Welcome to Forest Glade Primary School. We are delighted to be able to share with you our vision and values to help you get a true flavour of our school. We are confident that you will find us a welcoming school – one where your child will flourish and realise their potential, whatever that potential might be. We value getting to know all our children. This means we have a better idea of what motivates them and what success should look like for them.
We are committed to providing our children with the very best opportunities and experiences, and we are proud of the relationships that we have with our children, parents and the community. In partnership, we want to provide an outstanding education for the children at Forest Glade to ensure they are well equipped to be confident individuals, lifelong learners and good citizens.
At Forest Glade we believe that all pupils have the ability to achieve wonderful things. Our aim is to ensure that our children are happy and enjoy their time at school. This is achieved by providing an environment where children feel safe to explore the new challenges and learning opportunities they encounter.
All our staff are passionate about making children happy, developing their confidence and inspiring them to be successful. This passion ensures that Forest Glade is a vibrant and creative place to be. We aim to help develop creative children who are inspired learners, are considerate citizens, are independent thinkers, have curious and enquiring minds and are caring friends.
We care about every child in our school. Through our strong commitment to pastoral care we strive to ensure that we provide outstanding support for all of our pupils and families. Forest Glade prides itself on supporting all children, regardless of their background or additional circumstances. We believe that a child’s potential should not be limited or pre-determined.
Our School also offers:
- Breakfast Club – We also have a fantastic breakfast club which runs every morning from 8am to support those families requiring provision before school
- After School Clubs - various after school clubs for KS1 and KS2 take place every term.
Flying High Partnership
The Flying High Partnership is a group of schools across Nottinghamshire, Nottingham City and Derbyshire. Schools work together to ensure we are relentless in ensuring our children receive the best possible opportunities and experiences. This is achieved through a true collaboration where all decisions centre on children and schools are empowered to adopt best practice, adapt it within the context of each school and fly!
We aim for our schools to be the best in the universe!
By the end of their primary education we aim for all of our children to be ready for secondary school and be inspired to be the best they can be through our seven values. The values are fundamental to everything the Trust represents; they run through all elements of school improvement and are understood and owned by all members of the school community. Schools with their own clear USP linked to their values blend together the Trust values with those held so dear within each individual school.
As a Trust Partnership our expectation is that all schools:
- Demonstrate a restlessness to continually improve, to never stand still, with the ultimate aim of
providing the best opportunities and experiences for our children.
- Strive to ensure every child fulfils their potential regardless of potential barriers to learning.
- Commit to become an outstanding, self-improving school and to support the profession and development of all schools within the partnership.
- Commit to a school-led system.
- Commit to the values, principles, policies and procedures of the Trust.
- To ultimately strive to be the best school in the Universe.
In our schools you will see we work together to:
- Ensure schools feel connected to the Trust whilst maintaining their unique qualities, character and relationship with their community.
- Ensure high quality teaching and learning.
- Engage with our families and wider communities to raise aspiration for all.
- Develop the whole child and create inquisitive learners.
- Enable all children to be confident, building on strengths and improving in areas of need.
- Enable children to understand the part they play in the world in the future - as a positive citizen and a driver of business and enterprise.
- Support the development of all staff to be the best they can be and to realise their career potential.
Applying for a school place
Admissions to the school are processed by the Local Authority as part of the Nottinghamshire Coordinated Admissions Scheme. You will find guidance about application dates and access to online application forms for primary school places on the link above. Applications can also be made via post or over the phone on 0300 500 80 80.
The planned admission number for 2023/2024 is 30.
Admissions for 2023/2024
For admissions in September 2023/24:
- The application round opens on 7th November 2022 and closes on 15th January 2023.
- The offer date for the September 2023 intake is 17th April 2023 (National Offer Day).
- You can find out more and apply online here https://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/education/school-admissions.
Admissions arrangements and oversubscription criteria
Admissions for 2022/23
- If you would like to make an in-year admission to move or change schools, please contact the Local Authority at any point in the year on the link below
Changing school in-year | Nottinghamshire County Council
Admissions arrangements and oversubscription criteria
If your child has been refused a place and you would like to appeal against the decision, please see the information below on making an appeal.
In-year admissions only 2022/23
- If your appeal relates to an in-year admission you should submit your appeal within 28 days of being told that your application was unsuccessful.
2023/2024 application round
- If your appeal is for a child transferring to a junior school or starting an infant or primary school in September 2023 and you are told of the decision on 17th April 2023 (National Offer Day) you should submit your appeal by 17th May 2023.
- If you are told of an infant, junior or primary decision after 17th April 2023 or it relates to an in-year admission you should submit your appeal within 28 days of being told that your application was unsuccessful.
How to appeal
- Your appeal, once submitted will be forwarded to an Independent Clerk and a date will be agreed for the hearing to take place within the mandatory guidelines. Your appeal should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org using the form below and you will receive acknowledgement that the appeal has been received and keep you informed of progress, date and outcomes. Appeals will be held in line with the DfE's School Admission Appeals Code (October 2022).
Appeals Timetable 2023/24:
National offer day - 17th April. Appeals to be made within 28 days and all appeals will be heard within 40 days during June and July.
Current Number on Roll: 243