You may or may not be aware of the range of discounts and offers that are available to parents looking to place their child at Early Learners.  This section provides information on types of help and support on offer.



NHS & Police 5% Discount

If you are employed by the NHS or Police you can now enjoy a fantastic 5% discount off nursery fees. This is open to all new clients.  Early Learners is thrilled to offer these reduced fees to all staff members.


Terms and Conditions:

The legal guardian of the child must be an employee of the NHS or police. Proof of employment will be required for eligibility.  Not valid in conjunction with any other offer or discount.  Early Learners has the right to ask the parent for an ID checks at any time during there time using our service.





















Help with Fees

Siblings Discount

In order to support families who attend Early Learners & our Out of School Clubs, we are pleased to offer:

  • 10% siblings' discount if you have 2 children with us
  • 15% siblings discount if you have 3 children with us

If you already have a child at an Early Learners we will offer reduced fees to support all parents with more than one child in our care.  This sibling discount will be applied to the eldest child's fees and is not valid in conjunction with any other offer or discount.  Please call your designated nursery for more details.  All other terms & conditions apply.

1 Month Free Offer

This offer is only open to new children aged 0-3 years old who wish to register and attend Early Learners.  This offer is for 1 free month childcare. (Claiming their 2nd month free).  This offer is only available at certain times of the year and is advertised by the individual nursery.  The offer depends upon availability and is not always running.   Children must register and start prior to the expiry date.


Parents must pay for the non-refundable registration fee of £25 in advance.  Parents must pay for their first full month and then can claim their 2nd full month free.  If a child starts part way through a month then the free month will apply to the third month they attend.  Payment must be made to the nursery prior to the child starting.  Parents cannot reduce their sessions/ days whilst they are on the offer or for a period of 6 months in total, otherwise they will be liable for the costs.  Parents can change and increase their sessions / days whilst they are on the offer.  All other terms and conditions apply.

How it works

If you're a working parent, you could get £2 from the government for every £8 you pay for childcare. If you're eligible, you'll get a Tax-Free Childcare account. It works a bit like a bank account, with you and the government paying money in. You can then use this to send money straight to your childcare provider's bank account.


If you're a working parent of a 3 or 4 year old and living in England, you could also get an extra 15 hours free childcare from 3 and 4 year old extended free entitlement. If you're eligible, you'll also get access to an account, where you'll get a code to give to your local authority and childcare provider.  When you apply, you'll be considered for both these services through the same application. You'll only be asked to decide which support you want if you're on tax credits or using a childcare voucher or salary sacrifice scheme. You should check what help you could get with childcare costs, using the childcare calculator. This will help you decide which support is best for you.


Use the link to access the government service to apply for Tax-Free Childcare or 3 and 4 year old extended free entitlement. It's one single application but they'll check your eligibility for both.  Once you've applied, you can also use this service to access your childcare service account.

Applying for Tax-Free Childcare

or Applying for 3 & 4 year old extended 'Free Early Education' (F.E.E) Entitlement

Childcare Vouchers


As a parent juggling the demands of work and home, you’ll know how important it is to be able to find affordable, reliable childcare.  Early Learners accept childcare vouchers as part or full payment of your child's daycare costs - contact your nursery to discuss setting up this as a method of paying your invoice.  Childcare Vouchers is a scheme some employers offer to help working parents save on registered childcare costs.  Childcare vouchers are not means tested and are available to all working parents whose companies operate childcare voucher schemes.  


The vouchers can be used to pay for all types of registered childcare, for example: our registered day nurseries, out of school hour’s clubs or our holiday play schemes.  Childcare Vouchers are a great way for employers to give working parents help with dependent children. They can help you find quality childcare to suit the needs of your family – and, because you don’t pay as much tax or National Insurance on Childcare Vouchers.