York Childcare is a charity, established in 1990, managed by a board of voluntary trustees, who have a particular interest in supporting the childcare needs of lone parents.
A limited number of assisted places are available across our three nurseries, enabling parents / carers to access high quality day care, yet pay a subsidised rate, subject to certain criteria. If you need information about our assisted places please submit an enquiry.
York Childcare voluntary trustees are:
If you are interested in being considered as a trustee of York Childcare, please click the link below for more information;
Recruiting Trustees for YC June 2021
To get in touch, please email by firstname.lastname@example.org
Our objectives as an organisation are to provide quality and affordable childcare for children from 6 weeks to 16 years and in particular to support lone parents and those on low income. We achieve this both with the provision of nursery care and the work on establishing and supporting Out of School Clubs.
A number of assisted places are available at each nursery. As a policy we do not seek to ‘means-test’ the users of the nurseries. Consequently we offer ‘assisted places’ to parents who are in receipt of certain State Benefits or are perhaps experiencing some kind of crisis. As State Benefits change we review and update our lists to ensure that as wide a group as possible are entitled to assistance.
To apply for an assisted place, please follow the link below to download the guide and application pack:
APPLIC FOR ASSIST PLACE April 2021