We are open from 8:00am to 5:30pm Monday to Friday during term time.
We operate 4 sessions each day:
8:00am – 8:55am
8:55am – 12pm
After School Club
The fees are currently £4.25 per hour (3 years and over) and £4.50 per hour for under 3s. These fees apply to all non-funded children, and funded children who attend for more than 15 hours per week.
The Breakfast Club is charged at £4.25 (3 years and over) and £4.50 for under 3s per session and includes breakfast.
After School Club
The After School Club is chargeable at £4.25 per hour (3 years and over) and £4.50 for under 3s per hour.
In addition, all children will be charged a snack charge fee of 25p per day which goes towards providing the children with a healthy and nutritious snack. Our fees are charged termly in advance. Please contact us to find out which childcare vouchers we currently accept.
Funding for Three and Four Year Olds
All children are entitled to a maximum of 15 hours of free entitlement funding per week, for 38 weeks per year, from the beginning of the term following their third birthday.
Bybrook Pre-school is registered to receive government funding and all children attending the pre-school of an eligible age are entitled to such funding.
When a child becomes eligible for a funded place at pre-school, parents are provided with a Parent Declaration Agreement Form to complete and return to pre-school.
An eligible child can attend a maximum of 15 funded hours in any week; this can be divided between 2 providers if he/she is attending more than one setting.
Funding is for 38 weeks a year only, and therefore if the pre-school opens for any additional weeks, funded children will be charged for any additional sessions they choose to attend at the normal rate. Funding is provided directly to the pre-school by Wiltshire Council.
Funding for Two Year Olds
Some 2-year-olds in England can get free early education and childcare.
To qualify, you must be getting one of the following:
- Income Support
- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA)
- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
- Support through part 6 of the Immigration and Asylum Act
- Tax credits and have an annual income under £16,190 before tax
- The guaranteed element of State Pension Credit
- The Working Tax Credit 4-week run on (the payment you get when you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit)
- Universal Credit
Children are also entitled to a place if:
- They’re looked after by a local council
- They have a current statement of special education needs (SEN) or an education health and care pla
- They get Disability Living Allowance
- They’ve left care under a special guardianship order, child arrangements order or adoption order
If your child is eligible, you can start claiming after they turn 2. The date you can claim will depend on when their birthday is.
Bybrook Pre-school provides opportunities for children aged two to five. Whilst we receive education funding, this only covers our basic costs. We rely on the generosity of companies, grant-making trusts and members of the public, and are continuously seeking ways to achieve financial sustainability to grow the provision for the future.
We welcome the involvement of new partners in seeing this happen, and now run a Friends of Bybrook Pre-school Group. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Support can be provided in a number of different ways:
There are opportunities for local businesses who wish to support their local pre-school setting. This could be financially, or by offering prizes for fundraising events.
Individuals can support us with both time and resources. This could involved coming in to help with administration, maintenance, volunteering, talking about their job or a hobby.
Anyone can come along to our fundraising events.