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Fees and Opening Times

Opening Hours

Nursery Hours

Nursery hours are Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm

Opens 7:30 am

Nursery opens 7:30 am - Fees are charged for the hours of 8am-6pm

Extra Sessions

Any extra sessions before and after can be booked at a charge of £5 per session per day

Closed days

We are closed on public holidays and between Christmas and New Year and 1 day per year for the nursery annual trip

Our Fees:



Our Daily Fee is £80



Our Weekly Fee is £377



Our Monthly Fee is £1633

Government assistance

All our parents could be entitled to government assistance with their fees:

Important fees information​..... the small print!

The above daily, weekly and monthly fees are payable monthly in advance on the 1st day of each month..... Fees must be paid promptly.
For any late payment, there is an additional charge of £5 per day, and fees which are constantly paid late may result in the termination of your child's place.
Full fees are payable 52 weeks of the year.
Parents will be charged at a rate of £10 per extra 5 minutes if they are late to collect their child.
If you have any questions regarding the above information, please do not hesitate to Contact Us.
Feel free to call or make an appointment to look around!

Tiny Tots Day Nursery is an approved FEEE (Free Early Education Entitlement) Provider

The Free Early Education Entitlement (FEEE) is a government grant which enables children aged 3 and 4 to receive free nursery education from the month after their third birthday until they reach compulsory school age. The FEEE can be provided by approved FEEE providers

Is your child 3 or 4?.... then you are entitled to free childcare!

You can benefit from free childcare for your child from the month after their third birthday, in a FEEE approved childcare setting such as:

01A children’s centre
02A nursery class in a primary school
03A nursery school
04A pre-school or playgroup
05A private nursery

Since September 2010, every child is entitled to 570 hours of Free Early Education each year, which must be taken over a minimum of 38 weeks, equating to 15 hours per week. If your child attends a setting which is open more than 38 weeks a year, then the Free Early Education Entitlement will be spread equally over those weeks. For example, if your child attends a setting that is open for 50 weeks a year, they will receive 11.4 hours a week.
To find out more & how to access the The Free Early Education Entitlement (FEEE) scheme via Waltham Forest Council’s website

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