Nursery Admissions

Peregrines Nursery is a co-educational nursery for boys and girls attached to Falcons School for Girls. It is situated between Putney and Barnes in a leafy conservation area in south-west London. We welcome children from the term they turn two up to the age of four and pupils can join us at any point in the school year.

Girls attending Peregrines Nursery will automatically transfer to Falcons School for Girls for Reception and boys will be offered a priority place at Falcons Prep in Richmond or Falcons Pre-Prep in Chiswick as long as the school can meet their educational needs.

Peregrines Nursery Sessions

Morning sessions run from 8:30am-12:30pm (with hot lunch included) and afternoon sessions from 12:30-3:30pm.

Full days run from 8:30am-3:30pm. Breakfast Club and Sun-downers (late club) will also run to cater for parents who require an early morning drop-off or later collection.

For the younger children (2-3), there is the option to choose morning-only sessions, inclusive of lunch. By the end of Summer Term, children will be expected to do three full days at the nursery (five mornings and three afternoons).

Do You Offer Wraparound Care and Holiday Provision?

Both age groups have access to a Breakfast Club provision (Early Birds) from 7:30-8:30am where children can have breakfast and start their day. There is also an after school session (Sun-downs) from 3:30-6:00pm, which is play-based and includes supper (provided after 5:00pm).

Holiday Provision is available for both age groups for 50 weeks of the year. Holiday days run from 7:30am-6:00pm. These are active and fun play sessions in line with the Early Years framework.

What Does A Typical School Day Look Like?

Please visit our page on the Nursery School Day for more information.

Early Years Funding

We take part in the Universal 15 hours free childcare for Early Years Funding Scheme provided by Wandsworth Council. Contributions from this scheme are provided up to and including the term of your child’s fifth birthday. Peregrines Nursery School is also registered as a childcare provider under the the HMRC Tax-Free Childcare Scheme. See Nursery Fees for further information on funding entitlements.

How Does Registration Work?

If you are considering Peregrines Nursery, we strongly advise that you apply as early as possible to be guaranteed an offer of a place. Registration may be processed by completing the registration form below and returning it to the school, along with the fee of £125.00. Depending on availability, you will be offered a place the year before you are due to start or, if you are applying mid-year, immediately, once your registration form and fee have been received.

For any queries regarding admission to Peregrines Nursery School or Falcons School for Girls, please contact the Admissions Officer, Mrs Chetna Kava:

admissions@falconsgirls.co.uk
020 8992 5189

For further information, please consult our Admissions Policy

Can I Come And Visit?

We would be delighted to show you the school, to allow you to meet our staff and children, see our wonderful facilities and gauge for yourselves the happy, kind and productive atmosphere we provide. To arrange a personal tour and discuss what we offer with our Headmistress, please email admissions@falconsgirls.co.uk or telephone 020 8992 5189.

We also host regular Come and Play sessions for parents with toddlers and pre-schoolers. These sessions are run to allow children to come and spend time in the Nursery environment. Each session will involve a mixture of craft activities, singing and time in the mud kitchen. Dates for these will be announced on our Open Days page.

Private Tours Available

Come and See Us

We are offering private tours for those who are looking for an occasional place this academic year or entry in September 2021. To arrange your tour and to meet with our Headmistress, Mrs Sara Williams-Ryan, please email admissions@falconsgirls.co.uk or call 020 8992 5189.


Rated ‘Excellent’ by ISI in March 2020

“Pupils display exceptional attitudes towards learning”

“Pupils are highly proficient communicators for their age”

Click here to read the full ISI report