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Kings Hill School Primary & Nursery

Inspired to believe, Inspired to achieve


Welcome to our Nursery Class

We are set in the heart of the Kings Hill community and offer a unique nursery experience where we are committed to developing children from a young age, fostering their interest in learning and establishing positive and caring relationships.

Our Nursery benefits from the full resources and teaching expertise of Kings Hill School. Children are taught by a qualified teacher and teaching assistants and have dedicated mid-day supervisors. The Nursery has a carefully designed space both inside and outside that encompasses all areas of the Early Years framework allowing children to grow in independence, curiosity and confidence.

Children who attend the Nursery have access to the facilities of the school including playing fields, wildlife and woodland area, growing areas, football pitches, MUGA (Multi-Use Games Area), all-weather running track, ICT suite, library, music studio and a large indoor hall. Children are also very much part of Kings Hill School and attend assemblies and have opportunities to spend time with older children.

Our Nursery is a caring environment where all children are encouraged to succeed and are treated as individuals. Our school values of respect, courage, kindness, cooperation, resilience and responsibility are also embedded within our Nursery and prepare our children for the next stage of starting primary school.

Information for Parents and Carers
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Our EYFS Environment

The Nursery and EYFS environment at Kings Hill School has been  redesigned and upgraded to reflect a dynamic and engaging learning environment both indoors and outside. The school has invested into this area to ensure that all children have the best possible start to their education.

Indoor Environment

Our Nursery Class has a carefully designed learning space to provide inspirational learning opportunities. It includes a wet area for messy play and creative activities as well as designated learning zones for literacy, maths, small world and role play. There is also an interactive whiteboard screen and an inviting reading area. The classroom space has been developed to encompass all areas of the EYFS curriculum ensuring continuous and enhanced provision throughout the day.

Outdoor Environment

Our outdoor learning space is a secure and safe space for children to learn and play. It enables children to explore across the different areas of learning providing opportunities for their social, emotional and physical development.









It includes water and sand play as well as trails and balance planks. There is a roadway for cycling, a mud kitchen and areas for planting and digging.

Nursery Curriculum

Yearly Overview


Curriculum Maps

Term 1 Curriculum Map

Term 2 Curriculum Map

Term 3 Curriculum Map 

Term 4 Curriculum Map 

Term 5 Curriculum Map  

Term 6 Curriculum Map

Working in partnership with parents

We encourage a strong parent partnership and recognise the importance of everyone working together. We build positive relationships with children and families through:

  • Introductory visits to the Nursery and to EYFS so that parents can meet staff and see the school in action.
  • An open door policy where you are able to meet with staff to discuss any queries you may have.
  • School Newsletters and weekly learning updates.
  • Two consultations a year with teacher/parent/key worker
  • Learning Journey reports sent out three times during the year
  • Stay and play sessions

There are individual parent/teacher/key person meetings twice a year to discuss children’s progress. There are also progress reports sent to parents each term.

All children have Home/Nursery School contact books and reading records.

Structure of the Day

Morning Session

8.35 a.m. to 11.35 a.m.

Lunch Session

11.35 a.m. to 12.20 p.m.

Afternoon Session

12.20 p.m. to 3.20 p.m.


All children are entitled to 15 hours per week of funded childcare commencing the term after their 3rd birthday. If both parents are working, you may be entitled to 30 hours of free childcare, subject to meeting certain criteria, applications can be made at

The Government-funded sessions do not include our Lunch session, which is chargeable, should you wish your child to stay for a full day. School dinners are available or you may send in a packed lunch.

You are also able to ‘top up’ your child’s sessions, subject to availability and charges.

Funding for Two Year Olds

FREE Early Education FOR 2 Year Olds (known in Kent as the FF2 Scheme)

Up to 15 hours per week of free early education and childcare is available to eligible two year olds as part of the Governments strategy to extend the offer of free early education and childcare.

Kings Hill School nursery offers a small number of 2 year old funded places.

To find out if you are eligible please follow the link to the KCC information page

FF2-Information-Sheet-for-Parents-and-Carers.pdf (
For additional information and to check for availability please contact or 01732842739.

The costs are as follows:

30 hours of funding is funded by the government if eligible when a child turns 3.

Information to check eligibility is as follows:-

***Please note: there is a price increase from September 2024***

Morning Session


Afternoon Session


Lunch Session (home-packed lunch)


Lunch Session (school meal)


Additional snack per session



Children may bring a packed lunch if they stay during the lunch session. Alternatively, they may access a school dinner through TCS Catering. There is a charge for the lunch session to cover staffing costs and a charge for a school dinner.

Children have dedicated Mid-day supervisors and eat alongside our EYFS children. Children in the Nursery class have access to their own outdoor space at lunchtimes.


At Kings Hill Primary and Nursery School our children are proud to be members of our school and wear our uniform. The uniform has been designed to be practical for our nursery children while reflecting the high standards expected at school.

  • Kings Hill Sweatshirt/Cardigan with school logo (this is different from the main school's jumpers/cardigans as it will be made from sweatshirt material to be more practical for Nursery aged children but still ensure they feel fully part of the school).
  • Navy school style trousers/skirt/pinafore
  • White polo shirt
  • Practical shoes. For safety no open-toe sandals, high-heels, platforms, roller shoes or crocs.


 Our Nursery takes children aged between 3 years and up to 5 years old.

  • The minimum number of hours booked must be 15 hours.
  • A limited number of government-funded 30-hour spaces are available.
  • Parents and guardians wishing to apply for a nursery place must complete the Kings Hill School Nursery Application Form which is available from our school office or on our website.
  • The School Office will contact you in due course if we are able to offer your child a space.
  • Whilst the Nursery will always consider in-year admissions, subject to availability, our main nursery intake is in September and January of each year.

Please note that attendance at our Nursery does not guarantee a place in our Reception classes.

Application Form

If you would like to apply for a place in the Nursery at Kings Hill School then please Click Here for an application form you can email to us. Alternatively, paper copies are available from the office. Thank you for your interest and we will confirm spaces with you shortly.




2025/26 - We are accepting applications (Once applications are received, you will receive an email to confirm. We will be in touch again in Jan 25' with our open day date)


2026/27 - We are accepting applications


2027/28 - We are accepting applications