Tifly Daycare is a private nursery and childcare facility run by the Islamic Shakhsiyah Foundation Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Parents are therefore responsible for paying for their child’s fees. However the government provides parents with funding for early years education. Parents whose children are eligible may be entitled to some funded provision.


Is my child eligible?
Is your child 3 or 4 years old?

If so, the government’s Free Early Years Education Entitlement (FEEE) is obtainable the term after your child reaches 3 years old and is allocated up to and including the term in which they turn 5.


How much funding can I claim?
You may claim up to 15 hours free childcare per week. The grant can be applied through us for set 3 hourly sessions either in the morning or afternoon (in total 5 sessions) or over a period of three days. This will be discussed in further detail during your admissions interview.


What about the term in which my child turns three?
If you would like to enroll your 3 year old child who is not yet eligible for the grant you may be able to do so if a place is available, however you will need to pay for these sessions until your child is entitled to the funding.


What happens when my child is five years old?
Children who turn five will only receive the funding for the term in which they turn five. Hence a child turning five in the Autumn term will be funded for the Autumn term only, a child turning five in the Spring term will be funded up to and including that term and a child who turns five in the Summer term will receive funding for the whole academic year.



The fees are to be paid in full in advance of each term i.e. by 1st August for the Winter term, 1st of December for a child joining in the Spring term and 1st of April for child joining in the Summer term. Parents can claim childcare tax credits to cover the cost of this care. Please call the HMRC helpline on: 0300 200 3300.


Option A:
£900 per term for a 3 hour daily session (Monday to Friday)
NB: Children are entitled to the 'Tifly Daycare Voucher', after their 3rd birthday, until then the full fee of £900 will be payable.


Option B:
£1600 per term for full-time children (Monday to Friday) not entitled to funding. This is a discounted amount however when your child is eligible for the funding, if you would like to enroll them full-time you will receive a voucher for one daily session but will need to pay  the full amount of £900 for the additional daily session as outlined above in Option A.


Monthly payment option:
A monthly payment option is only available if made by standing order in advance on the 1st of each month. Below is a breakdown of the due dates of the monthly instalments:
Winter term – 1st Aug, 1st Sept, 1st Oct and 1st Nov
Spring term – 1st Dec, 1st Jan, 1st Feb and 1st March
Summer term – 1st April, 1st May, 1st June and 1st July


The monthly instalments are £225 for Option A and £400 for Option B.



If you would like your child to attend sessions in addition to the 5 funded sessions you may be able to do so if a place is available, however you will need will need to book and pay £200 for the extra session for the whole term in advance or 4 equal monthly instalments of £50 per month.



Advice on Tax Credits and help with child care costs:
HMRC Tax Credit Helpline:
Telephone: 0345 300 3900
Website: https://www.gov.uk/help-with-childcare-costs/childcare-tax-credits

Child Care vouchers:
Your employer may offer you childcare vouchers to help with your childcare costs. They could be in return for a reduction in your pay - known as a 'salary sacrifice'. For more information on child care vouchers, please click on the following link: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/366016/IR115.pdf