For information on how we consider applications, selecting pupils and our ‘over-subscription criteria’ please see our Admission Policy here
Please contact Norfolk County Council to find more information concerning our admission arrangements and appeals.


Rollesby Primary School with Nursery School, has 20 for two year olds in FS1 (Foundation Stage 1) and three to four year olds.
The school holds two waiting lists for admission to nursery – one for children waiting for a funded school nursery place and one for two year olds.
For a funded place, most children will start in September, but additional children may be admitted in January and April if there are still spaces available. Two-year-olds may take up a place as soon as a space is available anytime throughout the year.

Nursery fees are as follows: 

Morning Session 8:45am – 11:45

  • Morning 8:45am – 11:45am £14.65
  • Lunch 11:45am – 12:15pm (Does not include lunch) £2.50
  • Afternoon 12:15pm – 3:35pm £14.65

For more information regarding funding and charges for additional sessions please contact the office: 

Primary School

At Rollesby Primary School, we have five classes covering 170 pupils in mixed age ranges.

We supplement this learning with interventions where they are needed to ensure everyone’s individual learning needs are catered for.



Towards the end of the summer term all new intake children have the opportunity to spend two days at the school: meeting teachers, looking around the school and working on challenges in preparation for the September transfer. If you are moving into the area and want to send your child to Caister Primary Federation, please contact the Head of Central Services for an appointment. You will be given the opportunity to view the school, complete admissions documents and receive a prospectus.

The school’s admission limit for 2021/22, agreed with the Children’s Services, is 20 children per class. In the event of over subscription, preference will be given to children living nearer to the school according to the following criteria, in order of priority.
Children living within the designated area served by the schools who:

• Children with a statement of special needs
• Children looked after by the Local Authority
• Have a sibling attending the school at the time of their admission
• Have a sibling attending either school
• Have no sibling connection with either school Children living outside the designated area served by the school who:
• Have an older brother or sister attending at the time of admission.
• Have a sibling attending the adjoining Infant School
• Have no sibling connection with the Junior School or Infant School
• Have medical conditions resulting in them being recommended by a doctor to attend the school.

If a request for admission is refused, parents have the right of appeal to an independent appeals panel.