Fee Structure

Fee Structure - Moving on to School

During a child’s time with us, we introduce them to a variety of activities and experiences that encourage them to solve problems, make decisions and become independent learners. We use activities that provide mathematical concepts for example, big and small, different shapes, full and empty, as well as numbers. This can be done in a variety of ways, including water and sand play, construction toys, painting and sticking and outdoor play. We use scales for weighing objects, do floating and sinking experiments and do lots of cookery in our children’s kitchen which incorporates many mathematical and scientific aspects. Children are encouraged to look at books and pictures, listen to stories and telling them, identifying words and signs in the environment, copying patterns – all exposing the children to letters and the first steps to reading. Our school leavers are provided with ‘letter bags’ to take home, which are a fun way to encourage letter sounds and letter recognition. Children have their own name badges which they are encouraged to pick out and stick onto a board daily. They are also encouraged to write their own names on their ‘work’ and their name cards. We liaise closely with all the local primary schools and arrange for the reception teachers to visit the children in the Nursery.

Little Oaks Fee Structure

Childcare Options:

  • Full Day = 8.00am – 4.30pm
  • Half day (morning) = 8.00am – 1pm
  • Half day (afternoon) = 1pm – 4.30pm

A £50 non refundable registration fee will apply once your child has a place confirmed. A £200 refundable deposit will be required along with your first months payment before the first day your child starts. This will be refunded on your last invoice with the school when your child leaves.

Little Oaks will require a 6 week notice period if you decide to withdraw your child before the end of our School Year

Enquiries regarding fees, invoicing and enrolment of a child please contact littleforestschools@outlook.com

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