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  1. #1
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    What is the consensus on what hours you offer the funded entitlement? e.g 3hrs x5 or 5hrs x 3 per week. Thanks in advance, I would like to devise my own 'set' hours.

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    I just allow parents to take it when they need it for work commitments.

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    I offer funded sessions from 9.30am-12.30pm, Mon-Thur (I don't work Fridays).

    If a child only comes to me for 2 days a week they only get 6 hours funding.

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    I only offer funded sessions during school hours ( I may decide to offer extra funded hours out of school hours but I don't offer it per se )

    I find that out of school hours I'm busy with everyone and tea etc!.

 

 

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