Fees per term for Academic Year 2019/20 are as follows:
|Fee per term||Fee per term with 15 Hours Entitlement*||Fee per term with 30 Hours Childcare**|
|Little Gems (2-3 Years) (1-5 sessions)||£1,974|
|Little Gems (6 sessions - 3 full days)||£2,147|
|Kindergarten (3-4 Years) (or full-time in Little Gems)||£2,647||£1,147|
|Reception, Years 1 - 4||£2,589||N/A||N/A|
|Years 5 & 6||£2,719||N/A||N/A|
We mainly have part-time (5 or 6 sessions) available for Little Gems children (2/3 year olds), if you would like full-time place please ask Mrs Mitchell with regards availability. When children move to Kindergarten (3/4 year olds) they automatically have a full-time place. Children do not need to attend full-time but are charged for this.
*EYEE Funding (15 Hours Free Entitlement)
Currently, from the term following your child's 3rd birthday, the Government provides 15 hours Free Entitlement for all 3 and 4 year olds for 38 weeks per year only. This is automatically taken off the fees. Currently this provides a saving of up to £750 per term. Fees will be charged for weeks over and above 38 weeks for all sessions at our current rates and terms.
**30 Hours Free Childcare
We offer 30 hours the free childcare scheme for 3 and 4 years olds for 38 weeks per year only. To qualify for the scheme, parents must be working and each earning at least £120 a week (on average) and not more than £100,000 each a year. To check your eligibility and apply online visit: www.childcarechoices.gov.uk. Parents who are not eligible for the new scheme will still receive the current 15 hours Free Entitlement.
Wraparound Care and Holiday Club
|Before School (Early Birds 7:30 - 8:40am)|
7:30am - 8:40am ~ including breakfast £4.30 per session
|£155 per term|
|After School (Stay & Play 3:30pm - 6pm) ~ including snack|
Session rate 1: end of school leaving before 4:30pm £5.10
Session rate 2: end of school leaving between 4:30pm & 5:30pm £10.20
Sessions rate 3: end of school leaving between 5:30pm & 6pm £12.80
|£295 per term|
This scheme allows parents to pay money into an online account. For every £8 paid in by parents the government will contribute £2, with an annual limit of £8000 annually per child. The arrangement is open to the self-employed. The scheme is paid for by parents from post-tax and employee NI contributions; there are certain conditions in terms of employment and income that parents must meet in order to pay into the scheme. To check your eligibility and apply online visit: www.childcarechoices.gov.uk.