Children must attend the nursery for a minimum of 2 days.
Children over 3 years (at the beginning of term) will continue to be eligible for funding for up to 15 hours per week for 38 weeks of the year. You can access your hours in different ways: either two full days and a morning or a number of other sessions of your choosing. Morning sessions are funded in three hour blocks with the remaining ½ hour each day costing £5.00 (no increase). (Some people are eligible for 30 hours of funding).
Unfunded sessions ie if children have used up their funded hours, will be charged £20.50 per morning and £13.00 per afternoon extension.
Children not yet eligible for funding ie before the term after they turn three years, will be charged £24.75 per morning and £15.75 for an afternoon extension.
- Polo shirts £8.50
- Sweatshirts £8.50
The termly contributions will be:
Arts and crafts etc £30.00 per term (first increase in 10 years)
Playball (currently Tuesdays) will be £45.00 per term
Miss Maureen (Mondays) will be £35.00 per term
There are a variety of funding options that may be available to you. See below for the details.
After your child turns 3 years old
From the term after your child is 3 years the government will pay for 15 hours of education per week. You will pay for anything which exceeds those hours and you are able to split the funding between 2 settings by arrangement the combined allowance being 15 hours.
Funding for 2 year olds
Some 2 year old children are eligible for FEET funding. This is available for families who meet a specific financial criteria. Speak to Kate to find out if you might be able to claim this funding to meet the cost of your child’s nursery place.
Childcare vouchers can be used to meet the cost of childcare, the nursery is registered with a large number of companies in this scheme. Speak to your employer to see if your company is registered for the Childcare Voucher Scheme.