New York Primary School provides primary education for children aged 3 – 11 years
We also have a 16 place 2 Year Old Offer
Prospective parents are invited to visit school where new pupils are able to meet their potential classmates and Class Teacher. Additionally a visit will provide the opportunity to learn about the life of our school, including its ethos and values and what it means to be a ‘New Yorker’! Any questions can also be asked and queries clarified. Visits and a tour of the school can be arranged by contacting the school office on 0191 200 6338.
How to Apply
Full information on how to apply for a place in the school (including an online application form) is available on North Tyneside Council’s website www.northtyneside.gov.uk/schooladmission or by clicking on the link on the school website.
Alternatively, you may complete a paper application available from North Tyneside Local Authority.
Admissions to 2 year old provision
New York now offers 16 places for eligible two year olds to access fifteen hours of nursery provision in our Little NYCCs nursery suite. The sessions take place form 8.30am until 11.30 am daily for 37 weeks of the year.
Your child will be welcomed into a home from home setting to enjoy a range of early years activities in the term following their second birthday, The Little NYCCs team help children settle into routines, socialise with others and become more independent, at the same time as receiving a great early start to education.
To find out if you meet the criteria for a free place please pop in to the office where you will be helped to fill in an application form.
Please note that a place in Little NYCCs does not guarantee a place in the three year old nursery and admission to this must be applied for separately.
Admissions to Nursery
New York Primary School Nursery comprises of 52 place nursery (26 am and 26 pm). Admissions to the Nursery class are managed by the school office. Pupils are eligible to attend Nursery in the September after their 3rd Birthday. In order to be considered for a place, parents/carers must apply directly to the school. Please call into the school office or call the school on 0191 200 6338.
When places allow we are sometimes able to offer places to children throughout the course of the year. The start date will be after the child’s 3rd birthday. Place will be made as soon as possible after this date for children who are on our waiting list.
Please note that a place in the Nursery class does not guarantee a place in the Reception class.
The school has a waiting list that parents/carers can register their children on in advance of admission, although it is stressed that putting a name on the waiting list does not guarantee the offer of a place in school. When the school has received a completed Nursery Admission form, places will be allocated. Parents will be asked to confirm that they are accepting the place and will receive an invitation to a new starters meeting, where they will receive an admission pack, detailing start dates and other relevant information.
Admissions to Reception
Prospective parents are invited to visit the school during the autumn term before the in-take year, to see the school in action. All Reception children are admitted during the first week of the autumn term in September.
Parents are informed of the admission arrangements in some detail during visits to the school in the summer term. There is an opportunity during this term for children to visit their new class and teacher and for parents to meet staff and children, view the school, find out about our philosophy and organisation and raise any questions.
If you wish to apply for a place in any other year group at New York Primary School (Key Stages 1 and 2), then you should complete an In-year Application form which can be downloaded by clicking on the following link:
If you have any queries please contact the Access Team on telephone number 0191 643 8724
fax number 0191 643 2429. Please note that this form cannot currently be completed online.
In accordance with the School Admission Appeals Code, a timetable for appeals can be viewed along with further information on School admissions using the following links: