Part of the Glyn Academies Trust

Prospective Parents

Welcome to Cuddington

One of the best ways to get to know a school is to visit. Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 restrictions we are unable to host visits to the school at this current time.

We are currently preparing a number of presentations which we will share with you in the coming  days which will help to give you a feel of Cuddington Croft. 

 

A very warm welcome awaits your child at Cuddington Croft where they can foster their love of learning in a warm, friendly setting.

 

At Cuddington our curriculum is designed to instil high aspirations in all of our pupils and to encourage them to become resilient, life long learners who embrace challenges and continue to grow. Our children will be inspired to follow which ever path they choose whilst being well-rounded , conscientious citizens of our community. Our 6C values enrich and underpin our curriculum to ensure Cuddington children are prepared and equipped to succeed in their futures in an ever changing world.

 

We hope this information gives you some insight into life at Cuddington Croft. 

Our comprehensive website contains a wide range of information regarding school life, which we would encourage you to browse at your leisure.  We also have an active Twitter account @CC_Primary where you will be able to get a flavour of all the exciting things that happen both inside and outside of the classroom.

Our 6Cs

Caring -- Committed -- Courageous -- Creative -- Cooperative -- Calm

6c

At Cuddington we live by these 6C's and encourage and nuture the children to live by them too. Each week is dedicated to a specific 6C and the video below will demonstrate how we live by these. 

Our curriculum gives children opportunities to develop enquiring minds and a life long love of learning. We believe in celebrating every success and preparing our children for the future. We pride ourselves on giving our children a range of experiences to bring their learning to life, from hands on workshops, performances and trips to our three residentials trips in years 4, 5 and 6 where we see our children develop and become ready for the next step in their journey. 

Information for Prospective Parents

Starting school is an exciting time for you and your child and we hope this information helps you understand the admission procedure for Cuddington Croft. 

Our Early Years Foundation stage is made up of three classes, one Nursery class and two Reception classes. The Early Years Foundation Stage follows a play-based curriculum and children learn through a mix of child-initiated activities and adult directed tasks. At Cuddington, our aim is to provide the children with an engaging and stimulating environment. To encourage the children to foster an early love of learning and to help develop their independence and problem-solving skills, to set them on the right path for the rest of their school years and beyond.

Nursery

At Cuddington Croft we are able to tailor our nursery provision to the needs of our local families. We offer either 15 hours universal funded childcare or 30 hours provision if you are eligible. Children start in Nursery in the September after they turn three.  Our Nursery is open Monday to Friday, term time and school hours.

We offer the following sessions:

Monday, Tuesday all day and Wednesday morning session.

Wednesday afternoon and Thursday and Friday all day. .

Monday to Friday all day

All admissions to Nursery are managed by the school. Our Admission Policy for September 2021 will be available shortly, along with details of how to make your application.

You will be able to find more information about this academic year in Nursery at our Joining us in Nursery page. The information and documents are specific to the 20/21 academic year however if will give you an overview of what to expect should your child join us in September 2021.

Reception

Every year in September we welcome 60 pupils. They are split up into two classes with a class teacher and teaching assistant. Reception have their own self contained playground area that they share with Nursery which allows the children to play and learn together. 

To make your application for Reception you will be required to apply to your home borough (ie where you pay your council tax to) - if you live in Epsom and Ewell please apply to Surrey County Council and if you live in Sutton, apply to London Borough of Sutton.

Please click here for more information regarding making an application.

You will be able to find more information about this academic year in Reception at our Joining us in Reception page. The information and documents are specific to the 20/21 academic year however if will give you an overview of what to expect should your child join us in September 2021.

Year 3

We offer an additional 6 spaces for children moving from Year 2 to Year 3 (Infants to Juniors),  if you wish to make an application please apply to your home borough (where you pay your council tax to) - if you live in Epsom and Ewell please apply to Surrey County Council and if you live in Sutton, apply to London Borough of Sutton,

Please click here for more information regarding making an application.

In-Year Admissions

If you are moving into the area from elsewhere in the UK or from overseas and would like to make an application, these are referred to as an 'in-year' admission.

In-year admissions for Cuddington Croft are managed by Surrey County Council.

Please click here for more information regarding making an application.

We look forward to seeing you soon!