Admission Information September 2022/2023
From September 2013, Nansen Primary School took responsibility for all in-year applications for a school place. If your child is currently out of school or you want them to transfer from their current school to Nansen Primary School, please come to the office and request an application form from Mrs H Begum (Office Manager) so that your child can be added to our waiting list. Alternatively, you can download an 'Application Form' and 'In-Year Cover Letter' below.
Our admissions policy outlines in detail how to apply for a place and this is in line with the Local Authority guidelines. You can view or download it below.
The school can admit 30 children in any class.
We ask for the following information to be provided in order to register a child:
Full Birth Certificate Or Passport
Proof of Address
Council Tax Letter Or Utility Bills (Water, Electric and Gas excluding Mobile bills)
The criteria are as follows:
1 Looked After Children LAC, children who have been previously looked after PLAC and Internationally Adopted and previously Looked After Children IAPLAC. (pursuant to the Admissions Code)
2. Children of staff at the school where there is a demonstrable skill shortage
3. Children who at the time of the application have a sibling attending the academy.
4. Children of staff in the school - Where there is no demonstrable skill shortage
5. Distance measurement: a straight line measurement distance from school to home.
The arrangements for children who transfer from another school to Nansen Primary are as follows:
1. Once the decision to transfer to Nansen Primary has been made, a start date for your child(ren) will be established. Details of the previous school will be taken so that records can be passed on.
2. To assist with your son’s/daughter’s transfer, parents and children will have the opportunity to view the school and meet their new teacher. Appointments will be made by the office.
If you would like to seek more advice please feel free to come and talk to our Administrator, Mrs H Begum (Office Manager), or alternatively you may wish to contact the Admissions and Appeals Department at Birmingham City Council (telephone number: 0121 303 1888).
For 2023/2024 Reception School Places: please follow the link which will direct you to Admissions & Appeals. You will then need to apply online for the school of your choice.
Application period starts - 1st October 2022
Closing date for applications - 15th January 2023
National offer day - 17th April 2023
Deadline for submitting appeals - 16th May 2023
Appeal hearings for appeals submitted on time - 18th July 2023
Term starts - 4th September 2023
Nansen School work in partnership with parents who find the process of applying for school places difficult. We will be offering 'parent workshops' during Autumn term 2022. A group call text will also be sent to remind parents of these dates.
For 2023/2024 Secondary School Places: please follow the link which will direct you to Admissions & Appeals. You will then need to apply online for the school of your choice.
Application period starts - 1st September 2022
Grammar school test - 17th September 2022
Results of grammar school test - 21st October 2022
Closing date for applications - 31st October 2022
National offer day - 1st March 2023
Deadline for submitting appeals - 29th March 2023
Appeal hearings for appeals submitted on time - May and June 2023
Induction (transition) day at secondary school - 5th July 2023
Term starts - 4th September 2023
Nansen Primary School works in partnership with parents who find the process of applying for school places difficult. Due to this we will be offering 'parent workshops' during Autumn term 2022.
Appeals Information September 2022/2023
For information regarding the school appeals process, please click on the link below. This will direct you to Birmingham City Council's website.