Services & Fees

We are a not for profit organisation and registered charity. As such we do not make a profit, and all income we receive goes towards ensuring our operating costs (staffing, materials, equipment, building maintenance, utilities etc) are met


Both settings are open Monday to Friday, term time only.

We offer half day and full day childcare sessions:

Packed lunch must be provided by parents.

To apply or find our about availability for a place at one of our settings, please contact the Setting Manager directly.


We charge the following fees for children who do not qualify for government funding:

Fees are payable termly in advance. Fees must still be paid if children are absent without notice for a short period of time. 

To discuss payment options, please speak directly to the Setting Manager.

Government Funding

Children aged 3-4

All 3 and 4 year old children are currently entitled to 15 or 30 hours of government funded education for 38 weeks of the year from the term after the child’s 3rd birthday. 

Parents may claim all or part of this entitlement with 345 Preschools.  In so doing we can claim the government funding for your child’s place. The government funding will be paid directly to us by Haringey Council.

Children Age 2

As of April 2024, eligible working parents of 2-year-olds will be able to access 15 hours childcare support. To find out more and check your eligibility go to:

Voluntary Contributions

To ensure that we can meet our operating costs (which can vary year on year), we ask parents to pay an additional £5 per session as a voluntary contribution on top of any fees paid. 

The government funding we receive covers approximately three quarters (~75%) of what it costs us to provide a childcare place at one of our settings. 

If you are unable to pay the voluntary contribution, please speak with the Setting Manager.