ILM Day Nursery highly recommends you visit our nurseries to fully appreciate the level of care, support and facilites we provide.
£9 per hour if parents fall from morning session to afternoon session or from afternoon to late evening session.
Opening Hours Mon – Fri (8:00am to 6:00pm)
Late pickup fee is an additional cost which is £20 for half an hour and £30 for the hour.
Securing you child's place
A £50.00 registration non-refundable fee to be paid at the time of registration to secure a place in the nursery.
Fees are payable monthly in advance by Direct Debit/Standing Order/Cash
Payments – Fees are due on the 1st of the month in advance.
Fees will continue to be payable even if your child is ill/absent from nursery.
ILM Day Nursery is closed for all Bank Holidays. Parents are requested to serve one month notice if they wish to leave the setting, otherwise they will lose their deposit.
Nursery Education Funding
Children become eligible for nursery funding the term after they turn 3 and children who are also 2 years old are eligible for nursery funding subject to conditions.
ILM Day Nursery offers 15 hours of free childcare per week in school term times to all eligible 2,3 & 4 year olds. We offer morning sessions of 3 hours (9.00-12.00) and afternoon session of 3 hours (13.00-16.00)
You are able to book any combination of these up to the 15 hour entitlement so please call us for more details.
NEW FREE 30 HOURS
From September 2017 all working parent/parents of 3 and 4 year olds are entitled to free 30 hours a week subject to conditions. The additional childcare entitlement is for working families who meet the below eligibility criteria:
Both parents are working (or the sole parent is working in a lone parent family) and each parent earns, on average: a weekly minimum equivalent to 16 hours at national minimum wage or the national living wage. If one parent’s income is over £100,000 per year the family will not be eligible
One or both parents may be on leave parental or maternity leave
One or both parents are on statutory sick pay
Parents on zero hour contracts or self employed
One parent is employed and the other parent has either substantial caring responsibilities, and or a disability, is a foster carer with their own 3 and 4 year old children
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