Monday to Friday
7-45am - 6-15pm
Closed Bank Holidays
2 Inset days per year:
2nd April 2019
17th October 2019
Following Government announcements we are now fully open to all.
We currently have baby spaces available and we are taking registrations for September.
3 Months - 2 Years
Per session ₤ 60.00
2 - 3 Years
Per session ₤ 58.00
3 - 5 year olds
Per session ₤ 56.50
Prices are inclusive of all meals: breakfast, snack, lunch and tea; milk formula is not included.)
Fees do not include nappies and wipes.
We accept all child care vouchers and have enrolled in the new Tax Free childcare payment scheme.
We are in receipt of the Government Funding for 3 & 4 year olds, however there are limited spaces for term time only on the universal 15 hours scheme.
We are offering places for the 30 hours on a stretched offer only, if you are eligible please give us a call.
Together for Two's: 15 hours Term time only (up to term after their 3rd birthday) or
10 hours per week all year round.
Please note: Children who attend on a term time only place will be charged a supplement of £3.00 per day towards Breakfast, Lunch and afternoon snacks.
Fees are payable by standing order or cheque monthly in advance on the first day of each month.
Once a place has been offered, a weeks deposit will secure your child's place. Deposits are refundable provided 1 month's written notice is given.
Any absences, including holidays, sickness, adverse weather, Bank Holiday and Christmas closure,
are charged at full rate.
10% Sibling Discount.
Fees are reviewed annually each April, parents are given two months notice of any proposed changes.
Minimum attendance of 2 days, NO 1/2 days.
Extra Hours: (per child / per day)
7.30 - 7.45am £15.00
6.15 - 6.30pm £15.00
6.30 - 7pm £30.00
Tax-Free Childcare and 30 hours free childcare are two separate government schemes, to help parents with the cost of childcare. You can apply for both through one online application.
Tax-Free Childcare is a new scheme which is being rolled out gradually from 21 April 2017 and will offer working families 20% support towards qualifying childcare costs up to certain limits.
It will eventually replace the directly contracted childcare and childcare vouchers provided by employers under the Employer Supported Childcare Scheme.
The scheme will eventually be open to almost two million families in the UK and is administered by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
You can qualify if you are employed, self-employed or both as long as you (and your partner if you have one) earn at least £120 a week if you are aged 25 or over. You will normally qualify if you are in paid work during some periods of sick leave, maternity, paternity, adoption or shared parental leave if you were earning at least £120 a week before you went on leave.
For every £8 you pay into a Childcare account, the government will pay in £2. It will put in a maximum of £500 every three months for each child - or £1,000 if your child has a disability.
This will operate through an online Childcare account, provided by National Savings & Investments (NS&I) in partnership with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), which parents and government can pay money into.
You will pay your childcare costs into this account and the Government will 'top-up' the account with their contribution. Any other person, a grandparent or family member for example, can pay into the account as well.
The money will then be paid directly from this one account to your childcare provider. Normally, you can only pay for childcare that helps you work or stay in work out of the account.