Our nursery fees are fully inclusive!


Our fees include; All meals, snacks, nappies, wipes, nappy cream, sun-cream, sun hats and waterproof overalls for our under 2's.

Our fees are calculated over 51 weeks per year, as we do not charge for the week we are closed over the Christmas period. We do not offer refunds for bank holidays, absence days or children's holidays.

We are open Monday - Friday from 7am - 6pm. There is an additional charge for the early start from 7 - 7.30am. Our normal full day session times are from 7.30 - 6pm.

All fees are payable monthly, via bank transfer, standing orders or cash payments. We do not accept cheque or card payments. 

We can offer information on fee costs to meet your requirements upon request or during viewing appointments. There is a non refundable registration fee payable of £50.00. We do not charge a registration fee for funded only places.

A minimum of 1 full day or 2 sessions per week is required, to take up a nursery place.

All information about fee payments can be found in our terms and conditions which are issued during registration. 


We accept childcare vouchers and we are registered for tax free childcare!
Click HERE for more information.


Full Day Session

7.30 - 6pm

Full Day - Incy Wincy Only
Full Day - All other rooms


Morning Session - 7.30 - 1pm
Afternoon Session - 1.30 - 6pm


10% NHS Discount

10% Emergency Services Discount

10% Sibling Discount

5% Full Time Discount

Holiday Club

Full Day - 7.30 - 6pm


Morning - 7.30 - 1pm


Afternoon - 1.30 - 6pm



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2 year old Funding

We offer 15 hours funding for eligible 2 year olds. Parents can choose either morning or afternoon sessions over 3 or 5 days per week.

Morning sessions; 8.30-11.30am or 8 - 1pm

Afternoon sessions; 1.30 - 4.30pm or 12.30 - 5.30pm

We can be flexible with sessions, depending on our availability. 

All meals, snacks, nappies and wipes, nappy cream and sun protection are included at no additional cost.


Children are eligible the term after their 2nd birthday. Term dates are September, January and April. If you have a 2 year old you may be eligible for 2 year old funding.

3&4 year old Funding

All 3&4 year olds are entitled to at least 15 hours of government funding entitlement the term after their 3rd birthday.

The term dates are September, January and April.


We offer funding on a term time only basis (38 weeks per year) or stretched over 51 weeks per year.


Parents can choose flexible sessions over full days, mornings or afternoons, depending upon our availability. A funding supplement is payable to include all meals and snacks, nappies, wipes, nappy cream and sun protection or there is an option to provide these from home to incur no additional costs. Information can be given upon request tailored to meet your requirements.

We also offer 30 hours funding for eligible 3&4 year old's. 










Working parents may be entitled to an additional 15 hours of government funding, totalling to 30 hours. You will need to provide us with your 30 hour code and NI number to complete checks and confirm funding eligibility. Once confirmed we will be able to allocate sessions.

30 hour funding sessions can either be term time only or stretched over 51 weeks of the year. Sessions will be discussed to meet your requirements and dependent upon our availability.


Criteria for 30 hour funding;

Each parent (or lone parent) earns at least the minimum equivalent of 16 hours per week at the national minimum wage or national living wage, this equates to earning at least:

  • £120 per week (or £6000 a year) for each parent aged 25 years and older

  • £112.80 per week (or £5800 a year) for each parent aged 21-24 years.

Some families:

  • Could be eligible where one or both parents are unable to work due to maternity leave, paternity leave, statutory sick, shared parental or adoption leave.

  • Where one parent meets the earnings criteria but the other parent is unable to work due to being disabled, having carer responsibilities or they have been assessed for having limited capacity to work.

  • Where one parent is in the 'start up period' (newly self-employed) they do not need to demonstrate they meet the income criteria for 12 months.