Eastfield Primary School admits 48 children into Nursery and 60 into Reception each September. We offer 15 hours in our Nursery, this can be either 5 mornings (8.45-11.45am) or 5 afternoons (12.30-3.30pm).
All admissions to our school are co-ordinated by The Enfield Schools Admission Service. This service is based at the Civic Centre Enfield. For further details and applications please follow the links below.
Enfield Nursery Book 2021-Children Closing date for Nursery applications – 15th February 2021
Enfield Primary Book 2021-Children Closing date for Reception applications – 15th January 2021
What happens next?
If your child can be offered a nursery place and you applied online you will receive an email during the evening of 23 April 2021 advising you of the outcome. A letter will be sent to all parents/carers completing a paper application on 23 April 2021 and you should receive this by 28 April 2021. Parents/carers will be asked to accept or decline the offer of a place within 10 days in order that unwanted nursery places can be reallocated.
The results of your application for a reception place will be available online, after 7pm on the evening of the 16th April 2021.
Parents/Carers should accept or decline the school place offered, by 30th April 2021.
Have you been offered and accepted a place at our school?
We understand the transition into school is an important stage in your child’s life. Our team aim to make the process of settling into a new environment and meeting new people as smooth as possible, for both you and your child.
If your child has not been offered a place at the school of choice you may appeal. Please complete the form available here, and provide a copy to the school office.
22 May 2021 – Last day for admission appeals.
Admission appeals during COVID-19
Temporary regulations came into force in April 2020 to amend the School Admission Appeal Regulations 2012, to help admission authorities carry out appeals during the pandemic.
These temporary regulations will now remain in force until 30 September 2021 (the date was extended from 31 January 2021).
The key changes in place until 30 September include:
- Flexibility with panel hearings – when it’s not safe to meet face-to-face (in line with government guidance), hearings can take place remotely by telephone or video conference, or through a paper-based appeal where all parties can make representations in writing
- Amendments to deadlines – appellants must now be:
- given at least 28 calendar days’ written notice of a deadline for lodging an appeal
- given at least 14 calendar days’ written notice of an appeal hearing (although appellants can waive their right to this in writing)
- sent a decision letter within 7 calendar days of the hearing (or in the case of written submissions only, within 7 calendar days of the appeal panel making a decision), wherever possible
- Relaxation of rules around panel member numbers – if 1 of the 3 panel members withdraws (temporarily or permanently), the panel can continue with and conclude the appeal as a panel of 2