The best investment
Our home nurseries typically cost £79 for a 10 hour day.
This represents fantastic value for money as our settings never have more than 3 children per adult. Your child will get significantly more individual attention and learning than in a nursery setting where 9 to 1 ratios are typical.
Your child is making a million neural connections a second in their early years. Investing in their learning at this age lays the strongest possible foundation to lifelong happiness and success.
All inclusive fees
Food & Snacks
Our home nurseries serve fresh home cooked food every day - included in your fee.
Your child will get lunch and tea served round the table, where they can learn a love of different flavours, social eating and chatter.
And let's not forget our much-loved 'adventure snacks' served whilst out and about. Blueberries taste so much better when wrapped in fresh air.
Nappies & Things
All the things your child needs day to day - like nappies, wipes, suncream and milk - are all included in your fee. This makes your morning packing headache free.
Our home nurseries use trusted brands, offering the best performance and make eco conscious choices. Of course, you can supply your own brand if preferred.
We provide a kit list to ensure your child is suitably dressed for all weathers. For a one-off cost when you start, we supply top-quality outerwear.
We wash all the outdoor kit in the home nurseries so all you need to bring each day is your child and their wellies. We can just hear your washing machine breathing a sigh of relief.
Save £2,000 a year
Tax Free childcare is available to every family so long both parents are earning more than £139.52 per week and neither earns more than £100,000 per year.
You can claim 20% of your childcare costs from the Government - up to £500 every three months.
If just the thought of the forms involved in claiming give you a headache, we've got you. We'll navigate you through the bureaucracy and help ensure you get the maximum £2,000 allowance a year.
Funded hours from age 3
Every child is entitled to 570 hours of free childcare a year when they turn three. This is known as '15 hours free'.
Lots of working families qualify for a further 15 hours a week - known as '30 hours free'. In total, this qualifies you for 1140 hours of childcare per year.
This Government support significantly reduces your bill but you still need to pay the hours over and above your free entitlement and for consumables.
Many parents choose to place their child in a pre-school at this age so we may wave you farewell. But if you choose to stay with us, we will claim this support on your behalf, so long as we have 3 months notice.