Childcare Choices: Get the help that fits your family, so you can juggle work and life
Thousands of families could be saving money on their childcare costs. But some simply don’t know what support they might be eligible for. The Childcare Choices website brings together all the existing childcare offers in one place, so parents can get the help that fits their family. This could be through Tax-Free Childcare, 30 Hours Childcare, or Universal Credit Childcare. Some families might be eligible to use more than one childcare schemes together and get the most out of it.
And from next year even more help is on the way:
• From April 2024, eligible working parents in England with children aged 2 will have access to 15 hours childcare.
• From September 2024, the 15 hours childcare offer will be expanded to eligible working parents in England with children between 9 and 23 months old.
• From September 2025, eligible working parents in England with children between 9 months up to school age will have access to 30 hours childcare.

Don’t miss out on getting the support you are entitled to. Visit the Childcare Choices website to check what offer you might be eligible for and sign up to our newsletter to get the latest updates about the childcare support expansion.


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Can I visit the nursery?

Of course!  In fact we highly recommend you come to see our fantastic environments and meet our lovely staff.  You will be assured of a warm welcome.  We offer tours of our settings every day of the week. Please ring or email ahead of your visit as we like to ensure that we have a member of staff available to answer all your questions.

Are all staff first aid trained?

We are proud to say that Safeguarding and Health and Safety are key priorities here at Flying High. Each one of our members of staff are Paediatric First Aid Trained and have regular health and safety briefings.  

How are parents kept up to date with their child's development?

We ensure that you can speak to our staff at the end of each day. We offer:

  • A home/school communication booklet if your child is under 2 or stays with us all day - this ensures we can have a meaningful dialogue with you about your child's experiences and progress at nursery.  
  • Parent consultations three times a year, where your child's key worker will talk to about your child's progress and their next steps.  We use the Development Matters and Early Years Foundation Stage profile to map out what your child is achieving.  
  • A summary document for you and your child’s school when they leave us to start primary school.