Nursery Options

To find out more about our Nursery Options Click Here to download the Heathfield House Day Nursery Prospectus.

per full day   £49.50

per morning   £29.50

per afternoon  £29.50

per full time week   £225

Full days are from 8am until 6pm. Morning sessions are 8am until 12:30pm and include breakfast snack and lunch. Afternoon sessions are from 1pm-6pm and include afternoon snack.

We are open 51 weeks of the year (closed bank holidays and 12pm Christmas Eve until the 1st working day of the New Year).

Payment Options

Your childcare can be paid in a number of different ways including standing orders, cash and cheques. There are also a number of different options which can help you with paying for your childcare. Fees are due at the beginning of the month and upon taking a place we will work out a payment plan for you. For more information please see below and/or ask in nursery.

Funded places for 3 and 4 year olds

All three and four year old children are entitled to Early Years funded sessions through the Free Early Years Education grant. There are currently 30 or 15 hours FREE Early Years entitlement per week for eligible parents of 3 and 4 year olds, across 38 weeks of the year. Children will receive the free entitlement from the term after their third birthday.

Funded places for 2 year olds

Funded places are available for some two year olds – which we are able to offer. To find out if you are eligable please contact your local children’s centre. Please note this funding is not available to all 2 year olds, only those who meet the criteria set by the Local Authority.

Child Tax Credits and working tax credits

Help towards childcare fees is available from HM Revenue and Customs. For more information please visit the government website.

Childcare Vouchers

Some employers offer childcare voucher schemes which is a great way of helping working parents with the cost of childcare. To find out if your employer offers a scheme please speak to your HR department who will be able to set this up for you. Remember it can save you up to around £1000 per year so is definitely worth looking in to!