How to apply for a school place in Reception
Before you apply for a place in our school we would like to invite you to visit us!
Each year we run an exciting Open Day. This usually takes place in November, which is just before the application process opens. Please contact school to confirm the date of this event. If you are unable to attend the Open Day we will do our very best to accommodate you at another time. Please call the School Office on 01522 527339 to speak to a member of our team.
Our admission policy is available to download here.
We have an agreed admission number of 90 pupils. Mount Street Academy will accordingly admit 90 pupils in the relevant age group each year if sufficient applications are received. We adhere to The School Admissions (Infant Class Sizes) (England) Regulations 2012 which states that no infant class may contain more than 30 pupils while an ordinary teaching session is conducted by a single school teacher.
To apply for a place, please click here.
How to apply for a school place in Nursery
Mount Street Nursery offers a variety of places for parents wishing to access either the Universal Early Education (free 15 hours), the Extended Childcare Provision (free 30 hours) as well as the opportunity to purchase additional sessions for their child.
The Nursery operates for 38 weeks a year, during school term time only.
We offer Nursery provision between the hours of
* 9:00am - 12:00pm
* 12:15pm - 3:15pm
If parents require wrap around care, before 9:00am or after 3:15pm, we can direct parents to our on-site children's club, called The Great Escape Club, who are open from 7:30am to 5:45pm daily. We know that parents/carers will want some flexibility over which days and sessions their child attends Nursery. We want to accommodate this wherever we can.
Please download the admission policy below. Please be aware that admission to our nursery does not guarantee an automatic place in Reception in our school. Applications for Reception must be made on a separate application through Lincolnshire County Council and be submitted by the statutory deadline in order to be considered. A parent can register their child up to a year before the child is three.