Tax Free Childcare

Tax Free Childcare

Tax free childcare; helping working parents with their childcare costs. For many working parents, childcare costs can play a large role when planning a return to work, or considering their career options and working hours.

Now that childcare vouchers have closed to new entrants, we are reminding you that help is at hand with Tax Free Childcare, a government scheme to help working parents with the cost of childcare.

Eligible parents could get up to £2000 per child, per year, to spend on qualifying childcare. For parents with two children, that could mean a saving of £4000 on the family budget.

Tax Free Childcare could;

  • help with your childcare costs.
  • help your return to work.
  • help you work more hours, if you want to.

For more information get in touch, or visit Childcare Choices.

Funded Hours

Childcare Choices also provide information on the 15 hours and 30 hours funding available to eligible families. On their website you can find out more about how you could access 570 or 1440 hours of funded childcare per year.  You may see the term ‘stretched’ funding, which is what we offer at The Wigwam in Reading. This means we use the funded hours over 51 weeks, rather than 38 term time weeks.

The Wigwam Nursery Fees

You can find out about our fees here. We’re also offering new families the chance to save up to 50% on your first month. Register now to start before September 2019 and you can save up to 50% on your first months fees. To find out more, contact us on 0118 958 1800.

Discover why so many families choose The Wigwam Day Nursery in Central Reading by reading our testimonials.  You can also see our amazing reviews on Day Nurseries. 

Including this recent one:

Our daughter joined the Wigwam family when she was 1 year and 6 months old. She had just moved to the UK from India and everything looked different to her then – the people, language, the food and the place. Wigwam did a sterling job of helping her settle into the new environment. She is three and a half today and she loves her carers and friends at Wigwam – they have guided and trained her to navigate her way through a community setting. 

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