Fees


Our sessions are broken down into the first 2.5 hours for a morning session or the last 2.5 hours for an afternoon sessions which may be funded by the Warwickshire County Council depending on your circumstances, and the remaining part of any sessions which is additional time provided by Harbury Pre-School.  In total, Harbury Pre-School can deliver up to 25 hours of funded hours per eligible child during a typical week for 38 weeks per academic year.  

Fees per session for the 2018-19 academic year are as follows and are reviewed annually: 


Fee Criteria                                     Morning Session 8.30am - 11.30am   Lunch club 11.30am - 
    12.30pm            
 Afternoon Session 12.30pm - 3.30pm    
 Full Day 
8.30am - 3.30pm

Funded sessions      

£7
(inc 2.5 funded hours @ £0)


£5
(inc 0 funded hours)

£7
(inc 2.5 funded hours @ £0)

£15
(inc 5 funded
hours @ £0)

Non-funded sessions        

£17

£5

£17 

£35

Children attending Lunch Club bring a packed lunch. Children who attend morning sessions can attend at an additional cost (see above fee table), however, Lunch Club is included in the fee for those children attending an afternoon session.

We have a minimum two session policy for all children at Harbury Pre-School as this helps your child to be supported by both their key person and other staff members.

Fully Funded hours - £0 Charge

The Pre-School offers 4 Fully Funded places to any three or four-year-old child entitled to 3 and 4 year old  Funded Place, or 2 year 9 month year olds entitled to a 2 year Funded Place, and will be allocated on a ‘first come first served’ basis.  The hours available are limited to a maximum of 15 funded hours for 38 weeks per academic year and must be used over the five afternoon sessions only.

For further information regarding early years funding and eligibility criteria please see Warwickshire County Council website or the government www.childcarechoices.gov.uk websites.

 “The quality of teaching is very good. All staff fully understand how children learn and they plan challenging activities to help them develop new skills”. Quoted from our Ofsted report, May 2016