There are many ways to get support with your Boost Education membership. We are registered as a Childcare provider on the Ofsted Voluntary Childcare Register. This means that many families are able to receive financial support with their membership costs.
Childcare Vouchers and Tax Free Childcare
Childcare Voucher scheme is closed to new entrants on the 4th October, but Boost Education will continue to accept CCVs from those who are already receiving them. They are a tax-efficient way of paying for childcare, where you exchange a part of your gross salary for Childcare Vouchers which is tax-free and exempt from National Insurance contributions.
Tax Free Childcare is a new initiative from the government that started rolling out from Spring 2017. Eligible families will be able to receive support with 20% of their childcare costs. This means, for every £80 parents pay in, the government will pay in £20 (up to £2000 per child per year) to cover the costs of approved childcare, like Boost Education.
Here’s What the Parents Have to Say…
Boost Education has undoubtedly helped my daughter to excel at school, and improved my son's results in a very short time period. The teaching quality is excellent and the atmosphere friendly and focussed. I would recommend Boost wholeheartedly as a great value for money education centre.
I would strongly recommend parents to Join Boost. It's very child orientated and learning can be fun. My kids tutor is very friendly, patient and approachable and my kids are very comfortable with her. My younger son says he prefers going to Boost rather than School
I was interested in enrolling my daughter to the maths GCSE programme since I felt she was capable of studying this at an earlier age. The tutors and the additional resources have really helped her. The rewards scheme has also motivated both my kids and I love the structure of the programme where they are assessed every month.
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
You may qualify for Working Tax Credit to help pay for some of your childcare costs while you are working.
Working Tax Credit and Universal Credit
Universal Credit will replace Working Tax Credit and many other benefits. Universal Credit is being introduced in stages across the UK. 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.
Boost Education - Featherstone Primary
Western Road, Southall UB2 5JT
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.