Admissions At St Thomas More Primary we are always delighted to welcome parents and families who would like a tour of the school and a discussion about admission with the head teacher. Information concerning admission to Middlesbrough primary school schools and academies can be found on Middlesbrough Council Website: https://www.middlesbrough.gov.uk/schools-and-education/school-admissions/primary-school-admissions Starting Nursery Children are usually admitted to Nursery shortly after their third birthdays. The nursery will contact parents when a place is available. An admissions list of children requiring a nursery place is kept and parents should give names to the school office staff at the earliest opportunity to ensure a place is allocated. The nursery capacity is for 22 children and children attend for half a day, usually either mornings or afternoons. Mid-Year Admissions Where we have capacity in year groups, it is possible for us to accept new pupils mid-year who are transferring from other schools. This must be arranged through the local authority and the Headteacher will then contact you to arrange a meeting in school. Please see below for St Thomas More Admissions information and Policies Admission Policy for entry in September 2019 St Thomas More Catchment Area Map
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