7:45am – 8:15am Breakfast
8:30am – 10:00am Continuous provision including adult led activity and outdoor play
11:20am Wash hands for lunch
11:20am – 11:30am Storytime/Music time
11:30am – 12:30pm Lunch
12:30pm – 12:45pm Teeth brushing
12:45pm – 2:00pm Sleeps and Continuous provision including adult led activity and outdoor play
3:10pm Wash hands for tea
3:15pm – 4:00pm Tea
4:20pm – 4:30pm Wash hands
4:30pm – 6:00pm Free play
6:20pm Evening snack
6:20pm – 6:45pm Storytime/Sensory play
Session Times & Prices
At Bloom, we like to be as flexible as possible for you and your children. That’s why we’ve put together clear and simple pricing with no hidden costs or charges.
Sessions provided include;
Full Day 7am-7pm
Funding & Fees
We offer funding for children aged 2, 3 and 4 years old. Please click here to see information about funding on the Trafford Council website and to complete the funding application form. You will need to speak to a member of the management team prior to completing the application form to discuss availability and apply for a place at Bloom Day Nursery. We have provided more information on EYFS funding below.
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Food & Menus
Breakfast is served between from 7:45am – 8:15am each morning. The children are offered warm buttered toast or cereal with a cup of milk or water.
A morning snack of fresh fruit is served at 10:00am along with fresh milk.
Our meals are developed and produced by Jill and Jonathan, the nursery owners, who are both passionate about producing healthy, tasty meals for children.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is free early education?
All children are eligible for free early education starting from the term after they turn 3. This means from 1 September, 1 January or 1 April after their third birthday. You can claim up to and including the term in which your child turns 5, although many children will start school before this.
Where can I access it?
You may choose to get your free early education in a school nursery class. If this is the case, you do not need to complete an annual application form.
Alternatively, you can claim your free early education at a private day nursery, pre-school playgroup, nursery unit of an independent school or at an accredited network childminder.
Do you accept Childcare Vouchers?
We will be accepting all childcare vouchers from a number of voucher scheme companies. When you complete an application form you will be asked to state whether you will be using childcare vouchers however if at a later date you wish to pay with vouchers, please notify a member of management team.
How do I claim my free childcare
You can only claim your free hours at a provider who is included in Trafford’s Directory of Early Education Providers. View the approved provider list. If your child accesses their early education at a provider which is not in Trafford, you will need to claim your free hours from the authority in which the provider is situated. If your child accesses their early education at a provider in Trafford, you must apply to Trafford for your free hours, regardless of where you live.
How many hours can I claim for free childcare?
You can claim a maximum of 15 free hours per week. The maximum hours you can claim depends on how many days per week your child attends the provider.
If you attend 1 day, you can claim a maximum of 10 hours
If you attend 2 or more days, you can claim a maximum of 15 hours
Please be aware that although the government has set these maximum limits, it is up to individual early education providers to decide how they are going to offer the free hours. This means that the number of hours in a session and the days available may be different at each provider. Please check with your provider if you are unsure how they offer the free hours.
You can claim a maximum of 570 hours per year, which is 15 hours per week for 38 weeks of the year. If your provider is only open during term time, you will be allocated your free hours for the actual number of weeks which the provider is open during each term. If your provider is open all year round, you will be allocated 14 weeks for autumn term, 12 weeks for spring term and 12 weeks for summer term.
Some providers who are open all year round may allow you to stretch your free hours over the full year. For example, you could get 47½ free hours per calendar month. You may find this is an easier way to work out any payments you need to make to your provider for additional hours or services.
Can I claim at more than one childcare provider?
You can claim your free hours at two different providers but you cannot claim more than 15 hours per week in total. If you do this, your free hours will be allocated on a pro-rata basis calculated by the number of hours your child attends each setting. You cannot claim at more than two providers. If you attend less than 15 hours per week at a school nursery class, it is possible to claim the additional hours at another provider.