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We hope that you will consider entrusting our school with the care and education of your child, whether they are starting out school for the first time in our part-time nursery, or moving to the area from another setting. We understand that choosing the right school is important, and one of the biggest decisions a parent will make.

Visits to our school are warmly encouraged before you make your decision, and we are always very happy to meet with prospective parents to discuss your child’s needs and your aspirations for them. First impressions count, and we hope that early in your visit, you will pick up on the ‘family feel’ which is at the heart of our school.


Applying for a School Place

If you decide you would like to apply for a place for your child at Haggonfields Primary School, please access Nottinghamshire County Council’s website – how to apply for a school place:-

Determined Admission Arrangements: 2022 -2023

Determined Admission Arrangements: 2020-201 and 2021-2022

Haggonfields Primary School joined the Diocese of Southwell & Nottingham Multi Academy Trust (SNMAT) on the 1st February 2020.  For details of the academy’s 2020-21 AND 2021-22 admission arrangements, please go to the Nottinghamshire County Council’s School admissions hub :-


Right of Appeal

Under the terms of the School Admissions Appeals Code 2012, if you apply for and are refused a place at Haggonfields Primary School you have the right to appeal.


Admission Appeals at SNMAT academies are managed by Nottinghamshire County Council Appeals Team, who provide an independent appeals process.  If you decide that you wish to proceed with an appeal, you should within 20 school days of the date of the refusal letter complete the online form on Nottinghamshire County Council's website:-


For parents/carers who are unable to use the online form, a printed form can requested from NCC's customer contact centre – 0300 500 80 80.  


Appeals at SNMAT academies will be heard by an Independent Appeals Panel in accordance with the School Admissions Code 2014, The School Admissions Appeals Code 2012 and Part 3 of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998.

Update:  SNMAT Admission Appeals During the Coronavirus Crisis

Given the situation relating to the current Coronavirus epidemic and the fast moving changes relating to Government advice on public health, the SNMAT has taken the difficult decision to suspend  its admissions appeals, for the foreseeable future, pending further guidance from the Department for Education.  This decision has been taken for the protection of all parties involved in the appeal hearing.


Nottinghamshire County Council who administer SNMATs admissions appeals has confirmed they are still taking appeals from parents and logging them as normal, so if you wish to register an appeal for an SNMAT partner academy, please go to NCC’s website and complete the online appeals form.