Nursery (Ages 2-4)

King's Hawford is our rural and award-winning school, where pupils experience hands-on learning, discovering passions both in and outside of the classroom.

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Open Morning

Saturday 17th October 2020

9.30am - 12 noon

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During the school day

Nursery (Ages 2-4)

King’s St Alban’s is our beautiful and nurturing city centre nursery pupils discover, experience, and learn more every day.

Join us for our
Virtual Open Morning

Saturday 10th October 2020

9.30am - 12 noon

Book a Private Tour

During the school day

Ages 2-18

Two nurseries, one journey, endless opportunities. Find out more about the King's Worcester family of schools.

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Nursery FAQs

What age can children join King's Hawford or King's St Alban's nursery?

We take children as soon as they turn two. If you’d like them to start around the time of their second birthday feel free to come and visit us in advance so we can complete the registration process.
We do not anticipate that all children will be potty trained at this stage and we will support with any transition.

What hours do you operate?

We offer a full-time provision from 7.45am to 6.00pm (King's St Alban's) and 7.30am to 6.00pm (King's Hawford), Monday to Friday. You can choose half-day sessions and pick-up times to coincide with the traditional school day.
We also offer an extensive Holiday Club, which also operates between 7.30am and 6.00pm, Monday to Friday, during the school holidays to provide full support for working families.

What is included within the fees?

Fees cover all meals, snacks, and even outdoor waterproof clothing for Forest School sessions or outdoor walks around the extensive grounds at King's Hawford. Children enjoy a morning snack of fruit and milk. Lunch is a two-course cooked meal, and we provide sandwiches during the afternoon break. We also provide a light snack at 5.00pm at a small additional charge if children stay for our ‘late club’ provision. Parents simply need to provide nappies and wipes where required, a pair of wellington boots, and sun cream during the summer months.

Do Nursery children wear a uniform?

Yes, children need to wear uniform during term-time. This can be purchased through Schooltogs. Alternatively, we run second-hand uniform sales throughout the year. Children wear their own clothes for Holiday Club.

Do you accept childcare vouchers?

Yes, we accept childcare vouchers and payments made through child tax accounts.

Do you honour the free Early Years education funding?

We accept Nursery funding towards payment. Please contact our Registrar for details.

How do you communicate with parents?

Each child has a Key Worker who will take overall responsibility for your child’s well-being and will keep you up to date on their progress.
Communication really is key at this young age, so staff are always willing to chat to you during drop-off and pick-up time. Each child has a daily diary for communications with parents. We also host regular Parents’ Evenings so we can discuss your child’s well-being and progress in greater detail, alongside a yearly report at the end of the academic year.