Admissions & Fees

Our Terms

We pride ourselves on offering a personal package to suit your working needs; please ask our staff for flexible options and availability.

Our fees are required to be paid monthly in advance by standing order; fees are calculated between twelve equal monthly payments, based on 51 weeks a year.

All fees are payable on the 1st of each month by standing order.

Please ring for a tailored package to suit the sessions you require.

We charge a registration fee of £25.00 to secure a place within our nursery and this is a non refundable one off payment. The registration fee is payable along with all fees in advance and with a completed registration form.

An average full price day is based from 8am6pm with flexible half day and early morning or late evening sessions from 7.30am or ending at 6.30pm that can be priced to suit your needs.  At times and where possible morning or afternoon
sessions can be lengthened at an hourly agreed fee.

We offer 10% reductions for siblings and 5% discounts for all NHS, Police, Army and Fire personnel.

All parents are encouraged to take advantage of our trial introductory sessions to assist with the steady transition and settling of children into our environments.

We require 4 weeks’ notice for the cancellation of any childcare place in writing.


Children aged 3-5 years can claim the Government’s Nursery Education Fund that can be offset against your fees, a saving of £75 to £150 plus per month. Parents can also flexibly use the free 15 hours nursery fund entitlement throughout the year at our setting instead of claiming them at school.

Fee Policy

Childcare Costs (per week per child)


Children are entitled to a free nursery place from the term following their third birthday (if places are available). We usually admit children in either September or January.

Nursery sessions run from 8.45am – 11.45am or from 12.30pm – 3.30pm or 5 hour sessions over 3 days.
Some children may also be eligible for a free 15 hours, for 2 year old place.

Band 1 – Household income under £25.000 per years.

Band 2 – Household income between £25.000 and £55.000 per year

Band 2 – Household income overd £55.000 per year

Come Visit Us

All parents are encouraged to take advantage of our introductory trial sessions to assist with the steady transition and settling of children into our environments.