FAQ'sQ. Is there somewhere that I can download and read your latest Ofsted reports?
A. Yes. You can click on the two links below to download, and read the 2016 and 2020 Ofsted reports for our two sites.
2016 report for No.44 Boston Park Road
2020 report for No.42-43 Boston Park Road Q. Do you have a breakfast club?
A. Yes, it is open from 7.30 am to 8.30 am and is available to all classes from reception onwards. It is available term-time only. A staff member will drop off all children attending reception in Our Lady and St John’s primary school. Q. Do you have an after school club?
A. Yes. It is open from 3 pm to 6 pm and is available to all classes from reception onwards. It is available term-time only and your child can be picked up by our staff members from Our Lady and St John’s primary school. Q. Do you offer foreign language lessons?
A. French lessons are provided by La Jolie Ronde who have recently won the “Best National Activity for Children’ for the second year in a row. Q. Do you offer government funded free places?
A. Yes, we offer free places for up to 15 hours per week (term-time only). Our term dates for the academic year 2017-2018 can be found here:
EEE & ELE Term Dates 2017-2018
Government funding is available to all 3 & 4 year olds, and to eligible 2 year olds (please click here for details). The funding is incorporated into the pricing structure for paid sessions. Please enquire for details on how the funding is allocated. Q. Do you offer a sibling discount?
A. We offer 10% off the bill of the child with the lowest fee. This discount does not apply to part-month invoices or extras. Q. Do you accept childcare voucher?
A. We are happy to accept childcare vouchers from all providers. Q. Do I need to bring any clothing?
A. Please bring in a full set of spare clothes. Q. Do I need to bring any footwear?
A. Please bring wellingtons in the winter as children go out to play in all weathers. Q. Do I need bring any food/drinks?
A. Fruit is provided to all children.
Fresh drinking water is provided to all children, but please bring in a beaker, cup or bottle for your child to use.