Little Beehive Nursery

Fees and Funding

Our fees vary nursery to nursery, so for the most up to date fee list, contact the specific nursery via the contact us page, and we will be in touch!


At Little Beehive Nursery group, we understand childcare can be expensive and we want to work with you to find the best solution for what you need. Our sessions and costs vary depending on what you need and we will work with you to find the best solution. Our head office credit control team are always there to support you if you would like to discuss your sessions and costs. 

  • Fees

    When joining Little Beehive Nursery, we will ask you to create a regular Booking pattern, something you will use week in week out.

    This can be anything from, 2 mornings a week, to a full week. we can work with you to find the sessions that suit both you and your little one.

    Once we have agreed what sessions you will be joining us, we can then move on to what invocing style you would like, annulised, or actual. 

    (We also offer ad-hoc, so if you dont know what you will need to use week on week, you can book sessions as you go. you can book upto two weeks in advance and payment must be made prior to attendance. all sessions are subject to availability.) 

     

  • Actual and Annualised

    Actual invoicing is when you pay what you use every month, some months may be cheaper and some months more expensive depending on how many sessions you have used during the month. February for example, is usually cheaper due to less days in the month.

    Annulised invoicing is where we take your regular pattern and calculate the cost for the entire year (365 days) and then split the cost in 12 even invoices. each month you will receive the same charge (unless extra sessions are booked). This is a great way for you to know exactly how much you are due every month. 

  • Making Payment

    After agreeing your monthly invoice, we ask the first invoice is to be paid before starting with us.

    After this, through our Famly app, you can set up a Direct Debit. 

    Once all of this has been set up, you are good to go!

    If you don't wish to set up a direct debit, our bank details can be found on the invoices and we accept payment in the nursery too. 

  • Fife Funding

     

    Children must be 3 years+ to claim

    Claim upto 30 hours of free childcare per week (1140 hours per year). 

    You can split your funding with us if you would also like to use a local authority nursery. 

  • Montrose Funding

    3+ Funding 

    Claim up to 30 hours of free care per week (1140 per year).

    You can split your funding with us if you would also like to use a local authority nursery.

    2 Year Funding:

    https://www.angus.gov.uk/earlyyears/nursery_playgroup_and_childcare_for_two_year_olds

    You can get up to 1140 hours of funded early learning and childcare if your child has turned two and you receive one of the following benefits:

    Income Support
    Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance
    Employment and Support Allowance (income-based)
    Incapacity or Severe Disablement Allowance
    State Pension Credit
    Child Tax Credit, but not Working Tax Credit, and your total household income is less than £16,105*
    Both maximum Child Tax Credit and maximum Working Tax Credit and your total household income is under £7320*
    Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
    Universal Credit and your total household take-home pay** is less than £610* per month
    * Income thresholds for Child Tax Credit, Working Tax Credit and Universal Credit can vary from year to year.

    ** "Take-home pay" is the money your household receives from work after tax, National Insurance and pension contributions have been taken off. Your award letter will tell you how much your take-home pay is for the claim period. This should be £610 or less.

    Funded places are also available for two-year-olds who are, or have been at any point since their second birthday:

    looked after by a local council
    under a kinship care order
    under a guardianship order
    the child of a care experienced parent/carer*