Aldbury C of E Primary and Nursery School



We are delighted to welcome new children to our Nursery at Aldbury Primary School. We offer a safe and caring environment where children experience a wide range of opportunities for educational and creative play, both indoors and outdoors.

Our Nursery provision forms part of our Early Years Foundation Stage unit, meaning they are taught in a mixed Nursery/Reception class, by skilled and experienced professionals, including a qualified teacher.  



Maintained schools in Hertfordshire are now responsible for the admissions of children to Nursery.

If your child was born between 1st September 2018 and 31st August 2019, you will be able to make an application for a Nursery place to start in September 2022.

Children are accepted into Nursery the September before their fourth birthday.

Applications for places in September 2022 opened on Monday 21st February 2022.


Parent tours for Nursery intake, by prior arrangement with the school office. Please call 01442 851240 or email



We work closely with local schools who also have a Nursery to ensure that the process below is the same in each school and parents receive consistent information.

The following timelines for Nursery applications for children born between 1 September 2018 and 31 August 2019 is being followed by the following Tring schools:

Aldbury C of E Primary & Nursery School, Dundale Primary School & Nursery, Goldfield Infants' & Nursery School and Grove Road Primary School & Nursery.


Nursery Application Timeline.


21st February 2022

Nursery applications opens

25th March 2022

Nursery applications close

22nd April 2022

Nursery places offered to parents via email or letter

29th April 2022

Deadline for parents to accept Nursery place in writing

29th April 2022

We can continue to allocate Nursery places to children based on availability


Applications maybe accepted after the deadline date but will be dealt with after applications that were received within the application window.


Pupils in Nursery follow the Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum.

These include:


Three prime areas:
• Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSED).
• Communication and Language (CL).
• Physical Development (PD).


Four specific areas:
• English.
• Mathematics.
• Understanding the World.
• Expressive Arts and Design.


Nursery pupils are involved in a wide range of topic-based activities which promote all areas of the Early Years Curriculum with a particular emphasis on personal, social and emotional development. Their learning is achieved through both adult led and child initiated experiences.