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....News that the UK ranks highly among the most expensive countries in the developed world for childcare will come as little surprise to those families spending an average of £6,000 a year on a single part-time nursery space. In London the situation is even more bleak, with the Family and Childcare Trust putting the cost of a part-time nursery place at more than £7,500. ... [Read full article on Guardian ]
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A helping hand with childcare: options to make your child and wallet happy image
....News that the UK ranks highly among the most expensive countries in the developed world for childcare will come as little surprise to those families spending an average of £6,000 a year on a single part-time nursery space. In London the situation is even more bleak, with the Family and Childcare Trust putting the cost of a part-time nursery place at more than £7,500. ...
Out-of-hours childcare: expensive and ever harder to find image
Source : Guardian [Read Article] Tuesday 7th of June 2016 11:03:20 AM
....Finding affordable childcare can be a struggle for any family, but for parents who work outside traditional nine-to-five hours the search is even more difficult. Figures from the Family and Childcare Trust show that only 7% of local authorities provide sufficient childcare for people who do shift work or have unusual working patterns, a figure that has fallen from 15% in 2015. ...
Care fees for under-threes 'may rise' image
Source : BBC [Read Article] Tuesday 15th of March 2016 01:54:43 AM
....". Jill Rutter, head of policy and research at the Family and Childcare Trust, said without changes to funding there would be three likely outcomes. ...
Thousands miss out on free childcare as local authorities struggle to fund places image
....Tens of thousands of three-year-olds are missing out on free early education, according to new research that comes amid growing concerns over local authorities’ capacity to deliver expanded free childcare provision. The report by the Family and Childcare Trust claims that more than 41,000 three-year-olds are being denied the free childcare to which they are entitled, as growing numbers of local authorities struggle to provide funded places. ...
UK childcare policies failing poor families, report finds image
Source : Guardian [Read Article] Wednesday 27th of January 2016 12:01:08 AM
....The government’s main childcare policies are fragmented, uneven and failing to deliver for families in poverty, according to a new report. The study by the Family and Childcare Trust (Fact) says that from next year £7. ...
No time for childcare grandparents to take it easy, they’re worth £2,000 a year image
....With childcare costs rocketing, many parents rely heavily on grandparents so they can continue working. Figures from the Family and Childcare Trust show that sending a child under two to nursery part-time (25 hours) costs £115. ...
The want-to-work mothers trapped at home by prohibitive cost of childcare image
.... Latest figures show the average full-time nursery bill for a child under two now tops an eye-watering £11,000 a year, or £14,750 in London. “For too many families, it simply does not pay to work,” concludes the Family and Childcare Trust’s 2015 report on childcare costs. ...
The baby boomers are not selfish image
Source : Telegraph [Read Article] Monday 21st of September 2015 02:24:44 PM
.... A majority of all couples with young children have received some form of financial support from their parents. Likewise, the Family and Childcare Trust found that 35 per cent of young families rely on grandparents for childcare, estimated to be worth in aggregate anything between £4bn to £50bn. ...
Funding concern over childcare plans image
Source : BBC [Read Article] Monday 1st of June 2015 04:44:59 PM
...."Funding is critical and it's vital that the increase pledged by the government is meaningful," chief executive Purnima Tanuku said. Jill Rutter, from the Family and Childcare Trust, which campaigns for quality childcare that is affordable and accessible, said there was "no proper funding formula". ...
A third of parents have been asked by a child to work less image
Source : Telegraph [Read Article] Sunday 31st of May 2015 11:27:37 AM
.... . A recent report from the Family and Childcare Trust found that the cost of full-time nursery care has risen by a third over the last five years to £11,000. ...
'Confusion' over childcare support image
Source : BBC [Read Article] Tuesday 19th of May 2015 11:17:29 PM
....These vouchers can be bought by parents from their salary before tax is deducted, but will be replaced in the autumn by new top-up payments. The Family and Childcare Trust said families had big decisions to make. ...
I spend £9,000 a year on childcare – where does it all go? image
Source : Guardian [Read Article] Saturday 28th of March 2015 07:00:10 AM
.... Wages totalled £121,560 in the last tax year. The Family and Childcare Trust says that, nationally, wages for frontline staff account for more than 75% of childcare costs due to government staff: child ratios of 1:3 for under twos; 1:4 for two to threes; and 1:8 for over threes. ...
Childcare charity urges all-party costs review image
Source : BBC [Read Article] Thursday 19th of February 2015 12:33:53 AM
....All political parties are being urged to join forces to review the UK's childcare system as another report highlights rising childcare costs. The Family and Childcare Trust's annual survey says the average cost of a part-time nursery place for a child under two has risen 33% since 2010. ...
Childcare costs up by a third in just five years image
Source : Telegraph [Read Article] Thursday 19th of February 2015 12:01:43 AM
.... . The Family and Childcare Trust Survey found that despite heavy Government spending, childcare prices have continued to soar in recent years. ...
Childcare costs 'cancel out wages' image
Source : BBC [Read Article] Monday 29th of December 2014 10:47:35 AM
....About 43% of parents with children aged up to five said they used childcare to enable them to go back to work. The Family and Childcare Trust has calculated that the cost of childcare in the UK was £11,700 for an average family with one child in full-time nursery and one child in an afterschool club. ...
Underprivileged two-year-olds being declined by 'middle-class' nurseries image
Source : Guardian [Read Article] Saturday 23rd of August 2014 08:31:13 PM
.... Of the 25,547 nurseries and pre-schools in England, only 13,685 have opted to offer free nursery provision for two-year-olds, compared with the 18,960 open to three- and four-year-olds. "There are a number of different reasons why childcare providers choose not to offer free places for two-year-olds, and social mixing is a consideration," said Anand Shukla, chief executive of the Family and Childcare Trust, which is campaigning for universal free childcare for all two-year-olds. ...
'Hidden army' of grandparents helping families priced out of childcare image
.... Those grandparents who provide most childcare are also most likely to help with money too. The findings are based on a poll for Grandparents Plus, Save the Children and the Family and Childcare Trust in the wake of what the trust says is a 27% rise in childcare costs in five years. ...
The costs of childcare: how Britain compares with Sweden image
Source : Guardian [Read Article] Saturday 31st of May 2014 06:00:33 AM
....When you see that little blue line come up on the pregnancy test, the first thing that springs to mind is probably not: "How are we going to afford the childcare?" But, if you live in Britain – where childcare is ranked among the most expensive in the world – it's a far more relevant question to ask than, say: "Do you think it'll be a boy or a girl?". According to a recent report by the Family and Childcare Trust, British parents are handing over more than £7,500 a year for childcare for two children, around 4. ...

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