We currently have 6 members of staff here at Much Woolton Old School Nursery. Qualifications gained run from degree level to high level NVQ's. We have Mrs Rood (owner/manager), Jo (senior nursery nurse), Alice (Nursery nurse), Megan (Nursery nurse), Kathy (Cook) and Joanne (Cook/cleaner). We also have regular students attending the setting who are gaining experience in this field. All parents will be made aware of any new faces via regular newsletters.
Opening hours: 8.00 am till 5.30 pm Monday to Friday
Closures – Nursery Year 2018/19
*Spring/ Easter holiday 2018-Finish Thursday 29th March re-open Tuesday 10th April (1 week Closed no fees 2 Bank holidays fees payable.)
*Christmas 2018 - Finish Friday 21st December 2018 and re-open Thursday 3rdJanuary 2019 (1 week not paid for plus 3 Bank holidays that must be paid for)
*Bank holidays to remember - Friday 30th March 2018, Monday 2nd March 2018, Monday 7th May 2018.
Prices 2017/18 :
Fees: Full Week £190.00
Mornings £130.00 (8.00 a.m.-1.00 p.m.)
Afternoons £125.00 (1.00 p.m.–5.30 p.m.)
Daily Rate £44.00 (8.00 a.m.–5.30 p.m.)
Extra Sessions £30.00 (Mornings)
Additional hours £8.00 per hour /‘15 hrs’ only meal & activity fee £4.00 per morning/£5.00 if attending all day. We have a small deduction for ‘siblings’ attending together. Please discuss this with Mrs Rood.
Ages of children: 2 years--5 years
Amount of children: 20-30 children per session.
Grant Information: We offer a small number of 'Grant Only' (15 hours free education) places (the term after your child's 3rd birthday).We also offer 2 year old funded places (conditions apply please ask). Also from September 2017, we will be offering the '30 hours' funding here at Much Woolton. Please visit the government website and use the eligibility checker to see whether you will be eligible for this if needed.
Our promise to you.
We, at Much Woolton Old School Nursery, hope that we will be amongst some of the most important people in your child’s life and as such, we will do our utmost to:
• Create a safe, happy and secure environment within which all our children can learn and develop intellectually, morally, socially, emotionally and physically, recognising that each child is an individual and unique.
• Guide the children through these interrelated areas with a caring approach, developing confidence in their own abilities and producing positive attitudes to their work and behaviour.
• Help each child realise that they are part of a wider community and as such, must learn to exercise due consideration for their peers, teachers, families and the wider community.
• Encourage each child to achieve a high personal standard across the curriculum so that they may fulfil their potential and lead a happy and fruitful life as a member of the community.
Much Woolton Old School Nursery
If you have any queries or wish to make an appointment, please contact us on:
0151 428 1101
or email us at: email@example.com