our nursery fees & discounts

So you’re able to choose the best option for you and your child, we are pleased to be able to offer the discounts listed below. If you do need any more information or advice, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

fees & discount criteria

  • We offer a sibling discount of 5% to the youngest child if the eldest already has a place with us. Please contact the nursery for more information on the sibling discount.

  • When a parent is recommended to the nursery both the existing and new guardians receive a discount!

    If a parent viewing the setting mentions the current parents’ name, both parties will get a 5% discount on a whole month of fees. This offer is only available at certain nurseries, so please make sure you check during your enquiries.

  • We are delighted to offer families who work within the NHS to a discount of 5%.

    The discount cannot be used in conjunction with other offers. The guardian must provide proof of working within the NHS before it’s accepted. Please contact your chosen nursery for further terms and conditions.

  • If you have childcare vouchers, then we are able to take them as either part or full payment for your childcare.
    These are a great way of paying for your child’s education, as they let you pay for care out of your pre-tax and national insurance income, which can result in huge savings.

    We are registered with most voucher companies but please check with the nursery manager.

  • A large number of families are eligible for some financial assistance through Child Tax Credit and Working Tax Credit. The amount you receive will depend on your circumstances.

    The factors considered are:

    • Household income
    • Single or couple
    • Number for children
    • Working hours
    • If you’ve got a disability

    Many people do not realise they are entitled to tax credits so it is worth checking, which you can do using the Government website here.

    You’ll need details of:

    • Your income
    • Your partner’s income
    • The average weekly amount you spend on childcare
    • Your working hours
    • Any benefits you’re claiming, or have just stopped claiming
  • Unlike many other nurseries, we only ask for £200 deposit. Yes, that’s it, no matter how many days your child attends. We understand paying the first months’ fees and a deposit of an equal amount can be a strain, so we have put this in place to try and help families with the initial costs.

  • The settling in period is completely free of charge, which can be a saving of over £300. We want the family and the child to focus solely on the transition from home life to nursery to make it a joyful, exciting moment for all.

our nursery fees

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Sessions AvailableUnder 2 Years Over 2 Years 15 Hours Free
(Early Years Grant)
 30 Hours Free
(Early Years Grant)
 
Monthly FeesWeekly EquivalentMonthly FeesWeekly EquivalentMonthly FeesWeekly EquivalentMonthly FeesWeekly Equivalent
5 days£975.00£225.00£865.00£199.62£640.00£147.69£415.00£95.77
5 half days£705.00£162.69£695.00£160.38£470.00£108.46£295.00£68.08
4 days£875.00£201.92£815.00£188.08£590.00£136.15£365.00£84.23
4 half days£555.00£128.08£575.00£132.69£350.00£80.77£175.00£40.38
3 days£725.00£167.31£690.00£159.23£465.00£107.31£240.00£55.38
3 half days£430.00£99.23£435.00£100.38£210.00£48.46£210.00£48.46
2 days£495.00£114.23£470.00£108.46£245.00£56.54£155.00£35.77

our fee criteria explained

free early education entitlement (FEEE)

15 hours and 30 hours free

FEEE is a national government scheme that allows all parents/carers of children aged 3 and 4 to be able to access up to 30 hours of free early learning and childcare each week for a maximum of 38 weeks per year (term time only). Children are eligible the term after their third birthday.

Parents/carers must contact HMRC to verify if they are entitled to 30 hours of free childcare using this link.

early education funding

for 2 year olds

The Free Early Education for 2-year-olds (FEE2) offers eligible children to be able to access up to 15 hours of free early learning and childcare each week for a maximum of 38 weeks per year (term time only).

To apply for this funding you would have to contact your local authority.

would you like to find out more?

Then speak to a member of our team today, they’ll be more than happy to help…