How To Book

In order for your child to be able to attend Little Big Learners it is essential that we have the necessary information to effectively and safely care for your child. All children attending Little Big Learners will need to be registered onto our online booking system and all places booked through the system. 

1. Follow the link to our 'Online Booking Page' (above).

2. Register your name (Parent/Carer), email address and create a password.

3. Select the booking method you wish to use outlined below:

AD-HOC BOOKINGS (My Bookings) - For irregular bookings and one-offs.

These can be made up to the start time on the day of the session that is required BUT is subject to availability (very late bookings should be arranged via phone/liaising with the school also). Invoices will be sent once each booking has been made. Ad-hoc bookings can be made for all sessions (Breakfast, After School and School Holidays).

CONTRACT BOOKINGS (My Contracts) - For regular, consistent bookings.

These are for all After School and Breakfast Club Sessions where you require regular days/ hours. This is the easiest way to manage your weekly bookings. Invoices will be automatically generated for each half term. They are emailed to you about two weeks prior to the start date. You do not have to go back onto the system to book each half term. This also guarantees your child a place at LBL moving forward.

Both methods still follow our 24 Hour Cancellation Policy. 24 Hours notice from the session start time must be given via email in order for us to be able to open up your child's place at LBL. Amendments can also be made with 24 Hours notice, eg. to have a later start time to accommodate an after school club (where this service is available).

To amend any bookings, or process cancellations, these must be emailed to with a minimum of 7 days notice before the session is due to start. Please take care making your bookings to ensure the sessions required are accurate. We completely understand that circumstances do change and accept that errors may occur in the early stages of using the system.