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2 Year Old Nursery

Welcome to our 2 year old Nursery


Our 2 year old nursery has been purpose-built and provides children with the space and resources to play, explore and learn.




15 hours free childcare for 2 year olds


Your child may be entitled to 15 hours fee child care. You can check by following this link:  Bolton Council's Eligibility Checker for 2 year old funding or by calling into the school office, where we can complete this check for you. 


You will need the following information: 


  • Child’s name and date of birth
  • Address and postcode
  • Parents/ carers national insurance number (or NASS Number)
  • Parents/carers date of birth
  • Contact details - phone & email address
  • Birth certificate/ passport or any form of ID for the child

How do I know if I am entitled to 15 hours funding for my 2 year old?


Your 2-year-old can get free childcare if you live in England and get one of the following benefits:

  • Income Support
  • income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA)
  • income-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
  • Universal Credit, and your household income is £15,400 a year or less after tax, not including benefit payments
  • child tax credits, and your household income is £16,190 a year or less before tax
  • the guaranteed element of Pension Credit
  • the Working Tax Credit 4-week run on (the payment you get when you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit)

2-year-olds can also get free childcare if they:

You may have to pay for extra costs like meals, nappies or trips.

Contact your childcare provider or local council to find out more.


If you’re a non-EEA citizen who cannot claim benefits


Your 2-year-old may get free childcare if you are getting support under the Immigration and Asylum Act and have either:

  • claimed asylum in the UK and are waiting for a decision (known as ‘part 6’)
  • been refused asylum in the UK (known as ‘section 4’)

A 2-year-old you care for may also get free childcare if your household income is £15,400 a year or less after tax, and you have any of the following:

  • leave to remain with ‘no recourse to public funds’ on family or private life grounds
  • support from your local council because you have ‘a child in need’, for example they have a disability or a child protection plan
  • the right to live in the UK because you’re the main carer of a British citizen (known as a ‘Zambrano Carer’)

Check with your local council if you’re unsure if you can get free childcare.

Ofsted Report about our Early Years Unit


Our Ofsted report identified the 2 year old Nursery unit as Outstanding.  The Inspectors summary of key findings are:


  • that the staff and senior leaders in school have the highest aspirations .... 
  • The children's love of learning and exploration is significantly enhanced .....
  • All children make excellent progress in their learning and development.
  • Staff support children who have special educational Needs ....
  • All staff are inspiring role models who have high expectations for children.
  • Partnerships with parents are embedded in practice.  
  • Staff give high regard to creating a quality environment with interesting activities.  


A full copy of the Ofsted report can be seen below.  

How you can help your child get ready for Nursery

See below some examples of the fun we have in Nursery