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Due to the current situation regarding Covid we have made the decision to close all of our centre's during February half-term.
This is not something we have ever had to do before but in the current climate we need to give staff some time off as most of them will be having to work extra hours in the coming weeks to cover staff who can’t work or who have to have time off.
Anyone that has taken up the stretched funding offer will have their hours carried over and these can be taken in agreement with the manager at a mutually agreeable time. Alternatively, you can take the Feb half term as one of your holiday weeks. There will be no charge for fee paying parents for this week.
Half-Term Holiday Club
Our childcare centres are open throughout the school holidays providing childcare for children from 2- 11 years.
Holidays are about having fun and spending time with friends. At all our clubs we plan for a fun packed week of activities, trips off site and exciting learning opportunities. Some of the things that your children can join in with are: den building, cooking, sewing, face painting, hair braiding, team sports and crafts.
Sessions and prices are available on request.
For more details contact our settings via the link below and speak to a member of staff.
Is your child entitled to funding?
2, 3 & 4 yr Funding
The Early Years Entitlement [EYE] provides funded part-time nursery education for 15 hours a week for 38 weeks during a financial year.
Parents/carers can choose where to take up their free nursery education from a range of providers including...
We are open!
All of our Centre's will be open from Tuesday 5th January 2021 for ALL children.
This is following Government guidance that all early years and childcare provision is to remain open.
Tax free childcare and 30 hours funding
We are committed to ensuring the safety of the staff and children during the current COVID 19 pandemic and we ask that as parents you help us by respecting and keeping to the guidance and operating procedures we have put in place. An extensive risk assessment has been carried out and in line with Government Guidance we have put in a lot of safety and hygiene measures to minimise the risk of infection. Whilst we will do our best to ensure the risk of infection is minimised, we cannot give you 100% guarantee of infection never happening. If you are choosing to send your child to nursery you are accepting that there is a small risk.
Our risk assessment and operating procedures are available to all parents/carers.