We open 7.30am – 6.00pm Monday to Friday all year, only closing for Bank Holidays and Christmas.
Sessions – Day care
We provide full day care for all nursery age children for the following times:
Morning sessions 7.30am - 12.30pm
Afternoon sessions 1.00pm - 6.00pm
Full Day sessions 7.30am - 6.00pm
Sessions - Before and after school care
We also provide day care sessions for school children:
Breakfast Club 7.30am - 8.30am
After School 3.00pm - 6.00pm
Wrap Around (any half day when also in a state nurery - we offer picks up/drop off as needed)
We offer pick ups and drop offs to the following schools - Ashley Primary and Ss Peter and Paul Primary.
We aim to be as flexible as possible with the hours we provide so we can fit around your individual needs and requirements, including caring for children on a shift pattern. If you have any enquiries you can contact us and we will work out the best schedule to fit around you and your child's needs. There is a minimum of 1 half day session per week and any additional hours that may be needed can be worked into our schedule and the fees.
Tapestry Learning Journals
To record children’s learning and development we use an online platform called ‘Tapestry.’ This is a secure programme which is designed for parents/carers to be able to view/contribute to their child’s personal file. This helps us to keep consistency from learning and opportunities are able to be built upon within any environment, home or nursery.
You can find out more about Tapestry on our Parent Portal.
All information about fees is available directly through the nursery or you can contact us.
We do offer a variety of discounts to people who work in services that support our community and help to make it a better place, for students and for siblings of children already in our nursery. The full list of discounts is:
10% Sibling Discount
10% NHS Discount
5% Local Authority Discount
5% Teacher Discount
All the information you need to reach us can be found on our contact page.
There has been a lot of debate recently about the state of air pollution levels and their effects on children with a report showing that over 1000 nurseries in the UK are based near roads with illegal levels of air pollution. The fumes coming from the road traffic represent a serious, and often overlooked, risk to children's health if they continue to breathe in the polluted air.
We are happy to say that we are not one of those nurseries and are situated away from highly polluting roads meaning the air our children breathe in is safe. There are nurseries in the region that do not have as clean air as we do and this ITV News article contains a list of all the offending nurseries.