If you need assistance with funding your child’s tuition then we can help. Boost Education is a registered Childcare Provider on the Ofsted Voluntary Childcare Register. This means you are eligible for financial support to help cover our membership costs.
The Childcare Voucher Scheme is an efficient way of paying for child care where you exchange a part of your gross salary for Child Care Vouchers. These are also tax-free and exempt from National Insurance contributions.
Tax Free Child Care is an initiative that allows families to receive financial support of up to 20% of their total child care costs. This means, for every £80 parents pay, the government will pay in £20 (up to £2000 per child per year) to cover the costs of approved childcare.
Another addition to our growing network of industry leading tuition centre’s is our second Southall centre conveniently hosted at Featherstone Primary with more days to choose from making it easier for parents within the Southall area.
Child Care Grants are available to full-time students with low household income and dependent children who are in approved child care. You may be eligible for help with your learning costs if you are a full-time higher education student, have children under 15, or under 17 if they have special educational needs.
Universal Credit is being introduced across the UK and will replace a host of previous benefits. When your area moves to Universal Credit you’ll receive information from the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) if you are already in receipt of an applicable benefit.