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Colston Bassett Preparatory School  |  School Lane, Colston Bassett, Nottingham NG12 3FD

Telephone: 01949 81118  |  Email: enquiry@colstonbassettschool.com

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Information For Parents

This section of the website is a resource for parents, where important information, school policies, notices and dates can be accessed.

Emergency information such as school closures due to adverse weather will usually be displayed on the Home Page. We will contact you by telephone in these situations, but please also check the website for this information.

School opening hours:

8.30am – 3.45pm

Extra curricular clubs run until 5.15pm Monday to Thursday evenings and 4.30pm Friday evenings throughout the year (see Extra Curricular Activities page).

Before and afterschool care is available from 8.00am - 6.00pm on request.


We believe the key to educational success is a good partnership with parents. We therefore operate an “open door” policy so parents can raise small concerns with their child’s teacher before they become major issues. Parents receive reports on their child’s progress during the Autumn and Summer Terms.