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All Saints'

C of E Primary School

Inspired by christ - Reaching out to all - Being the best we can be




Welcome to All Saints' Nursery

From the age of 3, we welcome children from all backgrounds and faiths into a secure environment that offers a huge range of experiences. 

Our vibrant Nursery is a nurturing and stimulating setting; it is filled with the energy of children who are continually encouraged to approach the world with curiosity, a spirit of exploration and a growth mindset so that they have the opportunity to reach their full learning potential.

We develop positive relationships and believe in a strong parent/carer-school partnership.  Children are encouraged to develop their independence and use their imagination, curiosity and inquisitiveness; this helps them to acquire and develop the knowledge, skills and positive attitudes that they need to be ready for the next stage of their learning journey.  

Every child is importance to us at All Saints'; we ensure that they are all given every opportunity to thrive happily in a safe, caring and inclusive environment.


- Mrs Jane Corkill

Head Teacher 


When can my child join All Saints' Nursery?

All children are entitled to 15 free hours a week of child care provided by the government and can start at All Saints' Nursery for free, the term following their third birthday.


Month of third birthdayTerm of third birthdayTerm child can start at All Saints' utilising 15/30 free hours
April (after the Easter holidays)*, May, June, July, AugustSummer TermAutumn Term following 3rd birthday
April (after the Easter holidays)*, May, June, July, AugustAutumn TermSpring Term following 3rd birthday
January, February, March, April (before or during the Easter holidays)*Spring TermSummer Term following 3rd birthday


* Depending on when Easter falls, April birthdays can be before, during or after the Easter holidays; the term that an April-born child can start at All Saints' will vary accordingly. 


What are 15 or 30 free hours?

All children are entitled to 15 free hours a week of child care provided by the government which is the equivalent to part-time attendance.  15 hours equates to 5 (3-hour) sessions per week.  Children will attend for 3 hours from Monday to Friday. Parents and carers can request which sessions (morning or afternoon) they want their child to attend, we will do our best to accommodate this.

Some children are entitled to 30 free hours which is a full-time place at our nursery.  This consists of all morning and afternoon sessions, but does not include the lunch hour. To find out if you are entitled to 30 free hours please click here


What are the opening and closing times?

The main operating hours of our Nursery are 8.45am-3.45pm

 Start of SessionEnd of Session
Morning Session8.45am11.45am
Afternoon Session12.45pm3.45pm


What are the top-up fees?

If there is space, parents and carers can top up the amount of hours that their child attends the nursery.

Top up fee, for 1 extra session (morning or afternoon)£22.50 (£7.50 an hour for 3 hours)
Lunch hour with lunch provided from home£7.50


Please contact the school office to top-up on an ad-hoc basis or to discuss this further and we will do our best to accommodate your needs.  School office: 020 8445 2951




Applications for Nursery are welcome between 1st February and 1st May within the school year that your child turns 2 years old. 

Children will ordinarily start Nursery the term after their 3rd birthday.


  • Children born between September to December will start in the January Spring Term (after Christmas holidays)
  • Children born between January to March will start in the April Summer Term (after Easter holidays)
  • Children born between April to 31st August will start in the September Autumn Term (after Summer holidays)


Supplementary Information Forms are only required from parishioners belonging to All Saints' Church and will need to be signed by Rev. Kim Quak-Winslow.


If you attend any other church, or do not practise any faith, you do not need to supply us with a Supplementary Information Form.



We are a maintained nursery within a primary school which means that:


  • We are led by a headteacher and employ qualified teachers to lead the curriculum
  • Our early years practitioners are highly qualified and experienced professionals
  • Our special needs and disabilities co-ordinator (SENDCo) is a qualified teacher with the appropriate SEND qualification
  • We are in an independent EYFS building with its own outdoor learning space
  • We are part of a thriving primary school which facilities the smoothest possible transition from Nursery to Reception
  • Please note we are not a feeder nursery to All Saints' CE Primary School and parents will still need to apply via Barnet Admissions for a place in our Reception class
  • We are inspected by Ofsted and were rated 'Good' in our last inspection





At All Saints' Primary School, we use an online tool to record, track and communicate children's progress with Parents and Carers.  We record moments of learning using electronic devices and link this to the Early Years Curriculum.  Parents can also contribute to these observations and help build a complete pictures of a child's development and priorities for future learning. 


To access Tapestry, Parents and Carers first need to activate their account.  All parents should receive login details via the email supplied to the school office.  If you are having problems with accessing Tapestry then please contact the school office.