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 Accepting Applications



We welcome children between the age of 2 years and school age.  Our routine allows time each day for the children to enjoy child-initiated play as a group but also time in age-based groups, where activities are tailored to meet the needs of the group.
We currently have spaces available for September 2022, give us a call to have a chat.

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  • What are your opening hours?
    We are open during term time only. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesdays & Thursdays 9-3pm Fridays 9-12pm
  • Do you have INSET days?
    Yes we do, but we try to synchronise them with the local school to minimise disruption to our families.
  • Do I need to book a minimum number of sessions?
    No you don't have to. However, we do recommend children that children attend at least 2 x individual sessions* a week as it helps them get to know us, they settle quicker and get into a regular routine. *a session is 3 hours either 9-12 or 12-3pm.
  • Can I book extra sessions on an ad hoc basis?
    Yes, we are able to offer some flexibility, but we would need at least 48 hours notice to ensure we have the correct staffing in place.
  • If our circumstances change, can I increase my sessions?"
    This is dependent on the age of your child, availability of sessions and staffing levels. We will always try to support you in the best way we can, so have a chat with one of our Managers to see what we can do.
  • Do you accept childcare vouchers?
    Yes we do. Please follow this link to the government website which provides information about childcare vouchers and childcare tax credits.
  • What are childcare tax credits?
    Please follow this link to the government website which provides information about childcare tax credits and childcare vouchers.
  • What are the free nursery hours for 3 and 4 years olds?
    Please follow this link to more information about government funded hours for 3 and 4 year olds and how to apply
  • What is the EYFS?
    The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) framework sets out the learning and development stages for children as they grow from birth to 5 years.
  • Who are OFSTED and what do they do?
    Ofsted carry out inspections of the services providing education and childcare services to children. After their inspecion of a premises, they provide a report detailing their assessment along with a rating. You can read our most recent OFSTED report here:
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