As an OFSTED provider, we can register with all childcare vouchers’ employee schemes.
Please advise us of the scheme details and we will do the rest.
Child Care: This can be claimed through an assessment by the HM Revenue & Customs, where, depending on your income, you can claim up to 70% of tuition fees.
You could get extra tax credits to help pay for some of your childcare costs while you’re working. You can get up to £122.50 extra per week for 1 child, or £210 extra for 2 or more children – it depends on how much you earn.
It won’t cover all of your childcare costs – use the tax credits childcare calculator to work out what childcare costs you can claim.
For further information, guidance and to ensure that you have the very latest information, please see: http://taxcredits.hmrc.gov.uk/Qualify/DIQHousehold.aspx
Parents in Full-time higher education students with
children can apply for a Childcare Grant of:
- up to £150.23 a week for 1 child
- up to £257.55 a week for 2 or more children
The grant helps with childcare costs for children under 15, or under 17 if they have special educational needs.
You must be eligible for student finance to apply for a Childcare Grant.
Any money you get is paid on top of your student finance and you don’t have to pay it back.
For further information, guidance and to make sure that you have the very latest information, please see: https://www.gov.uk/childcare-grant/overview
Save money with Child Care Vouchers
Childcare Voucher Scheme, parents are able to gain payment from their employers in the form of a childcare voucher with a value of £243 per month. These vouchers are both tax and national insurance free, as such, greater in value than the cash equivalent. These vouchers can be used to pay for approved services.