Sessions and Fees
We offer a range of session times which are detailed below. Unless funded through the government 15 hour or 30 hour scheme, morning and afternoon session are charged at £6 per hour.
Morning session – 8.30am-11.30am – this session is included in funded hours the term after the child’s 3rd birthday. Parents who are not entitled to government funded hours have to pay for this session.
Lunch session - 11.30am-12pm – paid for by all parents as this is not included in the 15 or 30 hour offer. The charge is £3 for this session. This does not include a cooked meal which would be paid for separately.
Afternoon session – 12pm-3pm – this session is included in funded hours the term after the child’s 3rd birthday. Parents who are not entitled to government funded hours have to pay for this session.
For parents who are entitled to 15 hours but not 30 hours. Any additional sessions above the 15 hour funded offer would be paid for at £6 per hour.
Everything! Breakfast for our early starters who attend breakfast club, morning and afternoons snacks for everyone, lunch can be a booked school meal or a packed lunch, a light evening meal for our late finishers who attend after school club, nappies, wipes…everything you would need is included in the cost of each session.
Before your child can start at our pre-school we ask that you complete these simple registration forms and return them to us, downloadable from the links below. Once you have selected your preferred sessions and start date, we will be in contact with you as soon as possible to arrange a settling in ‘stay and play’ session for you and your little one. The registration form can be downloaded here or you can collect a copy from the office.
The term after your child’s third birthday you can claim 15 hours per week Nursery Education Grant “free entitlement” and you could also be entitled to an extended 15 hours. This also means that you can change your child’s place with us to a term time only place, please talk to our pre-school manager for more information.
The government has a new Tax Free Childcare scheme and this has replaced the old Salary Sacrifice Childcare Voucher scheme for new parents and carers. Members of the scheme can pay into an online account, which the government will top up by 20% (up to £2000 per year), which they can then use to pay their nursery fees.
For more information, go to Get Tax-Free Childcare: Step by Step
An FAQ document has been published by the Government and can be found here Tax-Free Childcare: 10 things parents should know
You can register for the Tax Free Childcare Scheme (and 30 hours) on the link below.
There are many different Childcare Voucher companies involved in issuing the salary childcare vouchers.
Childcare vouchers are a popular employee benefit available from most employers to help make your childcare more affordable. All you have to do is join your employer’s childcare voucher scheme and you can exchange up to £243 per month from your salary to use for childcare. Both parents can join their employers childcare voucher scheme to maximise the savings available. So please speak to your employer for more information.