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Financial Assistance

Under the Early Years Education Scheme, the Council will pay for 15 hours a week for 38 weeks per year, for children from the term after their 3rd birthday. Additionally, some parents will be eligible for 30 hours of funding. Please go to hants.gov.uk for further details. This funding can be used in term time only or stretched over the whole year.

Little Faces is also part of the Two Year Old Funding Scheme; some two-year-olds meeting specific criteria are entitled to 15 hours a week free childcare. Parent/carers can apply for the funding period before their child is eligible. Children can start their funding the term after their 2nd birthday. For more information and an application pack please visit: www.hants.gov.uk

Little Faces is also part of the voucher scheme, please ask a member of the nursery staff for more information.

We also accept all childcare vouchers

Financial Assistance with Childcare
for HSDC Students

Childcare Support for young learners (aged under 20)

If you are a young parent studying at HSDC (under 20 when your course starts) and you want to start or continue in learning, you could be eligible for help with your childcare costs through the Government ‘Care to Learn’ scheme.

The subject or course you take is up to you and you can study on a part-time or full-time basis.

While you are learning you could be helping to build a better future for you and your family by gaining new skills and qualifications. You will also be meeting new people and making new friends which may give you greater confidence and independence.

Care to Learn is designed to give you the help and support you need to enjoy studying without added worries. Please see the website for more information and how to apply

Childcare Support (Aged 20 and Over)

If you are a student at HSDC (aged 20 or over when your course starts) you may be entitled to receive help with your childcare costs.

Your childcare costs will be subsidised if you are enrolled on a Skills for Life course or if you are a student in receipt of or are an unwaged dependant of someone who is in receipt of an income-based benefit.

HSDC may be able to assist greatly with the cost of childcare fees – even if you do not fit the criteria we may still be able to help.

For more information please telephone the main HSDC number on 023 9387 9999 and ask to speak to the Student Finance & Travel team.