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Admission Policy for SHN 22.23
Admission Policy for 2 year funded places 22.23
OUR NURSERY CAN OFFER
up to 40 Part Time Places- 15 hours of education for 3-4 year old’s (Early years funded) TERM TIME only
up to 16 2 year old 15 funded hours places term time only
up t0 40 full time(30) hours for 3-4 year old’s term time only
UP TO 16 BREAKFAST CLUB PLACES EACH DAY (8:00-8:30AM)
UP TO 16 AFTER SCHOOL CLUB PLACES EACH DAY (3:30-6:00PM)
a number of paid places for 2,3 & 4 year old’s TERM TIME
holiday club 3-4 year olds only- wrap around care for children- subject to demand
Closing date for nursery Applications is 3rd march 2023
All applications after this date will be considered late applicants and added to the waiting list for September 2023.
The nursery follows the admission procedures for nursery places as, set out in the RBK information book for parents, ‘Nursery Education in Kingston upon Thames’
AFC Website for details for applications in Kingston
All parents/carers are welcome to apply for a nursery place at Surbiton Hill Nursery School
Our Catchment area is within Surbiton, Berrylands and Tolworth and we will consider applications from other parts of the Kingston borough
Children already accessing our 2 year old provision and living within the Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames will be entitled to a part-time place in our nursery classes in the term following their 3rd birthday
Parents/Carers are not able to apply for a place in Green class or Emerald class as these are allocated by the local authority through a SEN panel.
If your child has their third birthday between September 2022 and August 2023 they will eligible to use their universal 15 hours funding from September 2023 Please contact the office to inquire about any spaces.
30 hours free Education and Childcare
From September 2017 the government has provided 30 hours of childcare to working parents of 3 and 4 year olds. This entitles parents an additional 15 hours of free childcare will be available to families where both parents are working (or the sole parent is working in a lone parent family) and each parent earns the equivalent of 16 hours a week at the national minimum or living wage, and earns less than £100,000 a year. 30 hours childcare For more information please see the Department for Education website. http://www.foundationyears.org.uk/2017/03/dfe-faqs-on-30-hours-childcare-entitlement/ For more information regarding schemes to help with childcare https://www.gov.uk/government/news/tax-free-childcare-10-things-parents-should-know
Please contact the office on 020 8390 2555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org with your enquiries
Please find further information on 30 hours free childcare, tax free childcare, childcare vouchers and tax credits at child care choices.
For more information from the local authority about 30 hours funded places please following this link here.