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  • How do I pay for childcare?
    Childcare can be paid for by monthly direct debit, childcare vouchers or government childcare vouchers. All payments are due by the first day of the month.
  • Do I need to pay extra for meals and snacks while my child is at nursery?
    Children attending fully paid sessions by parents do not incur any additional charges for food.
  • Do you offer funded places?
    15 hours and 30 hours childcare available. 15 hours is available to eligible 2 year olds 15 and 30 hours is available to eligible 3 to 4 year olds To obtain the 30 hours of fuding you must be eligible to claim. You must apply for a code through the website. Once you are in receipt of the code the nursery administration team will do the rest. 2 Year Old Education & Childcare Funding. Your child may be eligible, if you are on a low income, some types of benefit or meet certain other criteria, you might be eligible to apply for 570 hours free early education or childcare per year. In order to be eligible for free childcare for your two-year-old you must either be in receipt of a qualifying benefit or your 2-year-old child must fit into one of the categories of children who have additional needs. The qualifying benefits are: Income Support. income-based Jobseeker's Allowance To apply for this funding you must contact your local authority or children’s centre who will then provide you with a code and we can then do the rest.
  • Do you offer settling sessions?
    We offer 3 settling sessions initially and we find this is enough to settle any children. Settling session are the week before any child starts. These are free of charge.
  • What items should I bring for when my child is in nursery?
    We ask all parents to provide wellies and an adequate supply of spare clothes, this includes socks, underwear, tops and loose fitting jogging bottoms or trousers. Please remember to label all items including coats with your child's name.


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