Help With Childcare Costs -
The government is introducing new ways to help parents with childcare costs. Whether you have toddlers or teens, you could get support.
This sibling discount will be applied to the highest fees and is not valid in conjunction with any other offer or discount.
In order to support families who attend Oak Tree Day Nursery, we are pleased to offer a 10% siblings' discount to parent with more than 1 child in our care. This discount will be applied to the highest fees and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount.
We also offer discounted childcare to employees of the nursery.
Recommend a friend:
Recommend a friend and we will waive the registration fee for your friend and give you 10% off your child's fees for 1 month once your friend has registered. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or discount.
Childcare vouchers -
We accept childcare vouchers as part or full payment of your child's daycare costs - contact us for more information.
Childcare vouchers is a scheme some employers offer to help working parents save on registered childcare costs.
Childcare vouchers are not means tested and are available to all working parents whose companies operate childcare voucher schemes.
Tax credit for your childcare -
Child Tax Credit
You may be able to claim Child Tax Credit if you’re responsible for children either:
• aged 16 or under - you can claim up until 31 August after their 16th birthday
• under 20 and in eligible education or training (https://www.gov.uk/child-tax-credit-when-child-reaches-16)
You don’t need to be working to claim Child Tax Credit. Only one household can get Child Tax Credit for a child.
Working Tax Credit
You could get Working Tax Credit if either of the following apply:
• you’re aged from 16 to 24 and have a child or a qualifying disability
• you’re 25 or over, with or without children
• Work a certain number of hours a week
• get paid for the work you do (or expect to)
• have an income below a certain level
The basic amount of Working Tax Credit is up to £1,960 a year - you could get more (or less) (https://www.gov.uk/working-tax-credit/what-youll-get) depending on your circumstances and income.
Eligibility depends on your age and how many hours of paid work you do a week. Your income and circumstances will also affect how much you get.
You can’t claim tax credits and Universal Credit (https://www.gov.uk/universal-credit) at the same time.
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