Oasis Academy Short Heath, Nursery Admission Arrangements for 2020/21
About our nursery
Oasis Academy Short Heath Nursery is a nursery where our young people are given the care, support, and opportunity to develop and grow in a safe and encourage environment, and prepare for their step into life at school. Oasis Academy Short Heath Nursery is a fully inclusive provision, accepting children of all abilities, of any faith or none.
Oasis Academy Short Heath Nursery has classes for 3-year-olds which your child would typically start the term after their 3rd birthday.
The nursery has an admission number of 120 part-time places / 60 full-time.
The school will accordingly admit this number of children if there are sufficient applications.
If you are a Parent or Carer and wish to apply for a place in our three year old Nursery at Oasis Academy Short Heath Nursery for the following September, you will need to contact the academy.
Please note that children who have a place in our nursery do not automatically move into our reception classes. Parents and Carers must apply for a reception place for their child via Birmingham LA admissions service.
The closing date for application for 2020/21 is 10th July 2020.
For more information please contact us. Application forms must be returned to the Academy reception.
For three-year olds. Depending on your circumstances, you may be eligible for free childcare through the Nursery Education Fund (NEF). Please visit the Government’s advice website https://www.gov.uk/30-hours-free-childcare for more information.
If you believe you are eligible, please let us know when you make your application.
Oversubscription criteria and Tie Break
Where the number of applications for admission is greater than the published number, applications will be considered against the oversubscription criteria set out below, after the admission of students with an Education, Health and Care plan or a Statement of Special Educational Needs naming the school.
1. Looked after children and children who were previously looked after but immediately after being looked after became subject to adoption, a child arrangements order, or special guardianship order.
3. Distance from Academy
4. Other children
Home address: The home address is where a child normally lives. Where a child lives with parents with shared parental responsibility, each for part of a week, the address where the child lives is determined using a joint declaration from the parents stating the pattern of residence. If a child’s residence is split equally between both parents, then parents will be asked to determine which residential address should be used for the purpose of admission to school. If no joint declaration is received where the residence is split equally by the closing date for applications, the home address will be taken as the address where the child is registered with the doctor. If the residence is not split equally between both parents, then the address used will be the address where the child spends the majority of the school week.
Sibling: ‘Sibling’ means a natural brother or sister, a half brother or sister, a legally adopted brother or sister or half-brother or sister, a step brother or sister or other child living in the same household as part of the same family who, in any of these cases, will be living at the same address at the date of their application for a place.
Medical and Social Need: ‘Social need’ does not include a parent’s wish that a child attends the school because of a child’s aptitude or ability or because their friends attend the school. ‘Medical need’ does not include mild medical conditions.
Children can join our Nursery the first term after their third birthday and this is known as a Rising 3 place.
Please contact Mrs Allen or Mrs Hayes on:
e: firstname.lastname@example.org t: 0121 373 6056
Want to come pay us a visit?
We always welcome visitors at our Academy, and schedule open days each year for parents and carers to come and see our home.
We have now run all of our open events for this year.
However we are able to cater for parents and carers who are unable to visit on these days by special request. Get in touch with the school office today and we'll be pleased to arrange a date with you.
t: 0121 373 6056