If you study at the university you are eligible to apply for places at our One World nursery on our Moulsecoomb campus.
It offers children aged two to five a caring and creative environment and are open for 45 weeks each year, Monday to Friday.
Part-time and full-time places are available and children can start at the nursery throughout the year, providing space is available. You can choose a selection of morning or afternoon sessions to fit around your studies.
Subject to availability and adequate notice we may be able to offer you additional sessions, when needed, at specific times of the year.
The nursery provides an inclusive, safe and stimulating environment. Children are supported and encouraged by a highly motivated, committed and experienced team.
The most recent Ofsted inspections recognised outstanding practice in organisation and use of creative play areas at the university nursery. The nurserys havs achieved consistently excellent Ofsted reports.
Our early years curriculum is informed by the Early Years Foundation Stage. It is based on children learning through play in an organised learning environment.
Details about the nursery
One World nursery
Tithe Barn, Moulsecoomb campus:
- Provides the equivalent of 35 full-time places
- Organised around four large rooms on two levels
- Has a large well-equipped garden.
Monday to Friday 8.00am–5.45pm
Two weeks at Christmas, one week at Easter, four weeks in August and all bank holidays.
You can contact us at any time to arrange to come and view the nursery:
Contact manager Sue Boyle
Tel 01273 642021
Fees and Funding
For student parent/carers in the academic year 2019–20
Nursery fees for University of Brighton students who are parent/carers are subsidised by the university. Depending on your household income you may be able to claim the Childcare Grant. You will need to pay a non-refundable registration fee of £25 when you are offered a place.
All day £40.10
All week £200
We also accept children on six-hour contracts (eg 8.30am – 2.30pm).
Find out more about childcare fees and funding.
All three- and four-year-olds at our nursery are entitled to some free early education from the local authority. This funding is available from the term after your child's third birthday for up to six hours free per day, for up to 15 hours free per week, up to 38 weeks of the year.
The funding can be spread over up to 45 weeks if your child attends fewer than five sessions per week.
Find out more on the gov.uk website.
Depending on your household income you may be able to claim the Childcare Grant.
What will my fees cover?
These fees include mid-morning and mid-afternoon snacks. You will need to provide a packed lunch, including special dietary requirements (ie soya milk), and any nappies your child will need.
Nursery places are available to children of University of Brighton students and staff, and also to children from the local area.
Places are allocated on a first-come first-served basis.
If you are starting in September, we will send you a nursery application form early in the summer term (or once your place at Brighton has been confirmed).