|0 - 2 Years|
|Per Day (08.00 - 18.00)||£42.00|
|Per Day (09.00 - 15.00)||£36.00|
|Morning (08.00 - 12.30)||£28.00|
|Afternoon (13.30 - 18.00)||£28.00|
|2 - 4 Years|
|Per Day (08.00 - 18.00)||£40.00|
|Per Day (09.00 - 15.00)||£34.00|
|Morning (08.00 - 12.30)||£27.00|
|Afternoon (13.30 - 18.00)||£27.00|
|Early Bird (07.30 - 08.00)||£2.00|
|Breakfast Club / School Drop Off||£10.00|
|Afternoon Club / School Pick Up||£17.00|
*We can cater for late sessions for all age groups by arrangement.
*A £30.00 non-returnable fee is payable on registering with the nursery.
Every three year old child is entitled to funding from the government - enabling free access to an early education place for 15 hours per week, at a setting of their choice.
This funding starts from the term after the child’s third birthday and continues until they go to school.
Some two year olds can also get funding towards a 15 hour early education place, but this is not a universal offer and is dependant on meeting certain criteria.
Please ask a member of the management team for further information or contact us and we will be happy to help.
Meals and Snacks
Amber’s Attic provides breakfast, lunch and a lighter tea. We also provide healthy snacks throughout the day. A sample of the menus is displayed on the information board in the reception area.
We provide a healthy and balanced diet that works to provide the 5 recommended portions of fruit and vegetables each day. We do not provide sugary drinks or food but water is available continually throughout the day.
We ask that parents/carers do not bring juices or sweets etc to the nursery for their child except on very special occasions where we celebrate together.
If your child has an allergy to any particular food or has any specific likes and dislikes, please inform your child’s key worker.
Key Worker Scheme
Your child will be allocated a key worker within the room and this enables continuity of care and for the key worker to build a sound relationship with you and your child.
The key worker will settle you both into the nursery routines. They regularly assess your child’s progress against the Early Years Foundation Stages (EYFS explained further in this handbook), so as to provide appropriate learning opportunities and keep a learning journey of that progress.
You can ask to see your child’s file at any time. Parents/Carers evenings will be held twice a year where you will have the opportunity to speak in more detail with your child’s key worker about your child’s achievements.
We promote positive working in partnership with parents/carers and will implement activities for you to do within your home as an extension of the learning done at nursery and equally, interests from home will be integrated into the daily activity at nursery.