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Starting at Kiddi-crèche Nursery

Children can attend Kiddi-crèche as often or as little as you require, a morning or an afternoon, a full day or a full week. We open as early as 7.30am for those that require our early start. Most children arrive between 8am and 9am and our latest pick up time is 6pm. We are open 51 weeks a year, closing only for Christmas week and bank holidays.

We do not charge for our “settle sessions” as we wish to encourage lots of these short visits. We don't want you to feel rushed, with time your child will become familiar with the practitioners who will care for them in your absence and begin to feel safe and secure. Once this relationship has developed sufficiently your child will be content to stay but only when they are ready.

Making an enquiry

It is not possible for you to feel the happy atmosphere we are so well respected for, or for you to fully understand what we can offer your child without visiting us. We hope therefore to see you in the future. 



Our fees are divided into 12 monthly payments and are payable monthly on the first day of every month. We charge daily or half daily with an early start option. We will explain any government help you may be entitled to and calculate your specific fee accordingly when you visit our nurseries.  






Help with fees

Research shows young children who attend an early years setting before they start school achieve significantly higher grades in school. Therefore the government provide a range of schemes to help families pay their childcare fees. 

Age 2 

  • For families in England receiving some forms of support

  • With 2-year-old children

  • 570 hours per year funded early education










Age 0 to 11

  • For working families, inc self-employed

  • With children under 12 (or under 17 if disabled)

  • For every £8 you pay in, the government will add an extra £2, up to £2000 per child, per year



Universal credit for children

  • For working families claiming Universal Credit

  • With children under 16

  • 85% of eligible costs, up to a cap







Age 3&4

  • For families in England

  • With 3 and 4-year-old children

  • 570 hours per year funded early education for all families

  • 1140 hours per year funded education for working families 





Tax credits for children

  • For working families, in the UK

  • With children under 16 (or under 17 if disabled)

  • 70% of childcare costs, up to a cap








Support while you study

  • Weekly payments from Care to Learn – school and sixth-form

  • Help through your college – further education

  • A weekly grant  - full-time higher education

You can find more about all of these schemes at

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