New Flexible Use of Early Education Funding from Autumn 2014 Term

With effect from September 2014 the use of your child's free 15 hours per week of Early Education Funding can now be used flexibly using the sessions available. 

 

As before, your child is more than welcome to attend sessions which exceed their free entitlement.   When this is the case, a charge of £5.00 per hour will be made for each additional hour attended.

 

  

Fee Structure Per Term for Unfunded 2 and 3 Year Olds

NUMBER OF MORNING SESSIONS

9.00 – 12.30

FEES

 

1

 

£192.50

 

2

 

£385.00

 

3

 

£577.50

 

4

 

£770.00

 

5

 

£962.50

 

NUMBER OF AFTERNOON SESSIONS

13.00 – 16:00

FEES

 

1

 

£150.00

 

2

 

£300.00

 

3

 

£450.00

 

4

 

£600.00

 

NUMBER OF FULL DAY SESSIONS

9.00 – 16:00

FEES

 

1

 

£375.00

 

2

 

£750.00

 

3

 

£1125.00

 

4

 

£1500.00

 

 

A Registration Fee of £20.00 (non-refundable) is payable to secure a place.
The term's fees are invoiced in advance and are payable by the first day of each term.
No refunds are given for non attendance at sessions due to illness or other reasons

Lunch Club

Lunch Club can be added to either a morning or afternoon session, using Early Years or 2 year old funding.  Children will need to bring a packed lunch, water is provided to drink.

 

Lunch Club can be added to your child's morning or afternoon session as a one-off, between Monday and Thursday at a cost of £4 per Lunch Club payable on the day.

 

 

Childcare Vouchers

We  accept  childcare  vouchers.   Some  employers  offer  the  option  of childcare vouchers as part of their salary, as these vouchers have various tax advantages.   There are several different schemes.  If the nursery is not registered with the scheme of your choice this can usually be arranged.  

We also accept tax free childcare vouchers.

 

Should you intend to use vouchers as payment or part payment they must be in place before your child starts.  Childcare voucher payments must have the child’s name as a reference when payment transfers are made through the BACS system.