Lime Tree offers morning nursery sessions - 15 hours a week - 9am-12pm for five mornings. These sessions are fully funded by the government from the term after children turn 3 years old.
During the session children will engage in experiences and activities planned around their interests to move them on to the next step in their learning. As part of the school ethos of ‘healthy body, brain and heart ‘children have an exercise session every day and try a range of healthy foods at snack time. The children are encouraged to learn outside and inside and use all of the school’s facilities to give them a successful foundation for learning.
Currently the morning session runs from 9.00am to 12.00pm
Please consult the Kingston Borough website on www.kingston.gov.uk to find out more about Nursery Education in Kingston . The website provides you with full information about the different types of nursery education available as well as when and how to apply for a nursery place.
Alternatively, please click on the below link to access the Nursery education in Kingston booklet:
The school has one main intake in September, although if there are any places available during the year they will be allocated for a January and post-Easter start date based on the standard admissions criteria. Children are eligible for a nursery place the term after they turn three years old. The deadline to apply for a September 2021 place is Friday 5th March.
Due to the current situation with COVID-19 it is not possible for the school to hold any Nursery open event visits to the school. If you would like further information please contact the school office at:
If you child is offered a place we will arrange for the Nursery Teacher to ring or meet with you remotely via google.
Should you wish to be considered for a place please fill out the Nursery admissions form below and return it to the school:
Completed forms should be returned to the school office or via firstname.lastname@example.org
Our admissions' criteria:
1. Looked after children and previously looked after children
2. Children with a sibling in the school at the time of admission
3. Children with exceptional family, social or medical need
4. Children of staff members currently employed at the school
5. Children in order of proximity from the school to their home