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Open Evenings for Reception Intake 2019 have not been set as yet. Dates will be set soon, please keep checking the website. 
Admissions to our school are handled by the Southend-on-Sea Local Education Authority. The Planned Admission Number (PAN) is 150 pupils per year in Year R (Reception), Year 1 and Year 2.  Details of our selection criteria, over-subscription criteria and details of priority applications can be found in the Admissions Policy document below. 
Reception 2018
The deadline for making applications for a place to join our school in Reception in September 2018 was 15th January 2018.  If you have not yet applied please contact  Southend-on-Sea Borough Council’s School Admissions Team on 01702 212934 as soon as possible or visit their website www.southend.gov.uk/admissions
Next steps:  The National Offer Day for children due to start in Reception in September 2018 is Monday 16th April 2018.  If your child is offered a place at Hamstel Infant School & Nursery on 16th April we will send you a full admission pack in the post to the home address given in your application in mid May 2018.  You will be asked to complete the enclosed Admission Form and return it to the school together with your child's original birth certificate to accept the offer of a place at our school.  
In-year Admissions
Applications for a school place in our Reception, Year 1 or Year 2 classes during the school year are referred to as in-year admissions.
For further information on the Admissions process and to make an application please contact Southend-on-Sea Borough Council’s School Admissions Team or visit their website www.southend.gov.uk/admissions

            Southend-on Sea School Admissions Service                 Tel:  01702 212934

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Our Safeguarding Children Statement:
At Hamstel Infant School and Nursery the health, safety and well being of all children is of paramount importance. Parents send their children to School each day with the expectation that School provides a safe and secure environment in which their children can flourish. Hamstel Infant School and Nursery therefore works hard to ensure appropriate policies, procedures and monitoring are in place to assure that this expectation becomes reality.

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