Support with childcare fees
As a registered provider with Ofsted and Bradford Early years we can offer the following schemes from the government. Parents are required to fill out a parental agreement and provide proof of child's age and eligibility for funding. Once you have the funding in place you will not be invoiced for the funded hours only for any additional private hours if used and for the consumable and additional services. We do offer places that are funded only. We are more than happy to offer a personalised quotation on show round of the nursery.
Funding for 3 and 4 year olds
The universal offer entitles parents of three and four year olds from the term after they are three up to 570 hours per year. We also offer the Extended offer which is up to 1140 hours in a variety of session times to give parents as much flexibility as possible.This does have a criteria to match.
The two year old offer
We offer the 2 year old offer from the government and Bradford Early Years. This has a finical criteria to match but offers parents of 2 year olds up to 570 hours per year.
Tax- free childcare
This is a government scheme where you set up an childcare account for an individual child and for every £8 you put in the government will put in £2 extra. Parents can get up to£2000 government support per child per year towards childcare costs - that is up to £500 every 3 months.
Full information on all these government schemes can be found at www.childcarechoices.gov.uk
Childcare vouchers through your employer
We are registered with several companies who operate the childcare voucher scheme. Childcare vouchers can save each parent up to £1,195 per year in Tax and National insurance. It is a Government scheme aimed at helping working parents. This scheme stopped to new parent's however if you are already registered for them they are honouring the system until you no longer require them.