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What is your nursery holiday policy?

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Racers · 21/06/2006 15:56

Do you get an allowance of a number of weeks in a year when you can take your child out of nursery and not pay and if so, does your nursery specify when these have to be taken?
Ours has just decided that 2 of the 4 weeks have to be taken in a block during August. We obviously expected to be restricted once DD goes to school, but didn't expect this quite yet (for years, the policy was you could take the time whenever you liked - booked a term ahead) - so just curious what other people can do.

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Racers · 21/06/2006 16:38

No, it is for everyone who is re-booking for the next yearly session (which runs on the academic year)

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muminamini · 28/06/2006 21:59

Pay all year regardless - it's a swiss IMO
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muminamini · 28/06/2006 22:01

Pay all year regardless - it's a swiss IMO
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hulababy · 28/06/2006 22:05

We pay for 51 weeks a year. Nursery closes for one week over Christmas.

I am happy with this. Afterall it keeps my DD's place open and they have to pay their staff whether DD is there or not.

I agree that if the policy has changed whilst you have been there it is not ideal. Did you get given lengthy notice and the chance to look elsewhere for an alternative before the policy was changed?

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