Information for Prospective parents
Year R Starters – September 2023
School Tours: Autumn 2023
If your child is due to start school in September 2023, we would welcome you to visit our school. We are currently booking school tours for the autumn term.
Surrey County Council is the admission authority for this school. To find up to date information about the school’s admission arrangements; details on how to apply, either as part of the normal intake or during the school year; and information on how to appeal, please use this link to the Surrey County Council website – www.surreycc.gov.uk/admissions.
All tours last approximately 40 minutes.
You are most welcome to bring your child along if you would like to.
If you also have younger children, prams or pushchairs will be left in the library while your infant remains in your care.
If you are unable to attend this tour, we would be grateful if you could please advise us as soon as possible so that we can make the place available to someone else and re-book you to another tour if necessary.
School Tour Booking Form
If you would like to book a school tour as a prospective parent, please complete your contact details, including your telephone number. We also require your child's name and date of birth. If you have any questions or special requirements, please add to the message box.
In the meantime, the pupils and staff have created a video to allow you to take a glimpse of what school life is like at Audley. We hope you enjoy it!
Please feel free to browse through our school website to gain further information.
A message from our Chair of Governors:
“……….Audley School Governors help to ensure that Audley Primary has a clear strategic direction, monitoring educational performance, resources, finance and safeguarding, all with the aim to achieve the best outcomes for all pupils.
While not a visible part of the school day to day, governors are closely engaged with School life throughout the year; attending inset days and training with staff, attending key events, meeting with subject-lead teachers, checking in with the School Business Manager regularly, meeting families at parents evening – and much more. For example during 2021/22 we will be engaging with pupils, staff and parents to hear their views on lessons and learning to evaluate the recovery curriculum.
Many of the governors have children who are currently at or have been to Audley or other schools; they bring valuable insights from their roles in the community and skills and experience they have developed in their working lives. We work together as a team to complement and enhance the leadership at Audley acting as a ‘critical friend’ in supporting, and challenging, the headteacher. Governors also play a key role in recruiting staff.
If you wish to contact the governors to discuss any matter, please do so by first contacting the school office………..”
Chair: Mrs K Clayton
I hope the information helps you in making your decision and look forward to meeting you soon.
Mrs M Rebello