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Opening Times


Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 3:00pm


Early drop-off: 8.30am-9am

Morning session: 9:00am - 12:00pm

Afternoon session: 12:00pm - 3:00pm


You are welcome to combine mornings, mornings including lunch (9-1), afternoons, or full days.

Fees and Funding


Early drop-off is £2.75 a day.

3 hours £16.50 per session. 

4 hours £22 per session.

Full day £33.00 per session.

For families with siblings, there is a 10% discount.

We are registered to receive Government EYFS funding for 2, 3 and 4 year olds. There is an eligibility criteria for the 2 year old funding, which, if you are eligible, entitles you to 15 hours of funding each week (5 sessions). Contact the Early Years Funding team at Cheshire West and Chester on 01244 973930 to find out if you are eligible.

All 3 and 4 year olds are entitled to receive 15 hours of funded childcare a week from the term after they turn 3. We will provide you with the paperwork for this. We are also offering the 30 hours of funded childcare, subject to availability. This is for eligible families for the term after your child turns 3.To find out if you are eligible and to receive your code, click on the Childcare Choices link below. 

For more information about help with Childcare costs and to find out more about Government funding, visit:

2 year funding update:

Are you wanting to find out about funding and help with childcare costs?

Most families in England are entitled to some sort of support with childcare costs.

Currently, all 3 and 4-year-olds are entitled to 15 hours a week childcare support with registered childcare providers. Eligible working parents and carers of children aged 3-4 can also get an additional 15 hours childcare support, bringing their total up to 30 hours a week.

Some eligible parents of 2-year-old children may also be entitled to 15 hours childcare support, if they receive some additional forms of government support.

Starting from April 2024, existing childcare support will be expanded in phases. By September 2025, most working families with children under the age of 5 will be entitled to 30 hours of childcare support.

The changes are being introduced gradually to make sure that providers can meet the needs of more families. This means that:

  • From April 2024, eligible working parents of 2-year-olds will be able to access 15 hours childcare support.

  • From September 2024, 15 hours childcare support will be extended to eligible working parents of children from the age of 9 months to 3-year-olds.

  • From September 2025, eligible working parents of children under the age of 5 will be entitled to 30 hours of childcare a week.

Like the existing offer, depending on your provider, these hours can be used over 38 weeks of the year (during school term time), or up to 52 weeks if you use fewer than your total hours per week.

You can use Tax-Free Childcare or Universal Credit for Childcare whilst claiming your 15 or 30 hours of childcare support.

Find out more in the links below:

Healthy Eating

We are committed to providing healthy, nutritious, tasty food and drinks for all children. Our policy applies to all packed lunches and snack consumed within Preschool. We always practice a policy where all children's dietary needs are catered for and we are sensitive to the dietary requirement for all cultural, religious and individual preferences.

We provide a healthy snack during the morning session, along with a choice of milk or water. 

Fresh drinking water is available for the children to access at all times throughout the day.

The NHS Eatwell Guide

Childcare Choices


If you would like a copy of any of our policies, please contact Beth Hennessy at or click on this link

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