Our nursery fees are
Morning Session 8.00am - 12.50pm £29
Afternoon Session 1.10pm - 6.00pm £29
Full Day 8.00am - 6.00pm £40
Full Week £175
All three and four year old children in England are entitled to a free early learning place. This can be accessed the term following their third birthday. Every child is entitled to 570 hours per annum. This can be accessed by taking 15 hours of free childcare per week, for 38 weeks of the year, or 11 hours free per week over 52 weeks. This can be discussed for each individual child when the time approaches.
Free funding is also available for 2 year old children, a criteria must be met by the family in order for this funding to be accessed. Your child will qualify for a place if you receive any of the following benefits or you meet any of the other criteria below -
* Income Support
* Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance
* Income related Employment and Support Allowance
* Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
* The “Guarantee” element of State Pension Credit
* Child Tax Credit and whose earnings from employment are below £16,190
* Working Tax Credit with earnings from employment which are below £16,190
You may also qualify if your child meets any of the criteria below
* They are looked after by the Local Authority.
* They have left care through special guardianship or an adoption or residence order.
* They have a statement of special educational needs / an education, health and care plan or
If you are eligible, your child will be offered a place for up to 15 hours a week for 38 weeks or 11 hours per week over 52 weeks. Please contact us to find out what places we have available.
If you are a working parent, you may be entitled to extra help with the costs of early learning and childcare
If you have a child, you may be able to get Child Tax Credit to help with the cost of looking after them. If you are on a low income, you may also qualify for Working Tax Credit. This could mean getting back up to 70 per cent of your childcare costs - up to certain limits. You need to use a registered or approved childcare provider.
Some employers offer a childcare allowance or vouchers as part of a 'salary sacrifice' scheme. It is worth asking your line manager, personnel or human resources department whether your employer runs a scheme like this.