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Grant Funding

The Nursery is registered with Ofsted, the Buckinghamshire Early Years Childcare & Education Partnership and members of the Pre-School Learning Alliance. 
Grant funded nursery places for children 3 & 4 years old are available from the term after their third birthday:  

Universal funded children are encouraged to attend five sessions per week, 15 funded hours are allocated to each child, 3 hours in each session. 


The minimum number of sessions accepted is 3 per week (9 hours) which must be split across three days to ensure consistency.  Universal hours are free to parents term time only 38 weeks of the year.

30 hour funding is also accepted for full time places 9-3pm term time only 38 weeks of the year.  Packed lunches are to be provided by parents.

30 hours free childcare - GOV.UK (

Our current fees for this academic year (2023/24) are £24 per session (3 hours) which is invoiced termly along with £1 per session

(3 hours), per child for snacks and consumables. We provide fresh fruit, vegetables and snacks such as toast or crumpets to the children each session along with fresh water or milk.

There will also be a one off charge at the beginning of the year to cover out-sourced and extra curricular activities. This is to cover the costs of our Forest School teacher, music and movement sessions, special visitors (eg Zoo visit or storyteller) and entertainers that we like to surprise our children with throughout the year. This one-off charge is currently £150 and is payable before your child starts with us at the Nursery.


We accept all Childcare Vouchers. 

How to apply


For your child's name to be added to our waiting list click here and complete the application form - It is never too early to apply. You will receive a confirmation email on receipt. 




We aim to offer your child a place at least 3 terms prior to entering school, (which is the September before their 5th birthday). 


Offer letters will be sent out during February and March for children starting the following September.   Letters are sent out in order of when the application was received and registered on the waiting list.  


Should a place become available earlier, your child may be offered a place before September. Please see attached Admissions Policy for more details.

To go on our waiting list please click here to complete a registration form.



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