St Philip's careers

Joining us / Vacancies

We currently have vacancies for children wishing to join us now, and we are are currently taking bookings for September 2019

Admissions

We are registered for 26 children per session and we have a mix of 2 ½ & 3/4 year-old children.

To join the waiting list or if you wish your child to start now, please fill out a registration form and bring it in to the setting during session times.

A registration form is available here 



We start children from the age of 2 ½ at a cost of £4.50 per hour ,£13.50 per session.With a minimum of two sessions per week.( See session times for opening hours etc)

Some children maybe eligible for two year funding, please click on the link below

Two year funding

The term after their 3rd birthday, children receive 15 hours a week funded by the government. If you wish your child to attend more than 15 hours a week, additional hours will be charged at a cost of £15.00 per session.

However some parents maybe eligible for an additional 15 hours please click the link which will take you to the government website childcare choices.com, where parents can check their eligibility for 30 hours funding, if they have a child who will turn 3 by 31/08/2017

childcare choices

Session fees are due at the beginning of each month by cash or cheque made payable to A.Waller. If however you prefer to pay per session or per week, this maybe arranged with Ann.

Staff Vacancies

We do not currently have any staff vacancies at this time.

If the need arises to recruit new staff, we would expect applicants to have gained a NVQ level 3 or equivalent and to undertake an enhanced disclosure DBS check carried out by us before you commence work with us.

To continue the high standard of care that we provide, we would be looking for some one who is a team member, a good communicator ,be able to relate to children and committed to helping us provide the high standard of care our parents expect from us.

“This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment”