Voluntary aided church nurseries
Voluntary aided (church) schools are maintained by us, but generally the buildings are owned by a church. There are some important differences from community schools, both in terms of religious education and worship and also in the way they are governed.
Some schools are Roman Catholic and some are Church of England. In voluntary aided schools the governing body sets the nursery admissions policy and their rules give priority to families who are members of the church concerned.
You can view performance tables for these schools on the Department for Education’s website and Ofsted reports on Ofsted's website.
The following voluntary aided school nurseries are on our regulated list and offer early education funded nursery places.
September only intake
These nurseries have one intake per year in September and your child must be three years old by 31 August to be considered.
Christ Church New Malden C of E Primary School
Lime Grove, New Malden KT3 3TW
Malden Parochial C of E Primary School (with Nursery class)
The Manor Drive, Worcester Park KT4 7LW
September and January intake
These nurseries have two intakes per year, one in September (your child must be three years old before 31 August) and a second in January (your child must be three years old before 31 December).
Corpus Christi Catholic Primary School
Chestnut Grove, New Malden KT3 3JU
St Joseph's Catholic Primary School (with Nursery class)
The Fairfield, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2UP
September, January and April intake
These nurseries have three intakes per year, one in September, one in January and one in April, provided there are spaces available and provided the child is three years old by the end of the previous month.
St John's C of E Primary School
(in partnership with King Athelstan Primary School)
Portland Road, Kingston upon Thames KT1 2SG
St Mary's C of E Primary School (with Nursery class) Church Lane, Chessington KT9 2DH