Uttoxeter Crèche / Children's Parties

Book a crèche session

You can book into the crèche seven days in advance.

Bookings can be made in person at the main reception or over the phone on 01283 508160.

The ratio of staff to children is 1:3 for children under two years and 1:4 for children aged from two to five years. Booking is essential to ensure your child has a place.

On your first visit you will be asked to complete a registration form for your children. Please make time for this.

Crèche session

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday: 9:00 – 10:15am and 10:15 – 11:30am (Bookable as separate or double sessions)

The crèche is available for children once they have had their first 12 week vaccination, up until their 6th birthday.

Individual sessions last 75 minutes i.e. 9:00 – 10:15am. You can book your child onto one or both of the sessions per day.

If your child is only attending one session they can be dropped off any time after the session starts but must be picked up at the end of (or before the end of) the individual session. (The session cost remains the same).

Sessions will include free play with toys and games, painting, colouring and reading as per the Early Years Foundation Stage. Snacks and drinks will be provided during the session, you can bring your own healthy snacks if you prefer which the crèche assistants will happily give to your child. Please make it known to a member of the crèche staff if your child/children have any allergies.

If your child is still in nappies please ensure they arrive in a clean nappy and have spare nappies available. A spare change of clothes may also be useful.

Children must be signed in to the crèche by parents or carers. In case there are any issues where we may need to locate a parent, staff must be informed of your whereabouts while the children are in the crèche.

Parents and carers must remain in the centre while children are in crèche.

Pushchairs can be stored in the buggy store in the entrance to the village changing rooms. Customers leaving items do so at their own risk.