Fee Structure

Annual fee reviews take place every January

Government Support for Child-Care comes in two main ways, we can help ensure you are getting every penny available. Please, speak to the Office for further information.

TAX-FREE-CHILDCARE: up to £2,000 per year, available to every child.

NURSERY EDUCATION FUNDING (NEF): up to £4,446 per year, available at the beginning of the term following a child’s third birthday.


FEES FROM APRIL 2021: Please click HERE for a full Fees Document, for all fees payable from April 2021.



                                              3 years+      6mths-3 yrs 

Morning       [8.30 to 1.30]    £35.60          £38.10

School Day  [8.30 to 3.30]    £43.55         £46.60

Long Day     [8.00 to 4.30]    £48.60         £52.00    

Full Day       [8.00 to 5.30]    £54.50          £58.25

Afternoon    [1.30 to 5.30]    £26.00          £27.80

Breakfast    – early entrance from 8am for Morning or School Day sessions, including breakfast: £3.45

Early Bird   [from 7.45 am] by special request

Twilight      [until 5.45 pm]  by special request

Please note, Morning/Afternoon only sessions are only available for children in the Pre-School (final) year if they do a minimum of two other School Days.

Amendments to regular booking patterns may be made using the iConnect booking amendment.  There is a £2.50 administration charge per change.


Examples of how funding will impact on your nursery fees:

Term Time, NEF eligible child, attending 2 x Full Days & 1 x Morning.

  • Full Fees per week = £144.60
  • NEF for the week (24 hours) = £93.60
  • Fees payable to nursery: Full fees (£144.60) minus NEF (£93.60) = £51.00
  • 20% Tax-Free Childcare = £10.20
  • This leaves you with a remaining balance of £51 – £10.20: that’s just £40.80.


Year-Round place, Baby-aged child, attending 2 x Long Days.

  • Full Fees per week = £104.00
  • 20% Tax-Free Childcare = £20.80
  • This leaves you with a balance to pay of £83.20.

PLEASE NOTE: FEE REVIEWS occur each January. However, the Nursery reserves the right to review the fees at any stage throughout the year due to increased costs beyond our control. Fee payers will receive a minimum of one month’s notice for any changes in fees.