Nash Mills is its own admitting authority and, as such, manages the admissions process for pupils coming into the school with the support of Hertfordshire County Council. Any queries around this or if you would like to arrange a visit to the school, please contact the school office, who will do their best to help.
Our Admissions policy is focused on our vision and purpose; being a locally-focused family school, following the admission of pupils who are looked after by the local authority, we initially prioritise those who have siblings in school before those who attend church and live locally. Following this, pupils are admitted based on how far they live from our school.
There are three different stages of admission:
- Nursery Admissions (for a September start for children who are three)
- Reception Admissions (for a September start for children who are four)
- In Year Admissions (for entry at all other times)
Pupils with SEND
Our Admissions Policies are in line with Hertfordshire County Council in terms of the admission of pupils with SEND. With regard to the SEN and Disability Regulations (2014), the school works to ensure that no child is unfavourably treated due to a disability. Information describing how we support pupils with SEND can be found within our SEND Information Report.
For information on appeals to the school please see https://www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/services/schools-and-education/school-admissions/school-appeals/school-appeals.aspx