The woodland nursery on the edge of the city

General Information

Our Day Care Fees

We are open 51 weeks of the year.
Bank holidays and planned closure days are NOT charged.
Prices include all meals, snacks and nappies.

Children 3 months to the term after they turn 3 year – £5.43 per hour
Nursery education funding deducted from invoices
(15 hours maximum for eligible 2 year olds)

Day Care SessionsTimePrice per session
Day Care Sessions:
10 hours (Full day)
Time:
8.00am - 6.00pm
Price per session:
£63.50
Day Care Sessions:
8 hour session (Core day)
Time:
8.00am - 4.00pm
Price per session:
£50.80

Children from the term after they turn 3 years, up to 5 years – £5.28 per hour
Nursery education funding deducted from invoices
(15 hours maximum for all children, 30 hours maximum for eligible children)

Day Care SessionsTimePrice per session
Day Care Sessions:
10 hours (Full day)
Time:
8.00am - 6.00pm
Price per session:
£60.00
Day Care Sessions:
8 hour session (Core day)
Time:
8.00am - 4.00pm
Price per session:
£48.00

T&C's

Deposit: 2 weeks fees – refundable at end of contract (provided notice criteria met) 

 

Minimum booking: 16 hours per week 

Discounts: 5% discount for children attending five full days (10 hours per day) per week 

Childcare Vouchers: Various schemes accepted 

Nursery Education Funding (NEF) Children qualify for NEF the term after their 3rd birthday, and for some 2 year olds, the term following their 2nd birthday. This funding will be reimbursed on your bill, for the first 15/30 hours of your booked sessions per week. This funding can be taken over 38 weeks, or in some cases stretched across 50 weeks. 

Meals: Charges will be made for meals during NEF funded hours. These will be charged at:
£2 per breakfast (8am)
£2.55 per lunch (12noon)
£2 per tea (5pm) 

Help paying for childcare

At Hardmoor we accept Childcare vouchers, Tax Free Childcare and Early Years funding for 2, 3 and 4 year olds.  

Children qualify for Early Years Funding the term after their 3rd birthday and for some 2 year olds, the term after their 2nd birthday. At Hardmoor this funding can be used for term time only childcare (38 weeks) or stretched across the full year (50 weeks). Charges are made for meals during the funded hours.

To find out more about help paying for childcare and what you can access follow this link / click here/ etc
https://www.gov.uk/help-with-childcare-costs 

T&C's

Deposit: 2 weeks fees – refundable at end of contract (provided notice criteria met)

Minimum booking: 16 hours per week

Discounts: 5% discount for children attending five full days (10 hours per day) per week

Childcare Vouchers: Various schemes accepted

Nursery Education Funding (NEF) Children qualify for NEF the term after their 3rd birthday, and for some 2 year olds, the term following their 2nd birthday. This funding will be reimbursed on your bill, for the first 15/30 hours of your booked sessions per week. This funding can be taken over 38 weeks, or in some cases stretched across 50 weeks.

Meals: Charges will be made for meals during NEF funded hours. These will be charged at:
£2 per breakfast (8am)
£2.55 per lunch (12noon)
£2 per tea (5pm)

Help paying for childcare

At Hardmoor we accept Childcare vouchers, Tax Free Childcare and Early Years funding for 2, 3 and 4 year olds.

Children qualify for Early Years Funding the term after their 3rd birthday and for some 2 year olds, the term after their 2nd birthday. At Hardmoor this funding can be used for term time only childcare (38 weeks) or stretched across the full year (50 weeks). Charges are made for meals during the funded hours.

To find out more about help paying for childcare and what you can access follow this link www.gov.uk/help-with-childcare-costs

Aims for the Centre

The Centre will:

  • Offer a range of provision, with continuity of care and education, for young children 0–5 years and their families
  • Provide an environment that is safe, friendly, inspiring and welcoming to all
  • Work in partnership with families, valuing their knowledge and respecting their opinions
  • Provide inclusive education and care by working with other agencies and professionals to meet the needs of individual children and their families
  • Encourage an atmosphere of open communication
  • Provide high quality, challenging learning opportunities which build on the children’s interests and capabilities and are carefully planned to work towards the Early Learning Goals set out in the DCSF document ‘The Early Years Foundation Stage’
  • Provide a wide range of stimulating resources in a spacious, bright and attractive environment
  • Encourage high standards of behaviour to which children can respond positively and build on for the future
  • Regularly monitor and evaluate the provision to ensure quality
  • Engage well-qualified Early Years Practitioners, who are committed to updating their knowledge and skills
  • Be a focus of interest, activity and information for the community

“Testimonial here.”

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