Choosing a school is one of the most important decisions that you make for your family. Visiting us and meeting the pupils and staff is the best way of knowing whether Yateley Manor will be the right place for your child. Parents who visit Yateley Manor say they know very quickly that it is right for them.
We hope that these steps will guide you through our entry process.
Have a look around our website. If you would like to request a full prospectus then please contact our Admissions Team:
You are warmly invited to visit us to get a better feel for the school and meet the Headmaster, Robert Upton, as well as our staff and children. We hold regular Open Mornings.
Alternatively prospective parents are invited for an individual appointment with the Headmaster, Robert Upton. If you would like to arrange a meeting with the Headmaster please contact our Admissions Team
Children are able to join Yateley Manor at any point throughout the school year, providing places are available. To apply for a place at Yateley Manor, the Registration Form should be completed and returned to the school, together with the £100 Registration Fee.
Once children are registered for a place at Yateley Manor, they will be invited for a 'Taster Day'. This day will give children the opportunity to meet staff and spend a day within their year group. The day may include a few very informal assessments, but our aim is to ensure that the child has a fun and relaxed time, whilst gaining a snapshot of a typical day at Yateley Manor.
Children wishing to join Yateley Manor, at Year 3 (age 7) in September will be invited to join our current Year 2 children for two familiarisation days in the Spring and Summer Terms preceding their entry. Again, these days are very informal and are designed to be enjoyable and relaxed occasions.
WHAT HAPPENS NEXT
Once you and your child have visited the school and you wish to take up a place, we will write to you again requesting a deposit. All necessary forms and paperwork for your child's entry in to Yateley Manor will then be generated.