Ashurst Wood is a small primary school consisting of five classes with two year groups in each class. We have a published admission number ("PAN") of 20. We take great pride in knowing every child and work hard to achieve close and successful partnerships with all of our families.
Making sure you have chosen the right school for your child is vitally important; we welcome visits from prospective families and relish all opportunities to show you our impressive facilities and vibrant learning environments. The Head Teacher will be happy to take you on a tour of the School and answer any questions you may have.
If you would like to arrange a visit or receive further information about the School please telephone our school office on 01342 822584 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications for a place at our School should be made through the Local Authority, either by applying online using the link at the bottom of the page or by post to:
County Hall North
or by telephone: 0845 075 1007, fax: 01403 240158.
For any queries, please email: email@example.com
Priority is normally given to children living within the School's designated area and then to siblings and others living outside this area.
Throughout the Summer term we hold transition events for pre-school children. These sessions aim to introduce children to Ashurst Wood Primary so that they can begin to feel comfortable and confident in the school environment and get to know key members of staff. During the term prior to admission, children are invited to spend some time in school with their teacher.
Parents seeking admission for a child to the school aged between four and eleven should contact the local authority 'admissions team' at County Hall North (contact details above as per admission to Reception class) to discuss the availability of space and arrangements for joining the school.
Successful, thriving and forward-looking;
A place where children enjoy learning in a
happy, supportive environment;
A place where every individual makes a positive contribution, whether that is in school, in our community or in the wider world.