Morning sessions are Monday to Friday during term time. Hours will be from 09.00 to 12.00 for children ages from 2 years. £4.40 per hour (or 3hrs Early Years free or extended entitlement funding)
Afternoon sessions are available on Monday to Friday during term time. Hours will be from 12.30 to 15.00 for children aged from 2 years. £4.40 per hour (or 2.5hrs Early Years free or extended entitlement funding). Please note Wednesday afternoon is a rising 4s session tailored to extend the knowledge of those children who start school in the next academic year.
A Lunch club is available to the children in addition to a morning or afternoon session, Monday to Friday. £2.20 per half hour lunch club (or 0.5hrs Early Years free or extended entitlement funding). Children are required to bring their packed lunch with them each day if they are attending lunch club.
Early Years Free Entitlement Funding currently provides up to 15 hours per week for 38 weeks a year. Currently a child becomes eligible for this funding the term after which they turn three years old. If both parents (or a lone parent) are working more than 16 hrs per week, you may be entitled to extended free funding totalling 30 hrs per week. To find out more please visit the childcare choices website. Any sessions not covered by Free Entitlement Funding, for example if your child is not yet eligible for Free Entitlement Funding, or attends for more than 15 hours a week will be charged to you at the normal hourly rate of £4.40 per hour.
Please note our Committee review our fees on an annual basis and they are therefore subject to change.
From September 2014 the law changed to allow more two year olds to benefit from free childcare than ever before. Wiltshire Council has branded the funding as ‘Better 2gether Funding’. To find out whether or not you might qualify for 2yr old funding please go to the Wiltshire Council website.
We provide a healthy buffet style social snack time where children are encouraged to help themselves to a selection of fruit and vegetables (many of which we have grown ourselves), breadsticks, cheese, dried fruits etc. They pour their own milk or water.