Virtual Open Days to join us in Nursery in September 2021

Friday 20 November 2020

Welcoming New Parents to Nursery

We will be hosting a series of welcome events for prospective parents for admission to Nursery in September 2021. Although we are adapting our usual events to ensure safety due to managing the risks posed by Covid-19, we are committed to sharing our vision for your child with you through these events so that you can make the best possible choice for September 2021. We will be running two types of event: A Virtual Open Day and a short, covid-secure Site Visit. Please read below for details.


Virtual Open Days for Nursery Admission

Please note these are different to our provisional dates which you may have seen on this website before. The virtual open days will be on these dates:

  • Tuesday 23rd February 2021

  • Tuesday 16th March 2021

The Virtual Open Days are accessed by registering in advance. They will start at 9.30am, ending at around 10.30am (although leaders will be available to answer questions until 10.45am). They will include:  

  • Welcome from the Principal
  • Welcome from Head of School and Head of EYFS
  • Introduction to our vision of a rigorous and transformational all-through education
  • Details on our approach in Nursery  
  • A chance to ask questions
  • To sign up for the Virtual Open Days please click on this form.


Covid-secure site visits for Nursery and Reception Admission (currently suspended) 

Before the recent announcement of the lockdown, we were offering short, small group or individual, distanced, outdoor only visits to the school. Unfortunately, we have had to suspend these visits to prevent any risk of transmission. We will be posting videos of this page soon, but in the meantime, we would encourage you to come to the Open Days outlined above. If you would like to be contacted for a future site visit when the lockdown restrictions ease, please let us know by using this form.

If you would like any additional information about the open days please email:

News story updated January 2021