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Richmond School Nurseries

This is the list of Richmond school nurseries with a 2022 entry.  Please also read the information further down the page "Admission priorities and notes for Richmond school nurseries."

Advisory Pan: 

Every school has a published PAN (pupil admission number) shown on the schools list. This is an advisory number to give an indication of the number of 15 hour a week ‘sessions’ the school intends to deliver.  

 

Name of School: Archdeacon Cambridge’s C of E Primary

DfE number: 318 3326

Advisory PAN: 52

School address: The Green, Twickenham, TW2 5TU

School phone: 020 8894 4777

School email: admissions@archdeaconcambridges.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.archdeaconcambridges.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: Barnes Primary

DfE number: 318 2028

Advisory PAN: 104

School address: Cross Street, Barnes, SW13 0QQ

School phone: 020 8876 7358

School email: admissions@barnes.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.barnesprimaryschool.co.uk

 

Name of School: Buckingham Primary

DfE number: 318 2035

Advisory PAN: 52

School address: Buckingham Road, Hampton TW12 3LT

School phone: 020 8941 2548

School email: info@buckingham.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.buckingham.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: Chase Bridge Primary

DfE number: 318 2036

Advisory PAN: 52

School address: Kneller Road, Twickenham TW2 7DE

School phone: 020 8892 1242

School email: info@chasebridge.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.chasebridge.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: Collis Primary

DfE number: 318 2032

Advisory PAN: 100

School address: Fairfax Road, Teddington, TW11 9BS

School phone: 020 8977 1458

School email: info@collis.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.collis.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: Darell Primary

DfE number: 318 2004

Advisory PAN: 52

School address: Niton Road, Richmond, TW9 4LH

School phone: 020 8876 6721

School email: info@darell.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.darell.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: Hampton Infant and Nursery 

DfE number: 318 2009

Advisory PAN: 52

School address: Ripley Road, Hampton, TW12 2JH

School phone: 020 8979 1815

School email: admissions.hisn@hpp.school

School website: www.hpp.school

 

Name of School: Hampton Wick Infant and Nursery

DfE number: 318 2010

Advisory PAN: 52

School address: Normansfield Avenue, Teddington, TW11 9RP

School Telephone: 020 977 3971

School email: admissions@hamptonwick.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.hamptonwick.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: Heathfield Nursery and Infant 

DfE number: 318 2012

Advisory PAN: 78

School address: Cobbett Road, Twickenham, TW2 6EN

School phone: 020 8894 4074

School email: info@heathfield-inf.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.heathfieldschoolspartnership.org

 

Name of School: Holy Trinity CofE Primary

DfE number: 318 3304

Advisory PAN: 52

School address: Carrington Road (off Manor Road), Richmond, TW10 5AA

School phone: 020 8940 2730

School email: info@htprimary.com

School website: www.holytrinityschool.org.uk

 

Name of School: Lowther Primary 

DfE number: 318 2013

Advisory PAN: 52

School address: Stillingfleet Road, Barnes, SW13 9AE

School phone: 020 8748 3984

School email: nursery@lowther.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.lowther.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: Meadlands Primary

DfE number: 318 2015

Advisory PAN: 52

School address: Broughton Avenue, Ham, TW10 7LY

School phone: 020 8940 9207

School email: j.gee@meadlands.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.meadlands.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: Nelson Primary

DfE number: 318 2029

Advisory PAN: 26

School address: Nelson Road, Whitton, TW2 7BU

School phone: 020 8894 9899

School email: info@nelsonschool.org

School website: www.nelsonschool.org

 

Name of School: Orleans Primary

DfE number: 318 2018

Advisory PAN: 52

School address: Hartington Road, Twickenham, TW1 3EN

School phone: 020 8892 1654

School email: info@orleans.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.orleans.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: Sacred Heart Catholic Primary

DfE number: 318 3320

Advisory PAN: 26

School address: St Mark’s Road, Teddington, TW11 9DD

School phone: 020 8977 6591

School email: info@sacredheart.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.sacredheartteddington.co.uk

 

Name of School: The Russell Primary 

DfE number: 318 2019

Advisory PAN: 26

School address: Petersham Road, Richmond, TW10 7AH

School phone: 020 8940 1446

School email: info@russell.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.russell.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: St Edmund’s Catholic Primary

DfE number: 318 3315

Advisory PAN: 52

School address: Nelson Road, Whitton, TW2 7BB

School phone: 020 8894 7898

School email: office@st-edmunds.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.st-edmunds.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: St James’s Catholic Primary

DfE number: 318 3316

Advisory PAN: 52

School address: Stanley Road, Twickenham, TW2 5NP

School phone: 020 8744 8860

School email: info@st-james.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.st-james.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: St Richard’s C of E Primary

DfE number: 318 3303

Advisory PAN: 30

School address: Ashburnham Road, Ham, TW10 7NL

School phone: 020 8940 7911

School email: info@srsa.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.srsa.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: Stanley Primary

DfE number: 318 2021

Advisory PAN: 52

School address: Strathmore Road, Teddington, TW11 8UH

School phone: 020 8977 4858

School email: info@stanley.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.stanley.richmond.sch.uk

 

Name of School: Windham Nursery School

DfE number: 318 1001

Advisory PAN: 78

School address: Windham Road, Richmond, TW9 2HP

School phone: 020 8831 6060

School email: info@windham.richmond.sch.uk

School website: www.windham.richmond.sch.uk

Your child must be 3 years old at 31 August to start in a nursery class in September. Priority for applications is given to children who will be turning 4 years during the school year.

Places will be offered against the following priorities for applications for a child 15 universal hours. Families are asked to note that the criteria are likely to be different for nurseries based in church primary schools as these schools set their own oversubscription criteria.  Different criteria may also be applied for a schools flexible offer such as extended hours or wraparound care.  Each individual school will be able to advise you on their school’s criteria.

If there are more applications than there are places available, places will be offered in the following order of priority:

  1. Places will be offered firstly to looked after children. Applications made under this criterion must be accompanied by details of circumstance and professionally supported evidence (e.g. from a social worker)
  2. Places will then be offered in cases of exceptional family, social or medical need (which must be described on the application and verified by professionally supported evidence) that makes the school concerned the most suitable one for the individual child.
  3. Places will then be offered next to children who have a brother or sister (sibling), including an adopted, foster, half or step brother or sister, living at the same address and attending Reception to Year 6 at the same school (or paired junior school) at the time of admission.
  4. Places will then be offered to children of members of staff who have been employed at the school for two or more years at the time of application and will continue to be employed at the school at the point of admission or the member of staff is recruited to fill a vacant post for which there is a demonstrable skill shortage.
  5. The remaining places will be offered to children who live nearest to the school, measured by the shortest route by road or maintained footpath from the property to the nearest pedestrian school gate used by the relevant year group. Accessibility of private or public transport will not be considered. All distances will be measured using the Council’s geographical information system. Note: paths through car parks, cemeteries, golf courses and other enclosed spaces will not be used.
Notes on priorities for applications 

To qualify for the highest priority, currently looked after and previously looked after children are defined as:

  1. Children who are in the care of a local authority, or being provided with accomodation by a local authority in the exercise of their social services functions in accordance with Section 22 of the Children Act 1989, at the time an application for a school is made.
  2. Children who were previously in the care of the local authority immediately before they were adopted under the Adoption and Children Act 2002, or became subject to a child arrangements order or special guardianship order.
  3. Children who appear (to the admission authority) to have been in state care outside of England and ceased to be in state care as a result of being adopted.

Applications that are late or are for a child outside of nursery age range (3 years old at 31 August) will not be considered until after all applications which were received on time or for children age 3 at 31 August.  If your preferred nursery is unable to offer your child a place, your child’s name will be placed on a waiting list in accordance with the published admission criteria.

Any offer of a place on the grounds of distance is conditional on the child living at the address provided on the closing date for application. A business address, a childminder’s address, otr any address other than the child’s permanent home will not be accepted.  Proof of address will be sought and may be the subject of further investigation. Temporary addresses will not be used for the purpose of administering applications.

The Council uses a standard method of measuring home to school distance. This is done by using a geographical information system that measures the home to school distance using routes by road or maintained footpath. The starting point is a point in the property determined by address point data supplied by the Ordnance Survey. This will always measure using the centre of the road nearest to this point even if your home address is on the corner of two roads or has more than one entrance or exit.

Residents of every floor level of a particular block of flats are given an identical start point, regardless of the distance to ground floor level. The end point is measured to the nearest pedestrian school gate used by the relevant year group.

Please note, we do not consider educational reasons under criterion 2, as support for a child’s educational needs can be met at any of our schools. Providing evidence does not guarantee that a child will be given priority at a particular school. In each case, a decision will be made based on the merits of the case and whether evidence demonstrates that a placement should be made ay=t one particular school above any other.

Where a child has already received up to a year of nursery education, and is looking to start Reception at a  statutory school age, an application would only be prioritised for a second year of nursery education after applications from children who are applying for a nursery place for the first time, have been considered. This may mean that even if your child has attended a particular school nursery, they may not be able to be offered a place to continue in the class or in a different class within the same school nursery.

Late applications will not be considered until after all applications received on time have been dealt with. As a late applicant, if your preferred nursery is unable to offer your child a place, your child’s name will be placed on the waiting list in accordance with the published admission criteria.

Each school reserves the right to seek verification of the information parents have given on the application form and to withdraw places if false  information has been given.

Where spaces are available, children that will become 3 during the term (rising 3’s) can be admitted to a local authority nursery at the schools discretion.

Parents are asked to note that the criteria are likely to be different for nurseries based in church primary schools as these schools set their own oversubscription criteria. 

 Each individual school will be able to advise you on their school’s criteria.

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