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Nursery Admissions

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Very much part of the Pre-Prep, the Nursery has a warm, happy and stimulating environment. It provides three and four year-olds with a varied, child-centered introduction to education.

Enquiry
year round
Registration
at birth
Taster Afternoons
from November
Admission
throughout the academic year

Stage 1 - Enquiry

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We hope you will find all the information you need on these pages. Our Registrar, Mrs Alison Westbrook, is also available to help with any questions you may have.

Nursery is our main entry point into the Pre-Prep year groups. We have two classes - Puffins and Penguins.

The ideal way to see our Nursery and meet our staff is at one of our Open Mornings or on an individual visit with our Registrar. 

Stage 2 - Register

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Registering with us enables your child to be invited to our taster afternoons as well as other fun activities throughout the year. To register with us please email prepadmissions@brightoncollege.net

Stage 3 - Familiarisation and taster afternoons

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Once registered, we will invite you to join our staff in the Nursery for an afternoon of play and activity. This gives both you and your child the opportunity to get to know us a little better.

Stage 4 - Admission & welcome

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Nursery places are allocated in November for entry the following September. Following your confirmation of acceptance we will send you a welcome pack and an invitation to meet your new class during the summer term.

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We found the admissions process really easy and painless.”

— Current parent

My daughter has loved the school since the very first day.”

— Current parent

My son has progressed hugely in the first term.”

— Current parent

The Nursery staff really get to know your individual child.”

— Current parent

The Nursery environment is stimulating and welcoming.”

— Current parent

There are lots of things to stimulate the children's imagination.”

— Current parent