Fees.

Morris Minors Pre-school is registered with Hertfordshire County Council to receive nursery funding for two, three and four year old children.

Additional hours above fifteen and charges for non-funded children are £5.80 per hour.

A fee invoice will be given out on the first day of each term and payment of any outstanding amount must be made within one week.

Session

Morning

Lunch Time

Afternoon

Full Day

 

Time

9.15am - 12.15pm

12.15am - 1.00pm

1.00pm - 3.30pm

9.15pm - 3.30pm

 

Price

£17.40

£4.35

£14.50

£36.25

 

Nursery Funding.

Please visit the Government Childcare Choices website for detailed information on the support available to parents.  The Government website provides information on 2, 3 and 4 year old funding, as well as the 30 hours offer available to working parents.  The website also has details of the Tax Free Childcare initiative and other support available.

The nursery may also be able to claim up to an additional £302 per year to help with your child’s education.  Early Years Pupil Premium may be provided where a parent is in receipt of certain allowances.  

All funded children will be eligible for fifteen hours free care and education, actual hours will depend on the individual child and family circumstances, as well as availability at the pre-school.  Many children begin with two mornings or afternoons, then gradually increase their hours.  Parents sign a declaration form confirming hours at the Pre-school and this enables the setting to claim appropriate funding from Hertfordshire County Council.  

Priority for Pre-school hours is given to those children who intend to stay at Morris Minors until they reach compulsory school age.  We believe our high staff to child ratio, together with excellent standards of care and education, give children the best possible start in their early years.
 

‘Dedicated staff maintain outstanding links with parents, external professionals and other settings that children attend.  Staff make exceptional use of additional funding to promote children’s skills and progress to their full capacity.’

Ofsted Inspection 2017