Frequently asked questions
Can I just drop in?
Absolutely! You do not need to be a member to join us at Let's Play Coworking. A parent can drop in as long as he or she is accompanied by their child aged 0-4. Just expect a few minutes for registration before your session.
I have more than one child under 4. Do I need to pay for each one?
No Way! Let's Play Coworking charges per adult, not per child. So as long as your children are all under 4 years, you can bring them all along to play and learn whle you work.
Is Let's Play Coworking a creche or day nursery?
Let's Play Coworking is a child-friendly setting that is designed to have the work areas, play areas, and learning areas integrated so that you and your baby can be together while you do your own thing. Your baby or toddler remains under your supervision while they are here, although our staff is always happy to help.
Can I still get my work done while my children are under my care and supervision?
Can I apply the government's 15 hour and 30 hours free childcare and other childcare benefits towards Let's Play Coworking?
You can use those childcare benefits towards bookings with our OFSTED registered standby childminders who are available on site. However, these benefits do not cover our membership or drop in rates.
Are the instructor-led baby and toddler classes included in membership?
What will keep my baby or toddler from calling my attention every few minutes?
A super engaging and entertaining development programme like ours, that's what!
What if my baby/toddler sees me?
Well, that's the point.
I am worried that my baby/toddler won't settle.
Most likely it will take your baby or toddler a couple of hours on their first visit to adjust to the environment, but knowing you are there within their sight and being able to come to you for comfort regularly will help reassure them and make the process easier.
How does the standby childminding service work?
Let's Play Coworking is designed so that you can be productive even while being there and caring for your babies and toddlers while they play and learn. However, there will be some times when you must step out, take an important call in a quiet area, go to a meeting, or just spend some time in the adult only area for increased focus.