As of the 26th July our prices will be
Breakfast Club - £4.00
Afterschool Club - £9.30
Working Tax Credit
If you work, are responsible for a child or children and pay for childcare you may be able to get extra help with the costs through the childcare element of Working Tax Credit/Universal Credit. You can get help with up to 70% of your childcare costs. The actual amount you will get will depend on your income.
For more information or to request a claim pack please go to https://www.gov.uk/working-tax-credit
Since April 2017, if you're a working parent, you could get £2 from the government for every £8 you pay for childcare. If you're eligible, you'll get a Tax-Free Childcare account. It works a bit like a bank account, with you and the government paying money in. You can then use this to send money straight to your childcare provider's bank account.
You should check what help you could get with childcare costs, using the childcare calculator. This will help you decide which support is best for you.
You're usually eligible if all of the following apply:
• is under 12, or 17 if they're registered as having a disability
• usually lives with you
You (and your partner, if you have one):
• are 16 or over
• live or work in the UK
• are employed or self-employed
• are over 21 and earn on average at least £107.20 a week, unless in your first unless in your first year of self-employment. Different rates apply if you're under 21 or an apprentice
• earn less than £100,000 a year each
• don't get other support with your childcare, including from a childcare voucher or salary sacrifice scheme
You may also be eligible if you have a partner and one of you gets any of the following benefits:
• Carers Allowance
• Employment and Support Allowance
• Incapacity Benefit
• Severe Disablement Benefit
Further information can be found at https://childcare-support.tax.service.gov.uk