Fees and Funding
£ 215.00 - Full Time place including meals, nappies, formula milks and drinks
£ 50.00 - Daily rate
The government has introduced new Tax-free childcare to help with the cost.
Parents of younger children will be able to apply first and all eligible parents will shortly be able to benefit.
Ten things to know about the scheme
- You'll be able to open an online account
- For every 80p you or someone else pays in, the government will top up an extra 20p
- The scheme will be available for children up to the age of 12
- To qualify, parents will have to be working, and each be earning at least £ 115 a week and not more than £ 100,000 per year
- Any eligible working family can use the Tax-Free Childcare scheme - it doesn't rely on employers offering it
- The scheme will be available for parents who are self employed
- If you currently receive Employer-Supported Childcare then you can continue to do so
- Parents and others can pay money into their childcare account as and when they like
- The process will be as simple as possible for parents
- You'll be able to withdraw money from the account
If eligible, you're entitled to an extra 570 hours of childcare a year. You, and any partner, must each expect to earn (on average) at least £ 120 a week
(equal to 16 hours at the National Minimum or Living Wage).