Nursery only runs during term time - what do you do?

(5 Posts)
PortiaPony Tue 29-Jan-13 10:34:32

Thanks for the responses. We really love the Clifton Hall nursery so need to have a good long think about what to do. Childminder coverage is one option i guess, or we just leave her in the private nursery she's in at the moment.

Chrysanthemum5 Mon 28-Jan-13 20:22:28

Do they offer a special nursery holiday club? It may be your best option. When DC 1 was pre-school he was in private nursery because the term time only thing was just not workable for us. When he started school and DC 2 became pre-school age we moved her to the school nursery because we were picking dc1 up anyway, and having to cover holidays.

Family help out a bit over holidays, and we use some holiday club, but generally we cover it by saving leave.

emma12344 Mon 28-Jan-13 19:13:46

I think almost everyone in your position would use a private nursery, which tend to be open 50/51 weeks of the year.

GrooveeCar Mon 28-Jan-13 17:51:00

I'm fortunate to have got a term time contract from my employer. But I know my childminder often has enquiries for holiday cover.

PortiaPony Mon 28-Jan-13 16:07:10

We are thinking of sending our daughter to Clifton Hall. She's in a nursery near our house at the moment, which doesn't have the best setup from 3+. We had thought to move her to Cliftons nursery, its great and will also make sure of a place in P1. BUT its only open in term time. I know we'll have to manage the whole school holidays thing eventually but this would be starting it two years early. We both work full time with no family to help - what do other people do with their 3/4 year olds? Too youg for holiday clubs surely?

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