Our Prices

Full day: 8am to 6pm – £50

Half day: AM- 8am to 1pm – £28 or PM – 1pm to 6 pm – £27

Our AM session includes organic snack and organic lunch. Our PM session includes an organic afternoon tea and organic snack.

7.30am-8am – £6 or 6pm to 6.30pm –£6

Hourly rate £5.50 for any extra hours booked.

All prices include fresh organic meals prepared on site, meals include, lunch, snacks and afternoon tea. Children who are in nappies will be provided with washable Mother-Ease nappies during their stay at our nursery. So all you need to provide is nappies for your child to be sent home in, wipes, sun cream for their stay with us. Should you wish it, the nursery can provide all of these things for you and add the cost to your bill to save you time!

Payment:

We ask for fees to be paid monthly by standing order, 1 month in advance.

We accept all work vouchers as well as school funding options.

Your invoice is worked out in a simple way.

If your child attends on a Monday your weekly cost x 50 weeks of the year

(Adjustment for bank holidays and closure between Christmas and new year)

If your child does not attend a Monday your weekly cost x 51 weeks of the year

(Adjustment for bank holidays and closure between Christmas and new year)

Then just divide that amount by 12 months and you have your monthly cost.

5% reduction on your total monthly fees for the eldest sibling of families with more that one child registered at the nursery.

For information on half-days, shifts and other variations please contact us.

Places are secured by a 100% refundable deposit of £100 – you will get the whole amount back when you leave.

Unfortunately we are unable to provide refunds for a child’s absence due to holiday or sickness.

“5% discount for NHS staff!”  
“We also do ad-hoc days and extra sessions for children up to 8 years old!”

fees and funding

2 Year Old Funding

If you receive any of the following then when your child turns 2 you will get 15 hours free funding. if not then you will receive the funding when your child turns 3 you can use just 15 hours a week 38 weeks of the year (school term time) and that place is completely free or you can choose to pay for the other 12 weeks and spread the cost of those weeks over the year. Please see the 3 year old funding for further information.

For 2 year old funding:

  • Working Tax Credits and have a household income of no more than £16,190 a year
  • The Working Tax Credit 4-week run on (the payment you get when you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit
  • Income Support
  • Income based Jobseekers Allowance (JSA)
  • Income related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
  • Support through part V1 of the Immigration and Asylum Act
  • The guarantee element of State Pension Credit
  • Child Tax Credit and have an annual household income of no more than £16,190
  • If you have any questions about the process or you would like to see a breakdown of your options we are more than happy to create mock invoices for you to see and show you a clear breakdown of how everything works whilst going through any questions you have.

3 year old funding

The term after your child turns 3 years old you will receive 15 hours Universal funding per week for 38 weeks of the year (school term times) this can be taken in 5 hour slots (1 session EG: 8am-1pm or 1pm-6pm ) if a full day is required the extra 5 hours for the full day must be paid for.

You can have an entirely free place if you wish to attend term times only, or you can choose for your child to come all year round by using 15 hours a week free for the 38 weeks which are funded and then paying for the 12 weeks which are not funded. This cost gets divided into the 12 months giving you your monthly fee. All 3 year old children receive the 15 hours universal funding and if you meet any of the criteria below you will be eligible for the extended 30 hours funding from September 2017

Extended Funding (30 hours)

Criteria:

  • You earn or expect to earn the equivalent to 16 hours at National Minimum or Living Wage over the coming three months.
  • This equates to £120 a week (or c.£6,000 a year) for each parent over 25 years old or £112.80 a week (or c.£5,800 a year) for each parent between 21 and 24 years old.
  • This applies whether you are in paid employment, self-employed or on zero hours contract.
  • The parent (and their partner where applicable) should be seeking the free childcare to enable them to work.
  • Where one or both parents are on maternity, paternity, shared parental or adoption leave, or if they are on statutory sick leave.
  • Where one parent meets the income criteria and the other is unable to work because they are disabled, have caring responsibilities or have been assessed as having limited capability to work.
  • Where a parent is in a ‘start-up period’ (i.e. they are newly self-employed) they do not need to demonstrate that they meet the income criteria for 12 months.
  • If a non-EEA national, the parent must have recourse to public funds.

If you do meet any of the above criteria we offer the 30 hours funding stretched over the 51 weeks we are open

This means you can take 22.5 hours per week (for the 51 weeks of the year we are open) which can be taken in 4.5 hour slots per day either 830am-1pm or 1pm-530pm

Any hours needed outside of these times would need to be paid for.

We have a limited 3 spaces for the extended funding where parents may take the 30 hours in blocks of 10 hours term time only. This is allocated on a first come first serve basis.

All funding starts the term after your child’s 3rd birthday.

Terms start in January, April and September. For instance; if your child’s birthday is in June you will receive the funding from September or if your child’s birthday is January your child will receive funding in April. You will need to complete a funding form when your child becomes eligible, and an updated form if you child’s funded hours change whilst they are with us.

If you have any questions about the process or you would like to see a breakdown of your options we are more than happy to create mock invoices for you to see and show you a clear breakdown of how everything works whilst going through any questions you have.

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