Fees

A deposit fee of £100 is required upon registration. This will be refunded when your child leaves the setting, providing that we receive four weeks notice. 

It is our aim to be as flexible as possible so we have created a range of sessions for you to choose from (see below). We created our early starts for our busy, commuting parents. We provide your child with a varied breakfast menu to help give them the best possible start to their day and the 'school day' to meet the needs of those parents with older children at school. 

 

Session

Hours

Cost

Funded hrs

 (up to max of)

Cost to those claiming funding

Early Start

08:00 – 08:30

£3.50

N/A

£3.50

Morning

08:30 – 13:00

£25.00

3 hours

£8.33

School Day

08:30 – 15:30

£37.00

5 hours

£10.57

Full Day

08:30 – 17:30

£43.00

6 hours

£14.33

Afternoon

13:00 – 17:30

£23.00

3 hours

£7.67

Late Stay

17:30 – 18:00

£3.50

N/A

£3.50

Fully Funded

13:00 – 18:00

N/A

5 hours (fixed)

NIL

 

Our award winning homemade lunches are charged at £2.25 per day and served at midday. Our food is bought from local butchers and green grocers, proving your child with good quality meals (See 'meals and snacks' for menus) or you can provide your child with a packed lunch. 

All fees are due monthly in advance. We also accept Childcare Vouchers from employers.

DISCOUNTS and funding 

As a 'Thank You' for all your hard work, we offer a 10% service personnel discount (This includes; NHS staff, Police, Fire Fighters, Ambulance workers and Military)

We also offer a 10% sibling discount 

We offer 15 and 30 hours funding 

15 hours can be stretched *Max 11 hours per week (all year round) or term time only *15 hours per week

30 hours will be stretched across the whole year *Max 22 hours per week

Early Years Pupil Premium  

The Early Years Pupil Premium is additional funding for early years settings to raise the quality of early years education and improve outcomes for disadvantaged 3 and 4 year olds.

We will create a support plan, alongside parents, for all children who are eligible in our setting. We will use our knowledge of each child to identify where we can best use the additional funds and at the end of each term, we reflect on how this has impacted the child's learning and development.

If you would like to see how we have used this money to the benefit of the children, a folder can be found in the hallway with further details.

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