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Sessions & Fees

The nursery is open Monday to Friday 7:45-18:00, 51 weeks a year.

Little Saints Nursery opens their doors at 7:45 and closes at 18:00.

The nursery is closed on bank holidays, September INSET day and for a week between Christmas and the New Year. 

The following is a schedule of the Nursery Fees, which are effective from September 2023.

  1. For term time only contracts, fees are due for payment on or before the first day of term. For annual contracts, fees are due for payment on or before the first day of the month.
  2. There is a 5% discount on fees for a second child and subsequent children attending the school or nursery at the same time (except where a child is eligible for Free Entitlement Funding).
  3. A monthly surcharge of 2% will be charged for late payment.
  4. 8 weeks’ notice, in writing, is required for the removal of a pupil from the Nursery on an annual contract and a term’s notice is required for the removal of a pupil from the Nursery on a term time contract.

 Nursery Fees from Sept 2023


Cost *


7.45am – 8.30am


Full Day 

8.30am – 6.00pm


Morning session

8.30pm – 1.30pm


School Day 

8.30pm – 3.45pm


* For children aged 3+ these may be subject to a reduction in respect of Free Entitlement from Wiltshire Council dependent on a child’s date of birth.

A £3.39 lunch and snacks charge and a £3.39 tea and afternoon snacks charge for those children on Free Entitlement is required (or children may bring a packed lunch/tea).

Fees are inclusive of nappies, formula milk must be provided by parents.

Extra hours (by exception/arrangement) £8.17/per hour.

Open 51 weeks a year (excluding Bank Holidays). Closed Christmas week for 5 days (days dependent on when Christmas falls in the year). 

Little Saints Nursery currently accepts childcare vouchers from a number of providers and is signed up to the new Tax Free Childcare Scheme.


More Information

Childcare Voucher (Link to a document)

In April 2005 the Government introduced Childcare Vouchers, to help parents benefit from these savings, earning them extra disposable income, with new limits being introduced in April 2006.

A Childcare Voucher scheme can only be used as part of an employee benefit provided by an employer. Employees elect to take up to a maximum of £55 per week (£243 per month) of their salary as Childcare Vouchers. The amount chosen does not attract Tax or National Insurance contributions.

The amount of Tax and National Insurance contributions each parent will save with Childcare Vouchers depends on their current salary. More information can be found at