If you would like your child to join our nursery, please print and complete the application form below. We require a registration fee of £30 to be able to process your application, which will then be taken off your first invoice. If your child is eligable for free early years education the registration fee will be waived. The Fee will also be returned to you if we are unable to accomodate your child.
Click on this link to download the aplication form Application Form- From September 2017.docx
Once completed, please return with registration fee to:
St. Michael's Community Nursery
The Village Hall
Cheques ahould be made payable to St. Michael's Community Nursery.
or email your completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org and contact satff for BACS payment details.
We accept Childcare vouchers.
Our fees for Acedemic year 2016~2017 are £7 per hour ( £21 per three hour session) for unfunded children.
We are registered on the Surrey Directory of Providers and are able to claim the Early Years Free Entitlement (EYFE) and Free Education for Two year olds (FEET) funding on your behalf.
At St. Michael's, children are eligiable for EYFE and FEET funding for 15 hours/week for 38 weeks a year. From September 2017 the government will fund upto 30 fully funded hours for eligible 3&4 year olds. We currently offer EYFE and FEET flexibly over 22 hours a week where spaces are avialable. If there is sufficient demand from eliigible families we may consider extending our opening hours to accomodate additional hours. Please contact the nursery for the lastest update. We may also be able to claim Early Years Pupil Premium for disadvantaged three and four year olds.
Please look at the below DfE document for frequently asked questions about 30 hours:-
New starters 2017 additional hours survey please dowload below and return by email.
The funding we receive from the government does not cover our running costs and thus we rely on parents to contribute to Nursery and local community fundraising events and activities. St. Michael's is managed by the nursery manager and a parent committee. We feel that being part of the village community benefits both our children and their familes and is a significant part of our ethos. Parents should not apply if they are unwilling to participate in, or contribute to, nursery and community events such as our Christmas Fair, Summer fete etc.