The Government has now introduced their new childcare funding package for all children aged between three and five years.
To qualify for the full 30 hours of free childcare, each parent (or the sole parent in a single parent family) will need to earn, on average, the equivalent of 16 hours on the national minimum wage per week and no more than £100,000 per year. (A family with an annual household income of £199,998 would be eligible if each parent earns just under £100,000).
Self-employed parents and those on zero-hours contracts will be eligible if they meet the average earnings threshold.
The Government intends to make provision to support families where one parent is in receipt of benefits relating to caring responsibilities or has a disability and the other parent is working.
At Busikids, we are able to take a limited number of children attending just during term time, but you may still claim funding and attend all year round.
Following are links to help explain further, also we are happy to talk to any parent with questions regarding funding and availability for their children.
This link offers all the information you may require regarding funding for childcare, from the 30 free hours to tax credits. We hope you find it useful.
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
We have compiled a document explaining how Busikids caters for Special Educational Needs (SEN) and Disabilities.This document answers some frequently asked questions concerning how children’s individual needs are met, and how we help those with any additional needs or disabilities.
Please click on the link above for full details, if you have any questions please do contact us with these.
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