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Admission Policy

 Catkins: “Rising 2s”

                     Children who are 2 before December 31st start in September

                    Children who are 2 before the end of Spring term start in January

                    Children who are 2 up until 31st August start in the Summer term

Acorns: 2-3 year olds Children must be 2 before 31st August and during the year will turn into 3 year olds

White Oaks: 3-4 year olds Children must be 3 before 31st August and during the year will turn into 4 year olds  (please note: all children entering this class must be toilet trained and full time attendance is compulsory).

Red Oaks: 4-5 year olds Children must be 4 before 31st August and during the year will turn into 5 year olds

Breite Oaks: 5-6 year olds Children must be 5 before 31st August and during the year will turn into 6 year olds

 

If a class is oversubscribed then the waiting list will be administered as follows:

Priority 1: Sibling links

Priority 2: Resident in Stejarii Complex

Priority 3: Nationality

 

At all times, a full time subscriber takes precedence over a part time subscriber.

 

Fees are paid in the preceding term. The school reserves the right to withdraw the place if fees are not paid. One a place has been withdrawn there will be a re-entry fee of 800Euros.

 

Waiting List

When a class is deemed full, a prioritised waiting list will be strictly administered.

    Sibling link is the strongest priority and it would only be in exceptional cases that a sibling would not be admitted to the school.
    After that, the balance of nationalities in the class will be considered, including whether the child is a native English speaker.
    Whether the child is a resident of Stejarii complex will be taken into consideration. However, residence in the complex does not entitle anyone to a place.
    All things being equal, the age of the child will be a factor, with older children taking priority.