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Please note the Daily and Half Day rates are for guidence purposes, refer to month fees or request a quoation.
We accept payment of Childcare Vouchers and Tax Free Childcare payments
Consumable and meal fee charged for fully funded sessions.
Please note the Daily and Half Day rates are for guidence purposes.
Please refer to month fees or request a quoation.
We also accept payment of Childcare Vouchers and funding childcare (15 and 30 hours)
Fees include all food and drink; Breakfast, Morning snack, Lunch, Afternoon snack and Tea. We will also cater for all special dietary requirements. Fees include Nappies, Creams, wipes and baby formula milk (Cow’s milk is included). Fees are payable monthly in advance via direct debit.
Children aged 3 years and over are entitled to 15 hours or 30 hours EYE funding the term after their 3rd birthday. We claim the funded hours directly from Hampshire County Council. Parents are required to sign a claim form. Nursery fees for funded or part funded children will be invoiced with additional hours, meals and services charged for.
If your child is eligible for a funded nursery place, please get in touch to recieve your personal quoation and to check availablity.
Food and diet are also really important to me, so it is lovely to see that Pear Tree Day Nursery take care and consideration is given to planning the meals and the variety of meals which are freshly cooked for the children. I have a child who has sometimes been a little reluctant to join in some activities, but the staff have gently encouraged him and now he has a real pride in showing the things he has done on display or bringing them home.