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Common Questions

We hope these questions and answers are helpful, however if you have any other queries please do not hestitate to contact us.


Do you provide the children’s meals?

Breakfast costs 50p and is provided at 8.30- 8.45 am. We are sorry but if your child arrives after this time, they will be too late for breakfast.

Hot lunch and pudding costs £1.70 and is served at 12 pm. If your child is with us for the morning only please be on time collecting as this is the time the other children sit down for lunch

Tea costs 50p and is served at 4 p.m.

All three meals are charged at £2.00 per day. These prices are subject to review.

Click here to view our rotating 3 week menus


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How can I prepare my child for starting nursery?

All children are unique and the amount of time that a child takes to settle into our Nursery can vary enormously. Therefore, children will be given time to settle in at their own pace, so as to make them feel welcome, safe and confident in a new environment.

We encourage parents to help during this time.


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How do I know what my child has done throughout the day?

Each child receives a daily diary which will provide communication between home and nursery.


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What are your times of opening?

The nursery is open from 8am-5.30pm Monday to Friday for 50 weeks a year.


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When does the nursery close?

The Nursery closes for one week at Christmas and one week at Whitsun (May/June).


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Will my child have a keyperson?

Each child is allocated a key person who will be responsible for monitoring the child's progress and keeping records about each child in their care.

Parents can view their child's records at any time and we welcome their input. The key person is also the first point of contact for parents and daily updates can be made to meet the needs of each individual child.





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