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Possible 2-year-old places in Nursery
We are hoping to offer places for 2-year-olds in our nursery from September. As part of our application to set up this provision we need to find out if there is a demand for places. If you (or someone you know) have a 2-year-old and would be interested in a place please click here to register your interest.
Once you have registered your interest we can support you with checking your eligibility for a funded place.
Who we are
The Rydal Academy is a large and vibrant primary school for pupils aged 3 to 11. The school provides nursery education for children from their third birthday and is structured in three classes per year group for Reception through to Year 6.
The school is housed in an expansive building with a bright, purposeful learning environment. The school benefits from extensive grounds, including a multi-use games area, nature garden, allotment, four Early Years outdoor learning areas, field, outdoor classroom and two playgrounds.
The school provides an extensive and free extra-curricular and extended curriculum offer as well as free wraparound childcare from 7:30am until 6pm.
For any further information about school policies, procedures or any other aspect of school practice please contact the school office in writing, by email, by telephone, in person or through the ‘Contact Us’ section of this website.
All policies are available in hard copy from the school office or electronically on the website.
At The Rydal Academy we believe that every pupil should have access to a broad and balanced curriculum, which will meet their future needs in education
We believe in the widest possible horizons for learning and aim to achieve the finest Primary education to be found anywhere.
We believe that it is important to extend children’s experiences of the curriculum beyond the school day. The Rydal Academy provides a wide range of activities, which take place at the end of the school day. Extra-curricular timetables are published annually. All activities are free and are run by school staff. Clubs are accessible to pupils from Reception to Year 6 depending on the activity.