Fees

Our fees are structured to be inclusive

with no hidden costs.

Fees include breakfast, mid-morning fruit snacks, drinks, a well-balanced 2 course lunch and high tea where appropriate.

 

Our fees also include extra-curricular consumables and activities, such as additional speech and language support, tennis, yoga and music workshops.

Children aged 0-3 years

Minimum of 4 sessions (please note a half day is one session)

Morning

8am - 1pm

 

£32.70

Afternoon

1.15pm - 6pm

 

£31.70

Full Day

8am - 6pm

 

£59.00

Children aged 3 to under 5 years

Minimum of 4 sessions (please note a half day is one session) for children accessing Universal and Extended Funding.

Morning

8am - 1pm

 

£31.70

Afternoon

1.15pm - 6pm

 

£30.70

Full Day

8am - 6pm

 

£58.00

Children's Toys
Children make excellent progress in their communication and language development and are extremely prepared for starting school
Ofsted - 2015

Help with childcare costs

Early Education Funding (EEF)

Every child is eligible for the Universal 15 hours of EEF in the term after their 3rd birthday.

 

In addition to Universal funding we offer Extended 15 hours of EEF (known as 30 hours government funding).

 

These hours are available for 51 weeks per year and only offered on the stretched basis and parents will receive a maximum of 22 hours funding per week claiming Universal and Extended Funding. 

 

Sessions are subject to availability and eligibility, terms and conditions apply.

 

Some two year olds may be eligible for EEF sessions. Please contact the nursery for further information.

 

To check if you are eligible for the Extended Early Education Funding please follow this link and apply

Parents/Carers can get more help with childcare costs through Tax-Free Childcare, Tax Credits or Universal Credit

Tax-Free Childcare

  • For working parents, including the self-employed.

  • With children under 12 (or under 17 if disabled).

  • For every £8 parents pay in, the government will add an extra £2, up to £2,000 per child per year (up to £4,000 for disabled children).

To apply, parents/carers must sign up online via the HMRC Childcare Service: 

https://www.gov.uk/apply-for-tax-free-childcare

Tax Credits for Childcare

  • For working families.

  • With children under 16 (or under 17 if disabled).

Universal Credit for Childcare

  • For working families claiming Universal Credit.

  • With children under 17.

Childcare Calculator

The government provides a childcare calculator which provides an estimate of how much parents/carers could get to help pay for approved childcare. As well as 15 and 30 hours​ childcare it also calculates if parents/carers might be eligible for Tax Credits, Universal Credits, Tax-Free Childcare or help whilst studying. 

The calculator can be found here: www.childcarechoices.gov.uk

Baby Playing with Abacus
Staff consistently demonstrate genuine warmth and affection as they interact with children.
Ofsted - 2015