Fees & Sessions

Full and part time places are available with session times as follows:

  • Morning session: 7:30am–1pm
  • Afternoon session: 1:00pm–6:00pm

Fees are payable monthly in advance and for your convenience we operate a standing order system. Fees are calculated so that you pay the same payment each month.

A retainer of two weeks fees is payable to reserve a nursery place.

A 10% discount is offered for a second child attending the nursery.

  0–2 years 2–3 years 3–5 years

Full Week

£189 per week £183 per week £178 per week

Full Day

£44.00 per day £41.00 per day £40.00 per day

Half Day
(AM or PM)

£26.50 per day £25.50 per day £24.50 per day

Full Time

£803.25 £777.75 £756.00

Fees are reviewed annually in March.

A deposit of 2 weeks fees is payable to reserve your child’s place. This deposit is refundable when leaving, if fees are up to date and appropriate notice given. One months written notice will be required if a child is leaving.

Child Tax Credits

9 out of 10 families are eligible for financial help depending on their circumstances. Families with income of up to £40,000 a year could be eligible to claim up to 80% of the cost of childcare.

Childcare Vouchers

Childcare vouchers are part of a little known Government scheme, which can save many parents with children over £1,000 a year. It needs to be offered via employers. The key is it enables you to pay for childcare out of your PRE-TAX income and the benefit can be huge.

Pre-School funding for 3 and 4 year olds

All 3 and 4 year olds are entitiled to part time pre school education and Abbey Nursery have been commissioned by Renfrewshire Council to provide this for a limited number of children each year. Your child will be eligible for this the month following their third birthday. If your application is successful then the grant recieved will be deducted from your monthly fee.

Please ask the Nursery Manager for a form and further information.

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