Nursery – Pollock

Name:  Jackson Pollock

Nationality:  American

Born:  1912

Died:  1956

Style:  Abstract Expressionism

Famous Pieces of Art:  Most renowned artworks include:  Blue Poles, The She Wolf, No 5, Mural, Convergence and The Deep.  His work can be seen New York's Museum of Modern Art, Tate London and the Guggenheim to name a few.

Early Years Foundation Stage Policy 

Admission to Nursery  

Children may join the Nursery in the term after their 3rd birthday.  All 3 and 4 year olds are entitled to 15 hours of free childcare and early education per week, which can be used flexibly - mornings or afternoons for up to 38 weeks a year.

30 Hour Offer

The William Hogarth School offers extended nursery hours.  Eligible working families are also now entitled up to an additional 15 hours - 30 hours in total.

Children can access these entitlements in school nursery classes, private day nurseries, pre-school playgroups and with childminders.  

Please visit to check your eligibility.

Applications should be made on the nursery admission form.  Application forms are available from the school office or alternatively you can download an application form.  Please return your completed application to the school office. In-year admissions are also welcomed - please contact Mrs Dubey in the school office for further information.




Reception Rothko 

Name: Mark Rothko
Nationality: American of Russian descent
Born: 1903
Died: 1970
Style: Abstract Expressionism
Famous Pieces of Art: Rothko's work can be seen in Tate Modern in London and his works were often featured in New York's Contemporary Arts Gallery and Portland's Museum of Art. Rothko became famous particularly for his artworks that depicted rectangles with luminous colours.


Reading Challenge

Please click the link to view the 40 recommended Reading Challenge books for Reception.

Recommended Reading Books for Reception







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