Fee Schedule from January 2019
“My name is Carole Anne Benson and I am the co-owner of the Tudor House Montessori Group. The group was formed over 20 years ago and I am so proud of all the settings in our group. I would like to thank you for your interest in my nurseries and invite you to telephone us for a visit. All six nurseries are small caring environments where the children can grow and flourish under the care of my qualified professional team of nursery practitioners. Many of my team members have been with me since I set up my first nursery.
We follow the philosophy of Maria Montessori concentrating in developing in children a lifelong love of learning. Montessori teaching encourages children to become able, confident and independent learners in harmony with the Early Years Foundation State (EYFS) (DfE2017). Our logo at all our nurseries is “Love grows here” which is evident when you visit us and we work towards excellence in every aspect of nursery life.
Our Fees from January 2019
Tudor House, Rosebud, Primrose House and Lavender Lodge
Fees for full time place (5 days per week, 10.5 hours a day) are as follows:
0-3 year olds £248 per week
3-5 year olds £234 per week
Fees for ½ day sessions (7.30 till 1 or 1 till 6 pm) are as follows:
0-3 year olds £41.00 morning £38.00 afternoon
3-5 year olds £37.00 morning £35.00 afternoon
Fees for full day (10.5 hours a day) are as follows:
0-3 year olds £62.00 per day
3-5 year olds £58.50 per day
Fees for ½ day sessions (8.30 till 12 or 12 till 3.30) are as follows:
14 months – 3 years £24.50
3 years – 5 years £21.00
Fees for full day session (8.30 till 3.30) are as follows:
14 months – 2 years £45.50
2 years – 5 years £42.00
Fees for ½ day sessions (9.00 till 12 or 12 till 3.00) are as follows:
16 months – 3 years £21.00
3 years – 5 years £18.00
Fees for full day session (9.00 till 3.00) are as follows:
16 months – 3 years £42.00
3 years – 5 years £36.00
FREE ENTITLEMENT (FE)
Children become eligible the term after their 3rd birthday
Lavender Lodge, Tudor House, Primrose House and Rosebud
Notes to Parents – Spring Term Invoice 2019
Your invoice for the SPRING period will be with you shortly . As you can see from the attendance grid any nursery closures, within the period, has not been charged. Your invoice shows the attendance you have requested. If this is incorrect simply return your invoice to your nursery & a correct invoice will be issued.
The current FE rate was set in March 2016 & will not be reviewed before March 2020. The nursery has to recover items not covered by the FE rate of £4.42 per hour. The FE rate is set at the minimum to deliver the provisions of the Early Years Foundation State (EYFS). West Sussex County Council require services outside of the basic EYFS provision to be charged separately. The provision of meals falls outside the EYFS and as such are charged at a rate of £1.23 per hour.
In addition the supply of consumables is also a chargeable item. This represents all non-educational items to deliver the FE. This includes, but not limited to, such items as wipes, sprays, gels, paper towels etc and other non-educational materials used or purchased by the nursery. These items are now charged at a nominal rate of £0.20 per hour of FE.
The current universal FE provision is a maximum of 11 hours per week, taken over at least 2 days, spread throughout the year, or 15 hours per week term time. The universal hours of FE will automatically be applied by the nursery. The number of free hours, allocated to your child, is shown on your invoice, at a zero charge. The cost of meals and consumables is then added at the hourly rate above. Any time outside the FE hours willbe charged at a universal rate of £5.85 per hour.
Some of you are in the process of making a claim for an additional 15 hours (extended hours) per week via the HMRC website. You have until 31/12/18 to make this claim.
Many of you have given me your details, but for those who are yet to receive your award, or still need to refresh your existing claim, you need to provide the information as follows:-
The HMRC code 500, full name of child & date of birth, full address with postcode, full name of person who made the application, their national insurance number plus date of birth, plus details if you are to use any of your FE at another nursery.
Details of your 30 hour claim must be submitted BY EMAIL ONLY to firstname.lastname@example.org
NB: if your child attends another nursery please indicate where you intend to use your Universal and Extended Hours. Conflict between nursery hours will cause both FE claims to be rejected by WSCC.
The details you give must match those given to HMRC. Any variance will cause your claim to be rejected.
Should your claim be granted/not granted your invoice will be reissued to reflect the number of FE hours awarded/approved. The nursery will not be responsible for any loss of FE for whatever reason.
Any extended FE will be spread throughout the year to a maximum of 22 hours per week or 30 hours per week for Term Time only children. Meals and consumables will be charged as shown above.
The total of your invoice is then divided by 4 to give you an equal monthly payment throughout the period. All payments are due in advance of the start of each month. For all children who have recently become eligible for FE a parent declaration will be issued for you to sign and return to your nursery.
Please note it is the parent’s responsibility to apply for 30 hours funding via the HMRC website and to reconfirm their eligibility when reminded by the HMRC. Parents are responsible to make sure the nursery has all reference codes within the appropriate time scale or no funding will be allocated and normal rates payable.
EMPLOYMENT BASED VOUCHER PAYMENTS
All schemes are now closed to new entrants.
We will however continue to accept vouchers until further notice.
If you have any questions please ring Roy Benson direct on 01444 254289