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We are open for enrolment!

Admissions Procedure

1. The first step for Parents to register their child with us is by using our online registration form. 
2. Our Chief of Admissions Saira will then call you so that we can discuss availability and everything else that you might want to know.

3. We will then send you our fees for the nursery which will be the best fit for you. 

4. If you are happy with the fees and wish to proceed, we will then get you booked in for a visit with us at your chosen location. 

5. After the visit, you'll receive our joining pack and contract. 

6. Once you are committed to the decision to join our Lucky Beans family, you'll sign the contract and pay the one time (non-refundable) registration fee to secure your child's place with us. 

7. That's it! We are delighted to welcome you into the family. 

We are delighted you are interested in a place at Lucky Beans Childcare and would be grateful if you could please complete the enquiry form below to start your journey with us!

  • What is the cost?
    Our rates vary based on location. We would be delighted to discuss our terms further over the phone or via email, and send you the fees of your setting of choice.
  • Do I need to pay a deposit?
    No, we do not operate on deposits. We have a non-refundable fee of £200 for processing your application which must be paid when you sign a contract with us.
  • How do I sign up?
    You can choose the option which is best suited for you. Fill the Application Form located at the top of this page, email us at, or call us directly on 02045010894. We are always happy to hear from you!
  • Is there a waiting list?
    The main reason for Lucky Beans’s growth is that we are quick to accommodate our customers’ requests. We do not like to keep you waiting and will offer a solution within your time frame.
  • I have council funding. Can my child only come in for the funded hours?
    The funding is for 15 or 30 hours a week but only for 38 weeks a year so the name is a bit misleading. As our nurseries are open 52 weeks a year your funding will be 'stretched' so you will get 10.96 or 21.92 hours per week, which we average out to 47.5 or 95 hours per month off your monthly bill. We work closely with our Parents during the application process and are always happy to answer your questions.
  • Can I visit when walking by?
    No. Our Admissions Manager will book the visit in advance for you. You will be welcomed by our Area Manager who is able to advise and guide you through the Lucky Beans journey.
  • What are your registration details? (Ofsted)
    Our OFSTED URN is RP561210.
  • Do I need to provide you with our child’s essentials like formula, nappies and sunscreen?
    No. We take full responsibility of supplying our settings with everything a child might need while at nursery. If you still wish to bring something along, you are more than welcome to do so.
  • What if I need someone else to collect my child?
    We understand life gets busy and have up to four trusted contacts saved on our system for each child. Simply send a message to the nursery your child attends, if the person is not on our records already.
  • Do you accept childcare vouchers?
    We accept both Childcare Vouchers and Tax-free Childcare. Make sure to mention to our Finance teamwhich one you will be using if any.
  • How will I know and find out how my child is getting on?
    We work with you as a team. You will receive multiple updates with photos of your child. Anything from naps to mood can be highlighted to our Educators and they will keep you informed throughout the day.
  • What age ranges do you cover?
    Our Little Beans nurseries are from 3 months to 5 years old. The boutique homely settings in Balham and Tooting are designed for our Pinto(babies) and Broad(toddlers) Beans to reach their full potential. Our Growing Beans nurseries are more diverse - 6 months to 5 years - with an additional room for our Runner Beans(pre-schoolers).
  • What is EYFS?
    The Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) is the statutory framework which sets the standards that all early year’s providers must meet in order to ensure that children learn and develop well and are kept healthy and safe. It promotes teaching and learning to ensure that children are ready for school and gives children the broad range of knowledge and skills that provide the right foundation for good future progress throughout life.
  • Can I supply food for my child?
    Unfortunately, we cannot take the risk of cross-contamination due to children's intolerances to some foods. We have fully trained on-site chefs who prepare delicious nutritious meals and snacks for our children. They are allergy and intolerance experts!
  • What is a ‘key person’?
    This is the Educator who will work closely with your child at all times. They are the person who knows all about your child and will be able to answer any questions you may have about their daily development. This is also the person who must be informed if anything happens outside of nursery.
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