Little Market Day Nursery Fees

If you are trying to find a Romford nursery in the Havering area, why not consider Little Market Day Nursery in Romford Market Place?

We provide an affordable day care service for children under four - see below for our nursery fees. Depending on your child’s age and your income you may be able to get free childcare.

Nursery Fees Exemption For Two Year Olds

Free education and childcare is available to some two year olds in England.

If you receive one of the following, then your child will be eligible:

- Child Tax Credit and/or Working Tax Credit and have an annual income under £16,190

- Income Support

- Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA)

- Income-related Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)

- Support through part six of the Immigration and Asylum Act

- The guaranteed element of State Pension Credit

- The Working Tax Credit 4-week run on (the payment you get when you stop qualifying for Working Tax Credit)

- Universal Credit

 

In addition a child is eligible for a free space if:

- They’re looked after by a local council

- They have a current statement of special education needs (SEN) or an education health and care plan

- They get Disability Living Allowance

- They’ve left care under a special guardianship order, child arrangements order or adoption order

- If your child meets the criteria above, you can start claiming once they’ve turned two. The date you can claim will depend on when their birthday is.

Free Spaces For Three And Four Year Olds

All three and four year olds can get free early education or childcare for up to 15 hours a week over 38 weeks a year (570 hours a year), plus 30 hours of government funding.

You can start to claim this after your child turns three. Find out more here.

Little Market Nursery also offer the Stretched Funding for 2, 3, and 4 year olds for 11 hours per week over the 52 weeks of the year.

Tax Credits

You could get extra money towards your childcare costs in the form of tax credits while you’re working.

Child care vouchers

Your employer may offer a Childcare Voucher scheme which means you can reduce your day nursery fees, and if there are two parents or carers then you can make double the savings.

Changes are being introduced to the scheme from Autumn 2015 and it will alter what you are entitled to.

The vouchers may also affect your tax credits so get in touch with you local Working Tax credit office to find out more. Also if your cash salary is below the National Minimum Wage you may not be eligible.

If your employer does run the childcare voucher scheme, come and talk to us so we can give you the necessary information.

You can find out more about childcare vouchers at: childcarevouchers.co.uk

Full-time students

If you are in full-time education and in receipt of student finance, you can get some contributions towards your nursery fees. This is paid on top of your student finance, and you don’t have to pay it back.

Nursery Fees

Our nursery prices are as follows:

Full day:
 

Part-Time:

Hourly Fee for top-ups of extra hours:

Paid meals for Funded Children only:

£65 per day
 

£55 per day (5 hours per day)

£6.00 per hour

£5.00 per day (as follows);

• £2.50 Lunch
• £2.50 Tea

Inclusive of all meals (ie breakfast, lunch, tea and snacks and fresh milk)

Inclusive of all meals (ie breakfast, lunch, tea and snacks and fresh milk)

Hourly fee: for top-ups of extra hours;

£6.00 per hour