Prices

Nursery Fees

Nursery fees are charged by the hour @ £5.25per hour.

Fees are to be paid monthly or termly in advance and the nursery management has the right to terminate accounts that are overdue. If your child is absent due to illness fees must still be paid in full.

A £50.00 registration fee is required then reserving your child’s place at the nursery this is non-refundable.

If your child is accessing free early education hours only the registration fee is non-applicable.

For the morning session we require that children start at 07:30 a.m. at the earliest and no later than 09.00 a.m. The afternoon session starts from 13:00 at the latest.

Uniform

Uniform is not compulsory but we advise that the children wear it as it looks smart and saves damage to other clothing.

Nursery uniform is available from the office and is priced as below.

  • Waterproof Reversible Coat: £20.00
  • Sweatshirt: £10.00
  • Girl’s Cardigan: £12.00
  • Polo Shirt: £7.50
  • T-Shirt: £6.00
  • Bag: £6.00
  • Cap: £5.00

Free Early Education

The nursery accepts free early education. All three and four year old children will receive either 30 or 15 hours per week (dependent on parents’ circumstances) during term time free of charge beginning the term after their third birthday.

More information about Early Years education and fees is available here.

Parents may also register for the tax free childcare scheme online here by selecting option 2 .

The nursery is also registered for “free for two’s” funding for two-year-old children, who can also receive 15 hours per week free of charge. In order to quality for this funding, you or your child must meet certain criteria.

Working Family Tax Credits

Who can apply?

Any family or lone parent can apply for the WFTC provided that they :

  • Have one or more children aged 0-16yrs
  • Work at least 16 hours per week
  • Are UK residents and are working in the UK
  • Have no more than £8,000 in savings

Application forms are available from your local tax office, Library, Job Centre, or Citizens Advice Bureau, or by calling the WFTC helpline on 0845 609 5000 / 03000 41 23 23