FAQ

We accept several different kinds of childcare vouchers and e-vouchers, please speak directly to Nikki or Catherine about which ones you will be using.

If you work and pay for childcare, your employer might be able to help with some of your childcare costs. Childcare vouchers are one way they can do this.If you joined your employer’s scheme on or before 5 April 2011. You can get up to £55 each week, or £243 each month free of tax and National Insurance Contributions. If you joined your employer’s scheme on or after  6 April 2011 you can still get up to £55 each week free of tax and NICs if your employment earnings are not more than the higher rate threshold. If your earnings are more than the higher or additional rate thresholds then the amount you can get free of tax and NICs is reduced.

For further information please go to http://www.hmrc.gov.uk

Yes we can, every 3 year old child is entitled to 15 hours per week the term starting after their 3rd birthday. Some 2 year old’s are additionally entitled to 15 year old funding. More information can be given on application.

We can manage most kinds of minor illnesses at nursery and can administer medications such as calpol, nurofen, inhalers and antibiotics so your child can still attend if he/she has a cold, cough, sore throat, asthma etc. We cannot care for children if they have medical conditions such as chicken pox or sickness bugs until they are no longer contagious. This is 48 hours after the last bout of sickness or when chicken pox blisters have stopped appearing and are in there final ‘rash phase’. We can give further clarification of this when you tell us your child is ill.

Yes, we can provide a complete vegetarian menu as well as managing children’s food allergies and intolerances.

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