We are open 48 weeks for all children and 38 weeks (coinciding with Lambeth school holidays) for funded only children. Our holidays are – 2 weeks in summer, 1 week in Christmas and 1 week in Easter, plus Bank Holidays and New Year’s Day. Please look at the school calendar on the website for holiday dates.
We are registered with the government’s Free For 3 and 4 scheme to offer 15 hours of free nursery education per week during school term times to 3 year olds with effect from the start of the term following their 3rd birthday.
We can also offer free two year old places to those who are eligible.
Our opening hours:
8:00 – 6:00 full time including breakfast, lunch hour and afternoon mealtime.
Part time morning sessions are:
9:00 – 12:00 (3 hours)
8:00 – 1:00 (5 hours, include lunchtime)
8:00 – 2:00 (6 hours, including lunchtime)
Part time afternoon sessions are:
1:00 – 4:00 (3 hours)
1:00 – 6:00 (5 hours, include mealtime)
Lunch: 12:00 – 1:00
Afternoon Meal: 4:30 – 5:30
All fees need to be paid monthly in advance
Hourly rate is £7.00 and parents pay for the consumable separately.
Full-day cost is £70 and half day £35
This fee is for the term time only, 38 weeks.
Full-time fee-paying parents can pay £5 per hour during those extended weeks – half-term holidays, 1 week at Christmas, 1 week at Easter and 4 weeks during school summer holidays.
Funded children are welcome to join those weeks with a fee. The booking terms are still the same, one month in advance.
Meal – (Lunch / Tea) £2.50 each
Breakfast (optional) – £1.50
Snack – 20p each day or children could bring fruits from home
Parents will need to provide – nappy and wipes for their toddlers.
We do have a uniform for the nursery to ensure all children are dressed appropriately to make them feel comfortable, warm and enable them to move safely without restrictions. Please look at the website or ask a member of staff in the nursery to show how the uniform looks.
As we are aiming for our children to achieve highly in their communication level, books play a vital role in developing that skill. Children start retelling the story they love and act as the characters in the book. We want to ensure that children read at least one book at home each week. Therefore we have introduced a book bag for each child which is very lightweight for children to carry, and expect them to take responsibility of said bag.