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LOOKING TO REGISTER YOUR CHILD?

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We are Ofsted registered and at our last inspection in May 2023, Ofsted graded us overall Good and Outstanding in Behaviours and Attitudes. Please download our Ofsted report below.
The best way to see the quality of our care and educational provision, is by coming along to see us, so you can see for yourself what we can offer your child.  Please contact us on 01763 273005 or email us to arrange a suitable date and time.

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Our admissions for the academic year September 2023 - July 2024 and waiting list up to July 2025 are full, so we are now only registering children for admission from September 2025.

To join our waiting list for a place (from September 2025 only), we ask parents to complete a registration form (available below) and pay a deposit. Once we have received these we will write to you to confirm we have placed your child on our waiting list. 

We usually have two intakes per year, September and January. Places will be offered for these intakes in April (for September) and late October (for January). All places are subject to availability and so a place on our waiting list does not guarantee a space. If we are unfortunately unable to offer your child a place you will be given the choice of either remaining on our waiting list for the next intake or to leave the waiting list.

We aim to make your child's transition from home to nursery as smooth as possible and have put together some helpful advice for parents which is included in your child's new starter pack. We offer parents at least two settling-in sessions prior to their child's first day.  If you or the Nursery Managers think that your child will need more than this, then we will be happy to accommodate this until both you and your child are happy. The purpose of settling-in sessions is to allow both you and your child to become familiar with the new surroundings and staff.  Your child's Keyperson will also go through a Settling-in plan with you, this allows us to gather important detailed information about your child to assist in a smooth transition.

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If your child is 3 they will be entitled to nursery funded hours the term after their 3rd birthday.  All 4 year olds receive the funded hours. We are registered with Herts County Council enabling children to receive a maximum of 15 funded hours a week or up to 24 funded hours a week for eligible families (subject to session availability). We are also registered under the 2 year old scheme allowing us to apply for funding for some 2 year olds where a family meets certain criteria set out by The Government. Additional/unfunded hours are charged at £7.50 for 2 year olds and £7.25 for 3 and 4 year olds. Our session fee is £29.00 per morning session for 3 + year olds and £30.00 for 2 year olds.All fees are due within the first week of each half term.  We will issue you with an invoice before the end of the previous half term to let you know the amount payable.  At least half a terms written notice is required should you wish your child to leave or reduce sessions.  If this is not given then one months fees in lieu of notice is required.

Click here for our term dates
Joining our waiting list: Programs

Westmill Nursery Virtual Tour

Joining our waiting list: Video
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