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Ballyclare Nursery School, Grange Drive, Ballyclare

Kiwi Class- Ballyclare Nursery School Entry Profile 2024

Please complete every question as this information is very important to us. On the 'POLICIES' section of our school website you will be able to find the following information:  Our GDPR policy about how we use and store your data;  Child Protection - a guide for parents;  Ballyclare Nursery School Child Protection Policy (Including how to raise a child protection concern)

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For the purpose of Department of Education Annual Census we are required to collect the following information:

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Protestant
 
Catholic
 
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English
 
Irish
 
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We now need to ask you some medical information about your child:
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Yes
 
Other (Please Specify Below)

 
No
 
Yes- please add details below
 
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CHILD PROTECTION PERMISSIONS
Please select either agree or disagree to the following list of questions. *
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Monthly - £15 (in the monthly envelope sent home)
 
Termly- £40 by bank transfer
 
One payment £120- by bank transfer
 
Mother
 
Father
 
Legal Guardian
 
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PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY

A mother automatically has parental responsibility for her child from birth.

A father usually has parental responsibility if he’s either:

  • married to the child’s mother
  • listed on the birth certificate (after a certain date, depending on which part of the UK the child was born in)

Births registered in Northern Ireland:

A father has parental responsibility if he’s married to the mother at the time of the child’s birth.

If a father marries the mother after the child’s birth, he has parental responsibility if he lives in Northern Ireland at the time of the marriage.

An unmarried father has parental responsibility if he’s named, or becomes named, on the child’s birth certificate (from 15 April 2002).

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