Mrs Kate Frankland - Prep Admissions Manager
Telephone - 01473 281302
Email - email@example.com
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Preparatory School Entry
Ipswich Prep School is currently accepting registrations for September 2017 entry with places available from Nursery to Year 5.
Registration for all years from Nursery to Year 6 for the academic year 2018/19 and beyond are also being accepted.
Nursery sessions for the Summer Term commencing Tuesday 18 April 2017, are nearly all gone. Register now for Nursery September 2017.
Come along to our Open Morning on Saturday 30 September, from 9.30-12.00pm for a chance to see the school during a normal school day.
Please contact Mrs Kate Frankland, Prep Admissions Manager, for further information: 01473 281302, firstname.lastname@example.org
All parents wishing to register their children for the Preparatory School (including the Nursery) use the same standard form. Application forms can be downloaded (see above) or obtained from the Prep Admissions Manager at the school (Tel: 01473 281302). A non-refundable registration fee of £50 is payable (or £25 where there is a sister or brother already in the school).
Once a child is offered a place in the Prep Nursery, parents will be asked to complete a Form of Acceptance of a Place and pay an Acceptance Fee of £100. Upon payment of this fee, the place is formally reserved and the usual notice periods for withdrawal apply. The Acceptance Fee is refunded at the end of the last term a pupil is in the Nursery.
When a place is offered in the Prep (Reception - Year 6), parents will be asked to complete a Form of Acceptance of a Place and pay an Acceptance Fee of £200. Upon payment of this fee, the place is formally reserved and the usual notice periods for withdrawal apply. The Acceptance Fee is payable only once and is refunded at the end of the last term a pupil is at Ipswich School (including the Senior School).
Before accepting a place for their child, parents are asked to read the Parent Contract and accept the rules and regulations governing their child's conduct and their own relationship with the school in such matters as payment of fees and requests for absence.