6 months - 2 years
Full Day 8am - 6pm £65.00
Morning 8am - 1pm £32.50
Afternoon 1pm - 6pm £32.50
3 years - 5 years
Full Day 8am - 6pm £60.00
Morning 8am - 1pm £30.00
Afternoon 1pm - 6pm £30.00
Half-day sessions always include a meal. Your child will have lunch in the morning session and a hot meal in the afternoon session. We also provide healthy snacks and drinks during the day.
government funded childcare for 3-5 year olds
(Also known as or ‘Universal Free Hours’ or ‘Early Years Entitlement’)
Universal government funded childcare is for three, four and five year olds. This is up to 570 hours per year, or 15 hours a week based on a term-time year (38 weeks). The funding comes into effect from the term after your child’s third birthday and runs until they reach compulsory school age.
Of course, at Raised in Easton, we’re open all year round – not just term time. Because of this we offer 12 hours of government funded childcare per week over the whole year.
What this means in practice is that, if your childcare exceeds the total number of funded hours (12 per week), you will be invoiced for the additional hours to make up a full day session. Our non funded hours are charged on a sliding scale rate, which is different to our standard rate, the more hours you book, the cheaper the rate.
So, what do you have to do? Leave it to us. Just register your child on the Raised in Easton waiting list and, once you have accepted the offer of a place, we then receive the funding from the government directly. It couldn’t be simpler
extended government funded childcare for 3-5 year olds
Working parents of three, four and five year old children can apply for an additional 15 hours per week during term time, making a total of 30 hours. With Raised In Easton’s all year round service, this translates to 24 hours of funded childcare per week.
If you meet the extra hours criteria you will have to sign up online. You’ll get a code, which you can give to us to reserve a place. As long as everything is in order, you won’t need to do anything else – you’ll get the extra hours once the next term starts.
When signing up for the extra hours, please read the information closely and follow the steps carefully to get your code.
Once again, if your childcare exceeds the total number of funded hours (24 per week), you will be invoiced for the additional hours to make up a full day session. Our non funded hours are charged on a sliding scale rate, which is different to our standard rate, the more hours you book, the cheaper the rate.
Please see our Admissions Policy for further information.