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Early Education Funding for three and four year olds
Early Education Funding (EEF) is money provided by central government to ensure that all eligible three and four year olds have access to quality early years education. Free early education places are available at a range of early years settings including nursery schools and classes, day nurseries, play groups and pre-schools and childminders. All children are eligible from the term following their third birthday, as long as they attend a childcare setting that is registered to provide early years education.
Please see our Early Education Funding information sheet| for more information
Two Year Old Funding (Two's Too)
Two's Too funding is limited. We use national criteria set by central Government (criteria could be subject to change with new legislation). At least one parent or carer within the household has to be in receipt of one or more of the following:
If you would like to know more, please contact your local children's centre| or the Bournemouth Children's Information Service|.
Tax Credits and Childcare Vouchers
Tax credits are payments from the Government. If you're responsible fore at least one child or young person, you may qualify for Child Tax Credit. If you work, but are on a low income, you may qualify for Working Tax Credit. You can often get both types of tax credits.
Childcare vouchers are used to pay for registered and approved childcare. They can be used to pay for the care of children up to the age of 15 years or 16 years if they are disabled.
Please see our Tax Credits and Childcare Vouchers information sheet| for more information.
If you are not currently claiming working tax credits, please contact the inland revenue for an information pack or to see if you are elidgible to claim:
0845 300 3900
For further information please contact the Children's Information Service|
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