All children should be able to access education, regardless of their means or background.
Our centres are registered as Childcare providers on the Ofsted Voluntary Childcare Register, which means that children attending our centres can receive financial support if eligbile.
What financial support do we offer?
As an Ofsted Registered Childcare Provider, there are several schemes available to help support families with their monthly fees. Information about these schemes can be found below. Do not hesitate to get in touch to find out more about the possible financial support available for you.
Tax Free Childcare
This is a Government backed initiative, that provides eligible families with a 20% saving on our tuition fees. To put it simply, 20% of your monthly One Learning Tuition Fees will be covered by the Government if you are eligible. Your eligibility depends on:
- If you are working
- Your income (and your partner's income, if you have one)
- Your child's age and circumstances
- Your immigration status
To find out more about tax free childcare, or to apply, visit the government information page below:
We accept childcare vouchers from families who joined the scheme before 4th October 2018. Childcare vouchers operate through salary sacrifice, whereby parents may 'sacrifice' part of their pre-tax salary in exchange vouchers. Parents can save up to £933 per annum through this scheme.
To find out more about childcare vouchers, visit the government information page below:
If you are a full-time higher education student, with children under the age of 15 (or under 17 if they have special education needs), you may be eligible for the Childcare Grant.
A Childcare Grant can be used to cover 85% of your monthly One Learning Tuition Fees. To find out more, visit the government information page below:
We understand that it can be confusing to understand the different schemes available and which is best for you. To find out more, do not hesitate to give us a call and discuss the options available.