Free Nursery

Each three year old child is entitled to 15 hours of free, government funded, nursery education.  From September 2017 we are offering the following provision :

 

5 Mornings - 8.45am - 11.45am

OR

5 Afternoons - 12.30pm - 3.30 pm

 

FROM SEPTEMBER 2017 - 30 HOURS A WEEK NURSERY PLACE

If you and your partner work 16 hours or more (just one parent needs to work if a single parent) then you could be eligible for 30 hours a week.  From September we will be offering this every day from 8.45 am to 3.30pm for children eligible.

Parents need to log on to: www.childcarechoices.gov.uk to check own eligibility.  

If eligible a code will be supplied to you that school will need to be informed of by completion of a Parent Declaration Form that can be collected from Nursery or the school office. Confirmation of a place will be given by school after our checks with the Authority have been completed.

Please click for Frequently Asked Questions

 

RY PLACE

Nursery Provision

Our school nursery is an excellent preparation for starting school in reception. Our nursery class is linked to our reception class, so your child will meet the reception class teacher and all of the key adults. It is an excellent way to start school!

If you wish to put your child's name down on our waiting list, please contact the school office.   Currently, we admit new pupils in September, January and April - subject to availability.

 

2 year old children

From September 2016 we have admitted two year old children who are entitled to 15 hours free provision subject to criteria set by local government (please see below).  If the criteria does not apply to your family circumstances, we can also offer sessions that you can pay for and currently one 3 hour session costs £15.00 (up to 5 sessions per week) subject to availability.

Please contact Mrs. C. Walsh, or the school office for further information.

National criteria

§  Children who are in the care of the local authority

§  Children whose families are in receipt of the following financial support:

·         Income Support

·         Income-based Job Seekers' Allowance

·         Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

·         Universal Credit (New Benefits system)

·         Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999

·         the Guaranteed element of State Pension Credit

·         Child Tax Credit provided they are not also entitled to Working Tax Credit and have an annual gross income of no more than £16,190

·         Children whose families receive Working Tax credits and have gross earnings of no more than £16,190 per year

·         Children who have left care through special guardianship or an adoption or residence order.

·         Children on a Child Protection Plan

•       Children who have a current statement of SEN or an Education, Health and Care plan

•       Children who attract Disability Living Allowance;

 

Please click this link for Bolton Council information leaflet