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Endike Academy

Endike Primary Academy is situated in the North of Hull and takes children from Foundation Stage through to the age of 11.


Endike Nursery opened in its new site in 2011 and since then has developed a reputation for providing high quality early years education and care. In 2021 the Two Year Old provision was opened and already is a popular addition to our provision.

‘Relationships with adults are wonderful and everyone has a fun time at school, no matter what their age!’ (Ofsted, 2015)

Endike Nursery offers places for children from 2 years of age to children who are due to start Reception the following September.
Teaching groups are arranged into a dedicated space for 2-year olds, that has its own facilities and outdoor space, and a separate, more challenging space, perfect for growing 3, 4 and 5-year olds.


‘ A strong team of staff work effectively together and are driven to provide children with the best possible start to school life. The classrooms and magnificent outdoor areas are well resourced and all areas of children’s learning are provided for well.’ (Ofsted, 2015) 

Free childcare eligibility

Help paying for childcare: Free education and childcare for 2-year-olds - GOV.UK (
Help paying for childcare: 15 hours free childcare for 3 and 4-year-olds - GOV.UK (

Nursery Sessions

Our morning and afternoon sessions run from 8.40 am – 11.40 am and 12.15 pm – 3.15 pm. A full day is 8.40 am – 3.15 pm (which includes a paid for lunch care) .

Wraparound care (before 8.40 am and after 3.15 pm is also available – please contact the office on 01536 514622 or email: Endike Kids club
Non - Funded Places

Apply for a place

When there are more applicants for places than there are places available, priority will be given in the following order:

1) Children in public care.
2) Children with specific medical and social needs, supported by written evidence from an appropriate professional person.
3) Pupils with an older brother or sister continuing at the school at the same time of admission of the younger child.
4) Pupils who live closer to the preferred school than any other school.
5) Other pupils.


eyfs curriculum design statement.pdf