What We Offer

Here at Grove House Children's Centre we cater for children aged from 3 months to 5 years old. We are open from 8am-6pm 48 weeks of the year. Below are some details about attending our nursery. We also offer a range of activities, groups and courses for parents and families of Southall, as well as personal family support on a range of issues. Find out more about what we offer for families on our Children's Centre Activities page. For more information about what we offer at Grove House, please contact us.

Infants and Toddlers (3 months to 3 years)

We offer places in our 'Infants' and 'Toddlers' Centres for children from 3 months old. Babies and toddlers attending Grove House receive warm and loving care, and endless opportunities to explore and learn. We have purpose built spaces for our infants and toddlers, including a cosy sleep room and an exciting outdoor garden area. 

Places are limited in our 'Infants' and 'Toddlers' Centres, so please come in to our office and register as soon as possible, or contact us. For information about our prices, please see the Costs page.

2 Year Funding

If you are a parent or carer on a low income, or you are unemployed, you may be eligible to receive a free nursery place for 15 hours per week for your 2 year old. To find out if you meet the criteria, call Ealing Family Information Services on (020) 8825 5588 or email children@ealing.gov.uk.

Places for 2 year olds are limited, so as soon as you have received conformation of your eligibility, please come in to our office and register or contact us.

Over Threes (3 - 5 years old)

Every 3 - 5 year old in England is entitled to receive 15 hours of free nursery education each week during term time.

 

Here at Grove House Children's Centre we have 120 places in our over 3's nursery, and offer the 15 hours of free education as 3 hours each day, either in the morning or in the afternoon. Our morning session is from 8.45-11.45am and our afternoon session is from 12.30-3.30pm.  

Our highly skilled and experienced staff support the children to lead their own learning, and develop their thinking and skills through play and real experiences. For more information about the way we teach young children please visit the Our Curriculum page.

Most 3 - 5 year olds start at the beginning of the Autumn term in September, however, if there are spaces available we may be able take children throughout the year. Please come in to our office and register for your place, or contact us.

30 Hour entitlement

From September 2017 we will be offering a limited number of 30 hour nursery places to those children who are eligible. We will be offering these places as 15 hours each morning and 15 hours each afternoon, 5 days a week. For more information about the way we are the offering 30 hour provision, please contact us. To find out if your child is eligible for 30 hours at nursery, please complete the government's online application process.

Extended daycare

We offer extended daycare for 3-5 year olds from 8am-6pm, 48 weeks of the year. For more details please visit our Costs page, or contact us.

Applying for a place at nursery...

If you are interested in taking up a place a Grove House Nursery School you first need to register. You can download the registration forms below, print them off and fill them in. You can then bring your registration forms into the office between 8.30am and 4.00pm any weekday, along with your child's full birth certificate. Alternatively you can pop into the office and pick up paper copies of the registration forms to fill in at the nursery.

Please note that if you are applying for a 2 year funded place you will also need to bring your 2 year funding confirmation letter along with your registration forms and birth certificate.

 

If you have any questions about registering, or would like to view the nursery please contact us, we're here to help!

Download our registration forms today:

Nursery registration form 1

Nursery registration form 2

'Children are exceptionally well taught and prepared for the next stages in their learning' - Ofsted, May 2016