Child Registration

Parent Details

Child Details

Intakes for children are September, January and Easter (children must be 2 ½ years of age on entry).

Your child will be eligible to claim Early Years’ Funding from the term after their third birthday until they start school.

A certificate of baptism, or equivalent, may be requested if it should become necessary.


Please sign with your name, you will be asked to sign a hard copy at a later stage.

I have read and understand your privacy policy

Registration Steps

If you would like your child to attend the nursery please complete our registration form making sure you provide as much information as possible.

A copy of the form will be emailed to us and we’ll contact you regarding your child’s registration and desired start date.

We’ll confirm your child’s start date and look forward to welcoming them to St Hugh of Lincoln Nursery School.

Submission of this form does not guarantee your child a place at the nursery, we will contact you to complete the registration process.

GDPR: Please note that the details supplied on this form will be held and or computerised by St Hugh of Lincoln Nursery School for care/education purposes and will only be accessed by staff of the nursery school/childcare professionals.

These details will be safely stored in a locked file in the nursery and will deleted/securely shredded according to Government Guidelines.

If you have any questions regarding the registration form then please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Why our Nursery?

A Very Warm Welcome

Our staff are qualified and experienced practitioners in early childhood care and education, and create a stimulating and supportive atmosphere, enabling children to develop happily and learn readily at their own pace.

Promoting Healthy Eating

St Hugh of Lincoln Nursery School actively encourages healthy eating, all children are offered a café break where a variety of fruit and vegetables are available so the children have the opportunity of making a choice.

Assigning a Key Person

Your child’s key person observes, assesses and plans for your child, and records your child’s learning in a pupil profile, the key person will work closely with you and send regular updates to you via our online programme.