One of the first challenges when considering childcare for your little one is how to fund it. If you’re an affluent family, then great. However, if childcare costs will be a more significant hurdle to overcome, the good news is that there are lots of options available. Either way, it will help to be well-informed about the various childcare funding schemes on offer from the Government. There are quite a few of them and some are extremely generous and surprisingly easy to obtain. Today’s Quick Guide to Childcare Funding Options in England will give you an at-a-glance overview of what’s available, the key eligibility criteria and how to apply. Note, though, that they generally fund in-person childcare only from approved providers (like Little Acorns). Take a look at the many options …
Free Childcare Hours for 2-Year-Olds:
Free Childcare Hours for 3 & 4-Year-Olds:
Tax Credits for Childcare:
Childcare Funding through Universal Credit:
Childcare Funding Options for Students
Students are quite well supported in terms of childcare, with 3 key funding schemes that may help them with childcare costs.
The Student Childcare Grant:
The ‘Learner Support’ Scheme:
The ‘Care to Learn’ Scheme:
Outstanding Childcare in Clayton-le-Woods, Chorley
Little Acorns Nursery supports all the Government childcare funding options for eligible families. Please do ask us if you need any help clarifying your childcare funding options or with your application — we’ll be happy to help. Little Acorns Nursery and pre-school provides an outstanding, award-winning childcare service in Clayton-le-Woods, Chorley, Central Lancashire (PR6). We’re also conveniently close for those in Clayton Brook, Clayton Green, Thorpe Green, Pippin Street, Buckshaw Village and Whittle-le-Woods. Farington, Bamber Bridge, Lostock Hall, Euxton, Leyland and Penwortham are also nearby.
To make an enquiry about a possible place for your child at Little Acorns Nursery, please get in touch: