Sessions and Prices

Full Pricelist


Session Time Price Discount prices
Breakfast Club 07.30am-08.00am £7.00


No discount available

Morning session 08.00am-13.00pm £30.00 £27.00
Afternoon session 13.00pm-18.00pm £30.00 £27.00
Short Day 08.00am-15.30pm or 10.30am-18.00pm £43.00 £38.70
Early Bird 08.00am-17.00pm £46.00 £41.40
Full Day Option 1 08.00am-17.30pm £48.00 £43.20
Full Day Option 2 08.00am-18.00pm £50.00 £45.00
Hourly rate for hours in excess of normal session – by prior arrangement only 1 hour £7.00


No discount available

Hourly rate for hours in excess of Free Entitlement 1 hour £6.50 £5.85
Late charges Unarranged care after a child’s session has ended £20 for the first 15 minutes or part of and £1 per minute thereafter

£20 for the first 15 minutes or part of and £1 per minute thereafter

More on fees

A completed Registration form and a £50 non refundable deposit are required at the time of booking. This non refundable fee secures your place in the nursery. Where a child does not subsequently take up their place the Registration Fee is non refundable.

All fees are due on the 1st of each month in advance.  Invoices are only generated in the case of new/overdue fees as all fees are calculated on a per calendar monthly basis. Late fee’s will be subject to a 10% late charge as per our terms and conditions.

If you require a session that is not listed above then please get in contact with us and we will endeavour to assist you in finding the best solution.


We offer the following discounts:

  • Employees of the Cabot Learning Federation (CLF) are entitled to a 10% discount on fees and the option of a term time only space when in reciept of 15 or 30 hours Nursery Education Grant .
  • Sibling’s of children attending CLF schools are entitled to a 10% discount on fees
  • Employees and users of the Kingswood Foundation Estate are entitled to a 10% discount fees

The nursery is open for 51 weeks of the year. We are closed between the Christmas – New Year period and on all statutory bank holidays. Fees are payable at the full rate for all periods of child absence, including holidays, bank holidays and sickness.

Free sessions

We are able to offer up to 30 hours per week of free sessions for eligible two and three and four year olds. Please note hours attended in excess of the funded hours are chargeable at £6.50 per hour.

15 hours

Funding is allocated as 11.1 hours per week for 51 weeks of the year or 15 hours a week for 38 weeks of the year (term time only).

30 hours

Funding is allocated as 22.3 hours per week for 51 weeks of the year or 30 hours per week term time only (Term time only available from September 2019)

For more information regarding your eligibility for a funded two year old place please visit the website for your local council. For eligibility regarding the 30 hours please visit

Help with fees

>Childcare Choices

Childcare Choices brings together all the government childcare offers in one place for the first time. The website makes it easy to find out what’s on offer. Use the Childcare Calculator at to see what offers are available to support you and your family.

>Tax-free childcare

This is a Government scheme available for all working families, including those who are self-employed. For every £8 you pay in, the Government will add £2 (up to £2,000 per child). This can be used to pay for sessions in addition to the Free Entitlement. More information can be found on the Childcare Service website.

>Childcare Vouchers

We accept childcare vouchers from all the major and local companies please contact us to find out more

>Childcare element of Working Tax Credit

The Working Tax Credit has a Childcare element that will pay up to 70% of your childcare costs, up to £175 per week for families with childcare costs for one child and £300 per week for families with two or more children, subject to status.  Parents / carers must be working a minimum of 16 hours per week.

>Financial support for young parents and students

Care to Learn aims to give financial support up to £5,000 per child per year to teenage parents (including dads), who want to continue their education or training, or are returning to education or training and need help with the cost of their childcare. £32 million is also available through the Learner Support Scheme to help students with childcare costs. Priority is given to single parents and those on low incomes, and the fund can be used to support the costs of any registered childcare.

For more information on help with fees for student parents, as well as lots of other useful related information visit: