We are pleased to offer competitive rates for a variety of session plans
We accept all childcare vouchers and offer 3-5 year old funding. Our spaces fill very quickly, so we recommend you enquire as early as possible to ensure you get the sessions and start date you require.
For current fees or more information please contact us or call Gillsland on 0131 447 4050 or Spylaw on 0131 229 1500.
Quality Early Years Care and Education
Freshly made healthy snacks and meals
Access to a wide range of quality resources and equipment
Settling in Sessions
E-Learning Journals and Interactive Tablets
Graduation Ceremony (when moving to Primary School)
Bi-Lingual staff: French, Spanish, German, Urdu, Punjabi & British Sign Language (Spylaw)
Regular outings in the local community
Enjoy-a- Ball class (Spylaw)
Nursery Musician (Spylaw)
French Classes (Spylaw)
Celebration of festivals throughout the year
Monthly newsletters and parent evenings
Jo Jingles Classes (Gillsland)
Step it Up Dance Class (Both Nurseries)
Bumblebee Sports Class (Gillsland)
- Sibling Discount 10%
- Recommend A Friend and receive £50 back
*Terms and conditions apply. Contact us for more information on our discounts and seasonal offers.
Find out if you are eligible for assistance here or call the Tax Credit helpline on 0845 300 3900.
If you receive tax credits, the amount you are eligible for may be affected by using childcare vouchers. You can check whether you would be better off taking childcare vouchers through the free online calculator.
You, and any partner, must each expect to earn (on average) at least £120 per week (equal to 16 hours at the National Minimum or Living Wage). If you, or your partner, are on maternity, paternity or adoption leave, or you're unable to work because you are disabled or have caring responsibilities, you could still be eligible.
If either you, or your partner, expect to earn £100,000 or more, you can’t get Tax-Free Childcare. You can’t use Tax-Free Childcare at the same time as childcare vouchers, Universal Credit or tax credits. You can use it with the 15 hours and 30 hours schemes.