Admissions & Fees

Admissions and Fees

We provide full day care from 8.30am to 3.30pm for children aged 18 months to 5 years, including those children still in nappies.

We are very flexible in the sessions we offer, children can attend either a morning or afternoon session, with or without a hot lunch, and for those eligible for the 3 and 4 years funding we offer a whole day session.

Session times (Monday – Friday)

Session

Times

Early Drop Off

8.30am – 9.00am

Morning

9.00am – 12noon

Lunch

12noon – 1.00pm

Afternoon

1.00pm – 3.30pm

Flexi 15 Funded

9.00am – 3.00pm

Our Fees

As a registered childcare provider we offer publicly funded places to all eligible two, three and four year old children.  We are also pleased to offer the new 30 hours funding entitlement to all eligible children. Please contact the Pre-school manager for more details.

As a registered charity and a non-profit making organisation we strive to keep our fees to a minimum. Our current fees are set out below:

Session

Fee per hour

Morning and Afternoon

Under 2 years: £5.00
2 Years and over: £4.50

Early Drop Off

£3.50

Lunch

£2.00 hot Meal or Bring own pack lunch

We also accept all childcare vouchers.

Ofsted

Woodcote Pre-school is registered with and regulated by Ofsted for up to 37 children each day. We were last inspected in July 2016 and received a “GOOD” rating.
Our Ofsted number is 133702.

Our latest Ofsted Report can be viewed via this link

  • Happy
    “Children are happy in the pre-school.  They form very close relationships with the staff and greet them excitedly when they arrive each day.”
    Ofsted Report
  • Youngest age
    “From the youngest age, children settle quickly and enjoy good support from their key person.”
    Ofsted Report
  • Staff support
    “Staff support children’s learning well. They play alongside children and plan activities they know will interest them and offer relevant challenge.”
    Ofsted Report
  • Outside Environment
    “Good use is made of the outside environment and wider community to extend children’s learning.  For example, children make regular trips to their own allotment and tend to the fruit and vegetables they have planted.”
    Ofsted Report
  • Good links
    “There are good links with the village school.  Older children regularly attend events and this helps them become familiar with the school environment.”
    Ofsted Report
  • Daily Routine
    “The daily routine is planned well.  Group times are used effectively to develop children’s speaking and listening skills, and their confidence to socialise with their friends.”
    Ofsted Report
  • Independent
    “Good support is in place to encourage children to be independent.”
    Ofsted Report
  • Sociable
    “Children are very sociable and cooperate well together.  For example, at snack time they listen to one another carefully as they share their news.”
    Ofsted Report
  • Good Quality Teaching
    “The pre-school offers a good start to children’s learning.  Good quality teaching means children concentrate well; they show interest in new things and are keen to ‘have a go’.”
    Ofsted Report
  • Younger Children
    “Younger children gain a great deal from being with the older children. They make good progress with their communication skills and are confident to join in with all activities.”  
    Ofsted Report

Organising a visit

Woodcote Pre-school has an ‘open door policy’ and also offer a free trial session to all children.

If you would like to visit the Pre-school please contact the Pre-school manager at the phone number below to organise a convenient time for you to pop in.

We also offer a home visit if you would prefer your child to meet their key person in the home environment.

Register your child at Woodcote Pre-School

Please follow these links to our various Admission and Fees Policy documents:

Phone 01491-682300