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Children born between 1 September 2012 and 31 August 2013

Online applicants will receive an e-mail notifying them of their outcome on the evening of 3 May 2016.  After you have received your e-mail you will be able to check and accept your place online at  using the username and password used to make your application application.  Outcome letters will be posted to all applicants who applied using a paper form on 3 May 2016.

Children born between 1 September 2013 and 31 March 2014

You will not be sent a letter on 3 May 2016 and any online result will show as no offer, as these applicants are not considered until after September 2016. After this date the school will only contact you if a place becomes available for your child. If you do not hear from them by the end of the Autumn term you should reapply for the following year. 

Applying for a Nursery Place

Children born between 1 September 2012 and 31 August 2013

Find out how to apply for a nursery place at a Sutton Community School. Each Sutton Primary and Infants' School, with the exception of Stanley Park Infants' and Bandon Hill Primary Wood field, has its own nursery.

How many community school nurseries are there in Sutton?

There are 22 community school nurseries in Sutton. If you are applying for a nursery place at a Community school, you can do so online from 1st September 2015. You have until 15 January 2016 to apply.

Nursery intake in Sutton

There is now only one main intake for nursery each year, which is in September. The earliest that a child will normally be considered to start at a Sutton Community nursery is at the beginning of the September following their third birthday. It may, however, be possible for younger children to gain a place starting mid-way through the academic year.

Voluntary aided and academy schools 

If you are applying for a nursery place at one of the six Voluntary-Aided or four Academy schools in Sutton, you must apply directly to the school, as the process is different. Please contact these schools directly for details.

How many hours am I entitled to?

Sutton school nurseries offer 15 hours per week nursery provision which is free. For further information about nursery provision in Sutton and the funding that is available, please contact the Family Information Service.

Further information 

Before you apply, you are strongly advised to:

1. Read when your child can start nursery

2. Read the Starting Nursery Guidance Booklet

If you need further information or an application form, please contact us using our school admissions enquiry form

Please note: admission to a nursery class does not guarantee a place in the reception class of the same school. You will need to make a separate application which will be considered against the admission criteria in place at the time.