Fees and Sessions

To suit the needs of parents, we offer a range of different session options.

Full day session

7.30am - 5.30pm
(Finish at 6pm for a small additional charge)

Short day session

9am - 4pm
Our short day session is the best value in Melton!

Morning session

7.30am - 12.30pm

Afternoon session

1pm - 6pm

We are open Monday to Friday (7.30am - 6pm) throughout the year, apart from Bank Holidays. For information about fees, call us on 01664 567 929, email nursery@parklanekids.co.uk or fill in our enquiry form

We offer discounts for sibling groups as well as a discounted full-week rate. Members of the armed forces and MOD staff receive a 10% discount on their fees. 


Reducing your childcare costs 

There are a number of schemes available which many families use to help reduce their childcare costs. Your eligibility and the amount of support available is dependent on factors such as household income, the number of children you have and the number of hours you work. 

We are always happy to answer any questions you have on assistance with fees. More information can also be found on the Government's childcare choices website


Government's funded childcare scheme

At Park Lane Nursery, many families benefit from the Government's funded childcare scheme, which can reduce your monthly fees during term time. We can help you to apply for this and then we claim it on your behalf each term. Eligibility criteria are available on the scheme's website.

2 year olds

If your family is receiving certain government support (such as Universal Credit or Income Support), you may be eligible for 15 hours funded childcare per week for your 2 year old.

3 & 4 year olds

All children aged 3 & 4 are eligible for 15 hours funded childcare per week.

2 & 4 year olds

Working families are eligible for 30 hours funded childcare per week for their 3 & 4 year old.


Other schemes to reduce costs

You might also benefit from the following schemes to reduce the cost of your fees.

Tax-free childcare

Working families can get up to £2,000 per year towards childcare costs for children aged 0-11. For every £8 you pay into an online account, the Government will add an extra £2. More information is available here.

Universal Credit for childcare

If you are working and also claiming Universal Credit, you may be able to claim up to 85% of your childcare costs. More information is available here.