School Admissions (including In-Year)
Hertfordshire County Council coordinates all admissions to the main school (Reception through to Year 6). Please visit the HCC website to make an application or for further information.
Our Published Admission Number each year is 60.
Nursery admissions are managed by the school. For more information please contact the school office on 01707 280590 or email us.
We would encourage all prospective parents to make an appointment to view the school.
New Starter Information
Reception and Nursery 2022
Please see our Early Years Information Booklet below. This presentation supports new parents to Oak View, providing information on a child’s introduction to the Early Years Foundation Stage and an outline of a typical day in Nursery/Reception.
- EYFS 2022-2023 (6MB)
If both parents / single parents are working more than 16 hours at minimum wage (or equivalent) your child is entitled to 30 hours free child care (including 15 hours education). The free hours will be from 8.30am- 3.20 pm.
Parents must apply online at www.childcarechoices.gov.uk to obtain an eligibility code before a 30 hour place can be confirmed. Applications can be made as early as 16 weeks before your child’s third birthday.
Notes to parent
How the information on the application form will be used:
By completing this form and signing the declaration you are agreeing for Oak View School, if they are oversubscribed, to check whether your child’s details meet the school’s published admission rules and if he/she can be offered a nursery place.
Any personal data collected will be treated as confidential under the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998. We will not use the data for any other purpose, nor will we share your data with any third parties other than the Department for Education (for statutory reporting), Hertfordshire County Council departments who may from time to time send you advice, guidance and information relating to changes to early years provision and educational services that are relevant and/or of benefit to your child, and your local children’s centre who support the local authority by assisting families to access the services that children are entitled to.
Children who have been adopted from care or are subject to a special guardianship order or a child arrangements order.
Eligibility will be based on your declaration that your child was formally a looked after child and on the evidence of their status e.g. a copy of the relevant order. This form and a copy of the relevant order should be seen by the school and they will confirm with Hertfordshire County Council that they have seen confirmation and enable a place to be offered under this criteria.
We hope that you find all the information you need but should you have any questions or require further information or help then please contact the school office on 01707 280590 or email us.