At Little Woodland Tribe it is our intention to be in the great outdoors all day, every day, whatever the weather.
To make your child's days as comfortable and happy as possible please ensure they attend Little Woodland Tribe prepared.
Please ensure your child's kit bag contains named items listed below.
For the children's comfort and safety it is essential that your child is dressed appropriately every day and when they join us at Little Woodland Tribe.
Children will need to bring:
* A water bottle
* A packed lunch
* Strong waterproof footwear
* Change of clothing (especially socks)
In cold/wet weather and the rare chance of snow:
* Spare layers of Clothes (layers are better to warm up and cool down children)
* Snowsuit/ Snowset
In warm weather the children also need:
* A sun hat
*Long sleeve top and long trousers (these are to prevent scratches and stings, the children will not get to hot under the shade of the canopy)
* A jumper or sweatshirt (incase the weather turns colder)
Our morning session will run from 9am until 12pm
Our afternoon session will run from 12pm until 3pm
Our all day session will run from 9am until 3pm
Little Woodland Tribe are registered with Suffolk County Council to accept Early Years Funding for 2 and 3 year old's.
A child becomes eligible for the Early Years Entitlement in the term following their 3rd birthday.
For example if their birthday is in December they are eligible in January, if their birthday is in March they are eligible in April or if their birthday is in June they become eligible in September.
Children can access the full funding of 15 hours over 38 weeks of the year which equates to 570 hours per year. These 38 weeks of the year fall within our term times.
For working families in England with children aged 3-4 years old.
Children can access 30 hours of free childcare or early education for 38 weeks of the year, this is a total of 1,140 hours childcare you can use flexibly with one or more providers.
For families in England with 2 year old/s that receive some form of support.
15 hours of free childcare or early education for 38 weeks of the year.
To be able to take up 15 hours of free childcare for your 2 year old, you or your child must meet the eligibility criteria.
A total of 570 hours per year, that you can use flexibly with one or more childcare provider.