A national lockdown is in place which means you must stay at home.
For information about the rules, any disruptions to Council services, how to book a COVID-19 test and the support available for residents and businesses visit www.stockton.gov.uk/coronavirus
In Stockton all of our primary schools have nurseries attached to them. As well as nursery places in mainstream schools, there are nursery places within independent schools, private day nurseries, playgroups and with childminders.
All settings aim to provide high quality education appropriate to the age and development of children in their care.
Local Authority School Nursery
There are nursery classes attached to all of the primary schools in the Borough. Some schools operate a Foundation Stage Unit, which includes nursery and reception age children.
How to register
To register you should go along to the school nursery and ask that your child's name be put on the waiting list; you may be asked for your child's birth certificate so take this with you. The Head Teacher/Governing Body has responsibility for managing the allocation of nursery places and will contact you when a place is available.
Most schools will have a Nursery Policy which they follow to allocate places but generally they will give priority to four year olds and offer places to three year olds if they have places remaining. For schools where nurseries are oversubscribed they will also have priorities for people who live in zones, siblings of children already attending and to vulnerable families. You can request a copy of the admission policy for nursery intake and the school will provide this.
If your chosen nursery is full you will need to look at alternative nurseries with places. A complete list of schools can be requested from the School Admissions team on 01642 526605. Alternatively contact the Families Information Service on 01642 527225 or visit the Help with the cost of childcare and free entitlement webpage.