Our Childcare Offers

Breakfast Club

We offer a daily breakfast Club on school premises from 7.30-8.15 (£1.50) 8.15 - 8.40 (FREE)

We also have Bagel Stations in the school reception area every morning from 8.40 where you can grab a Bagel and go!


2 Year Old Provision

Hasting Hill have a brand new 2 year old facility running Monday - Friday.

Morning sessions - 8.55am - 11.55am

Afternoon sessions  hours 12.30pm to 3.30pm

The cost is £15 per session however you maybe entitled to 15 hours a week free child care, to find out more click here or speak to the school office about eligibility.



  • Universal credit?
  • Income support?
  • Employment and Support Allowance (Income related)?
  • Income based Jobseeker’s Allowance?
  • The Guarantee Element of State Pension Credit?
  • Support under Part V1 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999?
  • Child Tax Credit and/or Working Tax Credit and have an Annual income below the specific threshold (£16,190)
  • Fostering Allowances? (paid for the child)
  • Disability Living Allowance? (Claimed for the child)
  • You have a child for whom you have a special Guardianship, Residence Order or a Child Arrangement Order

Nursery 30 Hours Childcare Offer


Hasting Hill Academy are now able to provide 30 hours of free early education and childcare provision for three and four year olds.


Parents of three and four year olds will need to meet the following criteria in order to be eligible for 30 hours free childcare:

  • They earn or expect to earn the equivalent to 16 hours at National Minimum or Living Wage over the coming three months.
  • This equates to £120 a week (or £6,000 a year) for each parent over 25 years old or £112.80 a week (or £5,800 a year) for each parent between 21 and 24 years old.
  • This applies whether you are in paid employment, self-employed or on zero hours contract.
  • The parent (and their partner where applicable) should be seeking the free childcare to enable them to work.
  • Where one or both parents are on maternity, paternity, shared parental or adoption leave, or if they are on statutory sick leave.
  • Where one parent meets the income criteria and the other is unable to work because they are disabled, have caring responsibilities or have been assessed as having limited capability to work.
  • Where a parent is in a ‘start-up period’ (example: they are newly self-employed) they do not need to demonstrate that they meet the income criteria for 12 months.
  • If a non-EEA national, the parent must have recourse to public funds.

Note: Please be aware that the entitlement to a free place does not offer a guarantee of a place at any one provider or a particular pattern of provision.