Funding & Finances
Children between the ages of three and five are eligible for the Nursery Grant administered through the local authority, which covers most of the cost of five sessions. The Early Years Unit is open for five full days and extra sessions can be added at the appropriate fee per session.
Wherever possible we try not to exclude any child on the grounds of finance. Parents facing difficulty in paying the fees are invited to apply for assistance in respect of the forthcoming year by completing the appropriate form by April 1st. Please ask if you wish to do this.
The annual fees indicated here will be applicable for the academic year commencing September 2019. Fees include the cost of swimming lessons at Queen’s Street Leisure Centre and gymnastics at Derby City Gym.
Bursaries can be applied for by contacting the Headmaster. These are awarded at Governors discretion. Bursaries can only be considered in classes where spaces are available. The bursary scheme has been made possible through Communitiy Church Derby.
Wherever possible we try not to exclude any child on the grounds of finance. Parents facing difficulty in paying the fees are invited to apply for assistance in respect of the forthcoming academic year by completing the appropriate form by March 31st. Please ask if you wish to do this.
PLEASE NOTE: Half a term’s notice is required to withdraw a child from the school, if not given, payment of the next term’s fees will be required.
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Nursery fees & funding
Nursery fees are covered by a government grant. Each child over 3 years is eligible for up to 5, three hour sessions per week, for a 38 week year. In some instances, some families qualify for 10, three hour sessions per week.
Please note that Emmanuel School this year will be open for 37 weeks and will receive funding accordingly.
Extra nursery sessions are charged at £17 for a 3 hour session, payable in advance.