If you would like a place for your child at our setting, please email for an application form.
Unfortunately, we do not offer visits during lockdown if we have no vacancies to offer.
We are currently full, but please register your interest for future places with the registration form and fee and if a place becomes free, we can contact you straight away.
This is updated regularly.
NOW TAKING BOOKINGS FOR SEPTEMBER 2022
Charges for the under 5's from September 2021
Full day (8 am to 6 pm) £70
For an early 7.30 am start (extra 1/2 hour) £5
A morning snack, home cooked lunch and tea are included in a full day for the pre school aged children
Snacks are at 10 am, lunch is at 11.30/12 pm and tea is at 3.30/4 pm.
2 year old Funding (the term after your child turns 2)
Funding is now available for some children aged 2 and each application is assessed individually. We do not award funding but we can assist you applying through WSCC, who will award any funding that you are eligible for.
We offer universal and extended funding.
Flexible and Emergency Childcare
Sometimes you may need child care for the occasional session or odd day. We will always help out where we can and if there is a space available. Priority will be given to children who regularly attend the setting.
Fees are collected in advance on the last day of each month for the month ahead. Late payment charges will occur.
If you book extra sessions these can be paid by BACS in advance.
A refundable deposit of £250 to reserve your child's place at the setting. This will be returned when your child leaves our care.
Absence or sickness
Fees are still chargeable for absence/sickness.
Late pick up fees
We close at 6pm. Late fees are chargeable for late collection.
Number of days
We ask for 2 days minimum attendance.
Term Time only contracts
Are available to Teachers and school staff. As availability is limited, please contact us for further information and about registering your place.
We accept all recognised childcare voucher schemes. Please ask for more details.
All children need to wear sensible footwear, ideally wellies, snow boots (in the Winter months) or trainers (in the drier weather). No opened toed shoes to be worn.
Children should wear long trousers and socks to protect their legs from scratches or stings. Long sleeved tops are also a great idea even in the Summer.
In colder weather please bring lots of clothing as layering is the key to being warm. 2 pairs of socks (one thicker pair) as wellies are not great for warmth and this is when snow boots are preferable.
2 pairs of gloves, one for spare. Please attach the gloves to their coat by clips or elastic so they are less likely to be lost. Warm woollen hat. Wool works amazingly well to keep you warm.
Some children prefer to wear ski suits which are ideal to keep them warm, but they will still need layers of clothing underneath the ski suits. You can also buy lined waterproof trousers which work really well too. You can buy thermal leggings and long sleeved tops for children.
In hotter weather children must wear sun hats/caps and sun cream. Suncream must be applied before the children arrive at the setting.
Mobile: 07876 069570
As we spend most of our times outdoors, please try the mobile first.
Please also use our contact form to get in touch.
Landline: 01403 588282
Jack and Gill Childcare and Forest School
2 Gaskyns lodge