Give your son and daughter the best start in life at Greengate House nursery
Our childcare provision
|Full time daily||7.30am to 6pm||£43.00 – 0 to 5 years|
|Morning session||7.30am to 12.30pm||£26.50 *|
|Afternoon session||12.30pm to 6pm||£24.50 *|
|After 6pm||For every 15 minutes late||£10.00|
- Our morning session includes breakfast, a mid-morning snack and a home cooked meal
- Our afternoon session includes an afternoon snack/ light tea. Fees are reviewed annually in March.
We are open 52 weeks of the year and we don’t charge for bank holidays
To secure a nursery place, a deposit of £100.00 is required. The deposit is none refundable if you decided not to take the nursery place.
One month’s notice from the beginning of the month in writing will be required.
If your child is absent due to sickness, holidays or for any other reason, fees will still be charged, as it is the child’s place you pay for and not their attendance. Unfortunately we are not able to offer exchanged days for holidays or sickness.
Every child is entitled to education funding from the term after their third birthday. At Greengate House Nursery the funding is spread out over every week of the year and is calculated depending on the amount of weeks in that particular term. (September – December, January – March, April – August) The exact funding amount will show up on your monthly invoices. Each term you will be asked to sign a permission form from Bradford Early Years stating that you give permission for Greengate House Nursery to claim for your child.
We also offer education funded places for two year olds starting the term after they turn two. To receive this funding you need to be eligible and provide evidence of this, please ring the managers to find out more.
We accept cheques, cash and BACS payments.
Some employers also offer Child Care Vouchers which is a scheme to help working parents save on registered childcare costs. Childcare vouchers are not means tested and are available to all working parents whose employers operate childcare voucher schemes. These schemes can save you National Insurance and income tax as a set weekly amount can be deducted from your salary and used to provide childcare vouchers for the same amount. This amount is deducted from the gross salary and is exempt from National Insurance and Income tax. Just let us know if you would like to use a Childcare Voucher Scheme so that we can register with them.