To apply for a place at our Nursery School or Daycare, please bring in a Passport of Full Birth Certificate for the child and proof of address for the parent/carer (recent utility bill or bank/building society statement). We will register your child and once a place becomes available, we will contact you either by letter or telephone. You may register your child from birth, but please remember to update your details if they change from the time you register until they have started Nursery with us.
Please take a look at our admissions policy in the link below:
Nursery Places Criteria
All 3 to 4-year-olds in England can get 570 hours of free early education or childcare per year.This is usually taken as 15 hours each week for 38 weeks of the year.
From September 2017 working parents of 3 & 4 year olds maybe eligible for free a 30 hour place. Please see the criteria letter at the bottom of this page.
3 to 4-year-olds
You can start claiming free childcare after your child turns 3. The date you can claim will depend on when their birthday is.
When you can claim
1 January to 31 March
the beginning of term on or after 1 April
1 April to 31 August
the beginning of term on or after 1 September
1 September to 31 December
the beginning of term on or after 1 January
The free early education and childcare can be at:
Contact your local council for more information about free early education and childcare in your area.
You can’t continue to claim free childcare once your child starts reception class in a state school.
Some 2-year-olds in England can get 15 hours free early education and childcare.
You must be getting one of the following:
your child is eligible, you can start claiming after they turn 2. The date you can claim will depend on when their birthday is.
Free education and childcare for 2-year-olds
Your 2-year-old can get free childcare if you live in England and get one of the following benefits:
2-year-olds can also get free childcare if they:
You may have to pay for extra costs like meals, nappies or trips.
If you’re a non-EEA citizen who cannot claim benefits
Your 2-year-old may get free childcare if you are getting support under the Immigration and Asylum Act and have either:
A 2-year-old you care for may also get free childcare if your household income is £15,400 a year or less after tax, and you have either:
Check with your local council if you’re unsure if you can get free childcare.
Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland