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Fees and charges:
Please CLICK HERE to view our fees and charges for 2020-2021.
Payment of fees is required for periods of absence whether through holidays or illness.
Invoices are calculated per calendar month and are issued for payment at the beginning of each month, invoices must be paid in full by the end of that month or in the case of holiday club, by the due by date on the invoice.
We reserve the right to cancel a child’s place if fees are not paid within the timescale.
Our preferred method of payment is by online bank transfer, bank standing order or by childcare voucher. We also offer two year and three year funded places, both 15 and 30 hours. We offer funded places between the hours of 9am and 3pm. Please see the following website for further details: https://www.childcarechoices.gov.uk/
It is your responsibility to ensure that whilst your child is attending the nursery you, the parent/carer, can be contacted in the case of an emergency. Please remember to notify us of any change to the child’s registration details (address, contact telephone numbers, changes to emergency contacts, child’s doctors) or any new health conditions
We reserve the right to refuse admittance to any child we feel is not well enough to attend or who may pose a risk of infection to other children
If your child is prescribed antibiotics, the first 24 hours of these should be spent at home to prevent the spread of infection. Where possible, the child’s parents should administer medicine. If this is not possible then medication must be kept in its original container and clearly labelled with the child’s name, and the parents must complete a medication form. Only medicine prescribed by a GP will be administered by nursery staff.
If your child contracts sickness or diarrhoea, or both, they should not return to nursery for 48 hours after the last attack, according to local authority guidelines.
Nursery policies are available in the nursery office for parents to read
For a downloadable copy of our booking conditions CLICK HERE