|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 regard to 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, children must be registered to attend School on full time basis. 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 ~ £4.30 per session
|£155 per term|
|After School (Stay & Play 3:30pm - 6pm)|
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.