Fees, Availability and Applications

We are open 51 weeks of the year (excluding bank holidays) and can offer wraparound care for your child with our extended opening hours. Choose from full time, part time or shorter sessions, to help you balance work and responsibilities with family life.

To apply for a nursery place for your child, simply start by getting in touch with us. We'll give you more information, answer your questions, arrange a time to show you around, and give you the necessary forms to secure your application.

As a registered Ofsted nursery, we accept Government nursery funding, 30 hours free childcare, tax-free childcare, and FEET Funding for eligible two year olds from Surrey County Council

Simply ask us if you want more details on any of these funding options.
Our places fill up fast, so we recommend getting on our waiting list as soon as possible.

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 2024 Fees

Full Time Weekly Fee £422.75**
Full day (8am-6pm) £89
Half day (8am-1pm) or (1pm-6pm) £44.50
School day (9am - 3pm) £53.40
Additional hours £9.20/h
Early start (7am - 8am) £9.20
Late Pick-up (6pm – 7pm) £9.20
**Includes 5% full time discount  

 The prices above include the supplement daily charge for the funded hours £4.06, £4.87 and £8.12 for Half Day, School day and Full Day sessions respectively.

Annual fee increases are calculated in November every year and implemented in January ensuring we give all families a 1 month notice period.

Additional services that are not delivered as a part of the governments funded hours are charged as a daily supplement.  These additional services are meals, snacks and extracurricular activities.  The supplement fee is non-obligitory and should you have any concerns about this charge please speak to the nursery manager.

Please note that Lets Explore has a 'no food over the threshold' policy so parents providing their own meals would not be an alternative.  This is due to the number of children in the nursery with allergies, we would not wish to put their safety at risk and parents have been very understanding of this.