Help with childcare cost?
How Many Funded Hours Can My Child Have?
Your child is entitled to a maximum of 15 hours per week for 38 weeks of the year. To be included in the headcount allocation your child needs to be registered with us on headcount day which falls within the first two or three weeks of term.
How do I Get Free Nursery Education?
Each term we claim on your behalf for the number of sessions your child will be attending and your fees will be reduced to reflect the number of free hours you wish your child to receive.
You may also be entitled to the Working Families Tax Credit to help you with the cost of childcare fees not covered by the Early Years Education Funding.
Funding & Voucher Schemes
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The Two Year Olds Entitlement
Is criteria based and you will receive a code from the local authority which you can bring to our nursery to claim for the 15 hours. If you are entitled to receive one or more of the following then your child will be eligible for a free place.
• Income Support
• Income Based Jobseekers Allowance
• an income-related employment and support allowance
• Support under part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
• The Guarantee element of State Pension Credit
• Child Tax Credit, provided you are not entitled to Working Tax Credit
The maximum number of hours during the year is 570 hours (38 weeks x 15 hours).
Company voucher scheme
Company Childcare Voucher Schemes are a government initiative that allows working parents like you to save on your childcare costs. The vouchers are
taken from your salary before your usual Tax and NI contributions are deducted so the vouchers could save you up to £933.
We are registered with several Corporate Childcare Voucher companies. Please speak to the Nursery Manager for further details.