All registered nurseries, pre-schools and out of school clubs in Hampshire have access to the business support service. We can advise on issues such as sustainability, business expansion, help with funding headcount forms, or discussion around your Improvement Support Programme (ISP) level of support. SfYC runs regular surgeries for you to meet us and get the help you need. Details of the next business surgeries are advertised on the SfYC Calendar of Events page.
This is a tool for you to use with yourself if a childminder and childcare teams and governance leads to help you formulate your plans for reopening. At this time the government is indicating 1 June and this will be confirmed around 28 May when the Government confirm if the 5 tests they require to be achieved have been. The document is comprehensive but is not exhaustive and it will be for you to use to help you with your own thinking in how you plan for the next stage. It does not replace the government’s guidance which is what you need to read to ensure you are developing your strategy to meet the ever changing requirements. We hope you find this a helpful and useful tool at these unprecedented times.
Employers must provide, and contribute to, a workplace pension scheme for employees.
If you are self-employed, you are responsible for your own tax returns. HM Revenue and Customs have online support and guides to help self-employed people with this task.
Maintaining financial records and managing budgets may seem daunting but they are an important part of running a successful business. We have a guide and template spreadsheets to help you.
Community and voluntary providers
All new committee members need to complete a DBS check and Ofsted EY2 form. Once the checks have been done details need to be submitted to the Charity Commission.
Tax-free childcare is a government scheme to help working parents with the cost of childcare. Parents can open an account to pay a registered childcare provider.