Bosworth Academy Day Nursery
The aim of Bosworth Academy Day Nursery is to provide a safe, happy and stimulating learning environment for the children to develop emotionally, physically, socially and intellectually.
The Nursery is small, (20 full-time places only), and is staffed by experienced, qualified, sympathetic staff who give their full attention to the needs of each child.
Activities and toys are carefully chosen to interest the children, to stimulate their imagination and to aid the development of skills. The emotional needs of the children are recognised as most important and staff will always make the time to play with, listen to and we are always aware of children’s individual needs.
Play is seen as the best way of helping children learn. With this in mind activities are carefully chosen and structured so the children learn whilst playing. Staff gently encourage children to engage with all activities, which are planned to develop skills, knowledge and understanding in all areas. Personal and social development is given a high priority and children are encouraged to listen, share, take turns, respect other people’s feelings and beliefs and develop independence. There is plenty of opportunity for developing language, literacy and mathematical skills. Children are constantly encouraged to talk, listen, enjoy books, pictures and stories and to count and match. A range of equipment and toys help children to develop mobility, balance and control. Music, paint, play-dough, sand, water, role play help children explore colour, shape, texture, sounds, feeling and emotions. The children are encouraged to question the world they live in.
Funded Childcare places
All three and four year olds and some 2 year olds are entitled to 570 hours per year of funded early education and childcare.
Funded Childcare Places
All three and four year olds in England are entitled to 57- hours of funded childcare. This is usually taken as a maximum of 15 hours a week over 38 weeks of the year, in line with Leicestershire’s school term dates, but can be taken as fewer hours over more weeks. Some two year olds are also eligible (please contact Leicestershire County Council or the nursery for more information|)
How do I claim the 15 funded hours?
The funded hours are universal for all three and four year olds, so there is no application process involved.
You will need to complete a Parental Statement of Undertaking (PSOU) this short form gives consent for them to claim your child’s funded hours and allows you to specify which days/times you wish to use them.The nursery will need to see your child’s birth certificate and take a copy for our records.
How do I claim 30 hours funded childcare – check if you are eligible
The extended entitlement is intended to support working parents with the cost of their childcare and enable them to return to work or work additional hours.
Working parents/carers who meet the criteria can get up to 30 hours per week (for up to 38 weeks per year, a total of 1140 hours) of funded childcare.
If you are having difficulty completing an eligibility check or have a query about the result, you should contact 0300 123 4097
The fees for Bosworth Academy Day Nursery are:
From April 2021
- Full Week – £207.07
- Full Day – £47.39 (7.45am-6pm)
- Half Day – £28.33 (7.45am-1pm or 12pm-6pm)
October 2021 – September 2022
- Full Week – £213.28 (5 Days a Week, 7.45am-6pm)
- Full Day – £48.81 (7.45am-6pm)
- Half Day – £29.28 (7.45am-1pm or 12pm-6pm)
(Half day includes, breakfast, snack and lunch am and half day pm, lunch and tea)
For more information please feel free to contact us:
Tel: 01455 822841 ext: 355
Direct Dial: 01455 823889
E-mail: [email protected]my.org.uk
To download a copy of Bosworth Academy Day Nursery’s Latest Ofsted report click the link below: