Admissions: Joining our School
At Crossdale, we greatly value the notion of the ‘Crossdale Family’, whereby all members of the school community are valued, supported and encouraged. We want parents and careers to feel involved in school life and children to feel happy, secure and safe. In our high-achieving school we put our success down to teamwork – children, parents, staff and governors working together to make sure that our school remains a positive place to be.
We pride ourselves on our friendly, lively and caring atmosphere where children grow and develop emotionally, socially and intellectually. We hope to develop a passion for learning in our children that will continue throughout their lives.
Whether this is your first child potentially joining Crossdale, or you have had other children pass through our school, we know how important it is that you get all the information you need to prepare for school life. Hopefully, our website will answer your questions, but do not hesitate to contact us if you have anything you would like to ask or discuss.
We would love the opportunity to show you our school so get in touch if you would like to visit. Please let us know us if there are any adjustments we need to make to support you when you visit us.
Below you will find Admissions policies for this year and future years, approved by Crossdale Primary and Keyworth Primary and Nursery Schools’ Joint Local Governing Body for Crossdale Primary School.
Admissions applications for Crossdale Primary School are received through Nottinghamshire County Council’s co-ordinated scheme for first admission to school, and for in-year transfers.
If you wish to make an application, please click on the following link:
We advise that you check your catchment area before applying for school places. You can check your catchment area by clicking on this link:
Crossdale Primary School’s catchment can be viewed by clicking on the following link:
If you have a query about your application to Crossdale Primary School, please contact Equals Trust Admissions team by telephone on 0115 9143211 or by email: email@example.com
The Admissions Appeals process for all Equals Trust schools engages Nottinghamshire County Council’s Independent Appeals Panel. None of the members who sit on the panels have any connection to Equals Trust schools.
The Admissions Appeals process is free to parents/carers, as the cost is paid by the school.
Please find below, information regarding the appeals process.