Flexible. Pick a plan that suits you.
FULL TIME AND PART TIME CARE
Children in our full and part time care are engaged in a range of activities from painting, reading, singing going to the park , stay and play sessions and library sessions.
BEFORE AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE
(Ashbury Meadow, School of the Resurrection and St. Brigid’s Primary school)
Children in our before school session have breakfast and are dropped off in school. These sessions are meant to help parents who have an early start to their day. Children in the after school session are picked up from their various schools by a member of staff. They are given light healthy sandwiches, snacks and fruit after which they engage in their homework, reading and games.
This care caters for children who are on break from school whilst parents still need to go to work. Our holiday care involve children in a series of fun games, arts and craft, outings to the park as well as the trampoline park and other fun places.
This care package is set up to look after children whose parents need to go for job interviews, hospital appointments or just want to have a day to relax and rewind. This is charged at £8/hr per child based on a minimum of 2 hrs of childminding per day.
During this time, children are offered ad-hoc fun programmes to enhance their learning development and make their stay happy and enjoyable.
FREE FUNDED HOURS
We understand that covering the cost of childcare can be overwhelming that is why we participate in the free government funding for children with working parents. Many working parents of 3 and 4 Year olds can be eligible for 30 hours funded childcare. You and your partner will need to earn not more than £100,000 a year or at least work 16 Hours a week. You can claim 30 hours from the start of the term after your child turns 3. We also offer the 15 hours for some 2-year olds and this can be claimed from the term after your child turns 2. To cover the additional cost of providing snacks, drinks and other consumables, as well as any additional activities, we charge a small fee of £0.75 for each hour of free childcare.
The equivalent additional fee for a child benefiting from 30 hours of free childcare would be £22.50 per week. The offer of a government-subsidised place at our setting is not dependent on paying this additional fee and you may prefer to supply your own meals, snacks and drinks. The scheme runs for 38 weeks term time only but if you need it for longer, you can talk to us about it.
We are open from Monday to Friday between 7.30am to 6.30pm, 52 weeks per year (we are sometimes closed for one week a year. Parents will be notified of this well ahead of time)
We are usually closed on UK Bank Holidays but we can be flexible. Feel free to talk to us.