Current price list

Terms and conditions: Westfield House 2019

Fees must be paid on a monthly basis, in advance on or before the 1st of the month. We prefer fees via direct bank transfer but you may pay by cheque or cash. We also accept nursery vouchers. 

No refund will be given for periods where your child's nursery place is unfilled due to illness or holidays.

Funded sessions are not transferable and will not be refunded due to sickness or absence.

If you fail to make a payment by the due date we will enforce an interest charge of 2% above the base rate of our bank on the fee outstanding for every day that the invoice remains unpaid, along with an administration fee of £25.00

Fixed contract-Our fees are based on a weekly fee which shall be notified to you in advance of your child starting at the nursery ("Weekly Fee").  We calculate the amount payable by you each month by multiplying the Weekly Fee by 51 weeks charged for in each year and dividing the total by 12. This will result 12 equal monthly payments.

Fees will be charged at the variable rates for parents not opting for the fixed contract

Flexible contract- Dates must be provided 1 month in advance and a session form MUST be completed each month. These sessions are not transferable and fees will not be refunded due to sickness or absence and will be charged at the variable rate. Please note places are limited and priority will go to children on non-flexible contracts.

The nursery will be closed on bank holidays; you will not be charged for out of school care during school holidays unless you have requested holiday care. Afterschool care can be variable but a session form will need completing every month by 21st month and fees will not be refunded once the session form is completed.

We do not offer a reduced rate for siblings.

We may suspend the provision of childcare to your child, and add on 1 months’ notice, at any time if;

*You have failed to pay any fees.

*Your child’s behaviour at the nursery is deemed to be unacceptable or endangers the safety and well-being of the other children at the nursery.

If you need to make any changes to your child’s days they MUST be done by Thursday lunchtime at the latest via email or telephone and if we are able to accommodate the changes it will be confirmed via email BEFORE 5pm Thursday.


Prices from April 2019


Sessions 7.30am-1pm 1pm-6pm (lunch, tea and snacks included)


We have free funded spaces available for 2, 3 & 4 year olds (15 hours per week) ask a member of staff for more details 


Fixed contract

0-2 years

2-3 years

3-5 years

Full day








Full time (week)





Short day sessions (fixed contract)

0-2 years

2-3 years

3-5 years








Term time only/ variable coontract

0-2 years

2-3 years

3-5 years

Full day










Wrap around care

(school age children only)

Holiday club

Breakfast club

Afterschool club

Full day












Additional hours


Lunches (Nursery Ed)









From September 2017, the Department for Education rolls out a new policy of extended entitlement of up to 30 hours funded childcare for eligible children aged three and four.

A child is eligible from the term that begins following their third birthday if the child’s parent(s) meets the eligibility criteria set out below:

  • The parent (and their partner where applicable) should be seeking the funded childcare to enable them to work.
  • The parent of the child (and their partner where applicable) should also be in qualifying paid work. Each parent or the single parent in a lone parent household will need to expect to earn the equivalent of 16 hours at the national living wage or their national minimum wage rate over the forthcoming quarter.
  • Where one or both parents are in receipt of benefits in connection with sickness or parenting, they are treated as though they are in paid work.
  • Where one parent (in a couple household) is in receipt or could be entitled to be in receipt of specific benefits related to caring, incapacity for work or limited capability for work that they are treated as though they are in paid work;
    where a parent is in a ‘start-up period’, (ie they are newly self-employed), they do not need to demonstrate that they meet the income criteria for twelve months in order to qualify for the extended entitlement.
  • If either or both parents’ income exceeds £100,000 they will not be eligible for the extended entitlement.







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