Fees and charges

Fees are invoiced through our EYlog system in advance on a monthly basis. We accept BACS payments only.

(please see our bank details on the useful information page),

We accept the following funding:

2 year olds: Better together funding for two year olds, please click the following link for more information and to apply: https://parentportal.wiltshire.gov.uk/web/portal/pages/home The term after your child turns 3 years olds: Tax free childcare 15 hours univrsal government funding (for every child) 15 hours extended governemnt funding (application criteria applied) meaning a child can claim a maximum of 30 hours per week. Care to learn funding (available for parents in study) Please click the following link for more information on each of the above and follow the instructions to apply. https://www.childcarechoices.gov.uk/

To register your child with us we require a £30 non refundable registration fee to reserve hours, this can be paid by BACS.

For every child who attends with us we also charge a consumable fee. This fee covers

everything other than the care for your child including resources,suncream, electricity, water, snacks and staff training.

This is charged monthly along with your invoice at a rate of £2 per hours your child attends on a weekly basis. So a child attending 15 hours a week will be charged £30 per month and a child attending 30 hours a week will be charged £60 a month. Our current hourly rate for any chargeable hours are: 18 month old - £7.15 per hour 2 years + - £6.60 per hour 3 years + - £6.05 per hour The difference in rates per age bracket reflects the difference in staffing ratios needed.

Extra charges:

“Staff provide an exceptional learning environment which is centred around the children. Children arrive at pre-school excited and eager to engage in play and exploration. Staff facilitate children's learning and enable them to have the best possible experiences. Children in the garden ask for a ramp for their cars. Staff help children to find equipment they can use and support them with a trial-anderror approach. Children beam with happiness as they push cars down the ramp they have created.” OFSTED 2022
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