North Baddesley Infant School

Happy, valued and growing together

Admissions

We provide education for children from the beginning of the academic year during which they will be 5 years old. The school has an admission limit of 30 pupils per class. The school follows Hampshire County Council's policy for admissions - please click the links below to view the school's current admissions policy:

Our admissions policy for the current academic year is available from the school office or by clicking the links below. We are always pleased to show prospective parents and pupils around the school. Please ring the School Office to make an appointment.

Registration of your child should be made two terms before they are due to start school. Please click the link below for online applications.

Online applications usually open in November and the deadline falls in January. Specific dates can be found in the links above. Alternatively paper application forms are available and can be obtained from the school office. Once completed, please return the form to the school office along with your child's birth certificate.

Below are the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions. We hope you will find them useful.

What is the school's catchment area?

The catchment area for North Baddesley Infant School is North Baddesley and Chilworth, as shown in the image below, but please check with us or with the Admissions Team at Hampshire County Council if you are unsure. An interactive map of the catchment area can be viewed by clicking here. Your permanent address determines your catchment school, and only your permanent address can be used on the application form.

Catchment Area for NBIS

How do I apply for a school place?

Please click here for online applications via the Hampshire County Council site. Alternatively, paper application forms are available and can be obtained from the school office.

When will my child start?

Although your child does not have to attend school full time until the term of their fifth birthday, we feel children have the best possible start if they follow our carefully designed induction programme which includes a one-to-one meeting with the teacher before they officially start.

What can I expect before they start?

You and your child will be invited to a number of visits and activities before September to help them become confident about starting school. We also work closely with pre-schools to help ensure the transition to school is a smooth one. We give further details of these arrangements once a place has been confirmed.

Click here for a copy of Hampshire's guidance on starting school in Hampshire.

Can I get help with transport to school?

Please click here to go to Hampshire's website which provides information for Hampshire parents who wish to apply for transport to school. Parents are also able to print off a copy of the form to complete and return it to the Passenger Transport Group in Hampshire.