The government and companies have implemented many ways to help with your nursery fees and get children into nurseries. Please see below.
Early Years entitlement
Three year olds Grant
The government has introduced some help with fees and has funded hours for all three and four year olds. They are eligible for 15 hours per week during term time or the equivalent over the course of the year.
We claim this grant on your behalf when you sign up to the nursery. We require you to fill out a few personal details and provide us with a legal document- copy of passport birth certificate. If the child is in the nursery more than 15 hours per week we will simply just take it off your bill.
Two year old Grant
The government have introduced funded hours for some two year olds. If entitled to the grant, two year olds are eligible for 15 hours per week during term time or the equivalent over the course of the year.
Parent or carers will need to submit an online form to their local council to get the funded authorised. If the child is in the nursery more than 15 hours per week we will simply just take it off your bill.
Find out if you are eligible for the Two year old grant here
We accept all major and local vouchers from the following: Busy bees, Care 4, Endenred, Sodexho, FairCare, Kiddi Vouchers, Mid countries Co-op. If you have any not on the list than, please get in touch and we will get the vouchers added on.
Tax- Free Childcare
This scheme will be available to working parents aged under 12. It will provide support of up to £2,000 per child per year (or £4,000 for disables children) towards childcare costs.
The government will gradually introduce Tax-Free childcare to families from early 2017 with parents of the youngest children to apply first.
Parent will be able to open an online Childcare Account, pay money into it and get a top-up from the government. Every £8 that a parent pays into the account the government will pay in an additional £2.