them settle in the environment and get to know the Nursery team. 


Children may apply for a childcare place in Weyford Nursery from 2 years 6 months. Places will be offered subject to availability after each school holiday. i.e. November, January, February, April and June. Sessions  cost £16.50 for a morning/afternoon session or £33 a day. 


The term after the child has turned 3, they are entitled to 15 hours free childcare a week (You may be able to apply for up to an additional 15 hours per week).


Where there are more applications than places, priority will be given to older children using the criteria outlined in the Nursery Admissions Policy.

The University of Chichester Academy Trust is the admission authority for its schools and the timetable for Admissions Appeals is available on its website along with further Appeals Information. All academies within the Trust participate in the co-ordinated admission arrangements operated by the local authority where they are located.