Times and Prices
We offer sessional daycare from birth and flexible funded nursery places for 2, 3 and 4 year olds on a first come first served basis.
Some 2 years olds are eligible for 15 hours of Funded Nursery Entitlement. Contact Kim Rowntree at the Hub on 01429 284284 if you think you may be eligible.
All 3 years olds are entitled to 15 hours of Funded Nursery Education from the term after their 3rd birthday. Children of working parents/carers are entitled to apply for an additional 15 hours of funded childcare for 3 and 4 year olds. If you think that you are eligible, you should apply at www.childcarechoices.gov.uk. See below for criteria.
In addition parents can 'top-up' funded provision.
Fees should be paid in advance. We accept cash, cheque, work place vouchers and government vouchers as well as student finance.
Early Years Fees 0-2 years (Puddle Room / Rock Pool Room)
- Morning - £23.00
- Afternoon - £21.00
- Full Day - £39.00
- Full Week - £182.00
Early Years Fees 2-3 years (Bay Room)
- Morning - £24.00
- Afternoon - £22.00
- Full Day - £38.00
- Full Week - £175.00
- 'Top up' funded provison - £5.00 per hour
Early Years 3+ years (Bay & Sea Room) to 'Top up' funded provison
- Morning - £26.00
- Afternoon - £24.00
- Full day - £45.00
Holiday Club 3-11 years
- Morning - £16.00
- Afternoon - £16.00
- Full Day - £22.00
Breakfast Care for school aged children - £5.00
After School Care for school aged children (until 3.30) - £4.00
After School Care for school aged children (until 5.45)- £10.00
(All prices are correct at the time of publication and some fees are subject to a late booking charge.)
The criteria for the additional 15 hours of funded childcare for working parents/carers of 3 and 4 year olds are presently;
Age of child
As with the existing 15 hours entitlement for 3 and 4 year olds, children become eligible for the additional 15 hours at the start of the school term after their third birthday.
Definition of working parents:
- Both parents must be in work, as defined below, and for single parent families, the sole parent must be in work.
- For the purposes of this scheme, 'in work’ is defined as being in employment (including self-employed) and earning more than the equivalent of the minimum wage for working 16 hours a week. As an example, the current minimum wage is £7.20 per hour for over 25s, so the minimum weekly income to be eligible would be £7.20 x 16 = £115.20.
- Each parent must also earn less than £100,000 per year.
- One parent must be 'in work' if the other receives disability benefit or benefits related to caring responsibilities (parental, maternity, paternity leave, adoption leave, or statutory sick pay)
Please note that this is a government proposal and St John Vianney School do not have any control over the qualifying criteria.
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