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Day-to-day information

Opening times 

Sessions run during school term times, including on some INSET days.

Our new playgroup opening hours are as follows:

8:30-9am: early drop-off session

9am-1pm: primary session

1pm-3pm: afternoon extension (Weds, Thurs, Fri)


Activity timetable

8.30 Arrival and free play

9.15 Hello song and news

9.20 Main activity (craft, cooking, etc.) and free play

10.20 Tidy up, wash hands

10.30 Snack

11.00 Physical activity or singing

11.15 Free play outdoors

11.50 Tidy up time

12.00 Show and Tell

12.15 Wash hands, lunch

1.00 Book corner

1.10 Afternoon Register

1.15 Number fun then free play

2.00 Letters and Sounds then free play

2.45 Tidy up time

2.50 Story

3.00 Home time

Please bring…

  • A piece of fruit (to share at snack time)

  • Change of clothing (in case of accidents!)

  • Pair of Wellington boots so your child can play outside in all weathers

  • Sun hat in the summer months/Coat and waterproofs in the winter terms

  • Item for “Show and Tell” – optional!


The committee would like to advise all parents that, from 16th April 2018, our fees will be £4.90 for under 3s and £3.90 for 3s and over, in line with the national grant funding.

All children over 3 are eligible for government Nursery Education Funding for up to 15 hours and some are eligible for 30 hours. Additional hours will be at our standard rate.

We are now part of the Achieving Two Year Olds scheme. Please contact us for more information.

Fees are due at the start of each term.

Disruptions to Service (Force Majeure)

In cases of disruption to service, Uley Under 5s Playgroup will do everything in its power to operate the service where it is safe to do so. However, severe disruptions may require the closure of the Playgroup or a reduction in service. In such cases, fees remain payable during any period of closure. Examples of force majeure include, but are not limited to, extreme weather (including snow and ice), other acts of God, or third parties outside of the Playgroup's control including disruptions to highways, public transport, utilities, and industrial action.



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