All year round: 51 weeks. Nursery Closes 22nd December of each year and all Bank Holiday. Nursery reopens 5th January with Statutory inset training on the 4th January of the New Year.
Term Time: 38 weeks of the year. Holiday care is booked in advance and subject to availability at the time of booking. All fees are paid in advance 1st day of the monthly or weekly on Mondays.
Monday – Friday
Early start – 7am to 8am.
Full time – 8am to 6pm
Morning session: 8am – 1pm.
Afternoon session: 1pm to 6pm.
Late pick up: 6pm to 7pm.
Flexible hours available for 15 and 30 hrs funded places subjected to availability.
Saturday school: 10am to 5pm (Saturdays only ages 4 – 12 years)
We support children aged 4 to 12 years for further supplementary learning on Saturdays between 10am and 5pm. This service is usually on request
Free funded places: Available for 2, 3, and 4 years old. Parents are to bring their letters/code numbers confirming their eligibility. Flexible hours available including Saturday am or Pm.
Please be informed that you may be able to claim help towards childcare fees from the following schemes:
• Government Childcare Support for children from 9 months, 2 years, 3 to 5 year olds. Contact the Lambeth Family Information Services on 020 7926 1000.
• Universal Credit for Working Families Childcare Support. Visit the UK Government website on www.gov.uk/managetaxcredits
• HMRC Helpline: 0345 300 3900 Textphone: 0345 300 3909.
• Childcare vouchers. We accept all childcare vouchers. Please contact your employers for more information about these vouchers.
Extra Curricular Activities – French lesson, Exercise for the young, trips and outings
We organise and invite parents and families to join us on our outings with the children annually to:
Summer family outing/picnic to amusement park
Forest School at Brockwell Park weekly
Visit to the local Library and Post Office
Christmas, and other month- by – month calendar of annual event in the year.
Extracurricular Activity – Music and Dance Club
Music captures the imagination of children and develops their early interest in music and movement activities. The music and dance club is ran by an outside teachers who incorporate the early years foundation stages theme into the session thereby enabling the children to explore and experience the world of music and movement.