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    Default How much is your before and after school care?

    Just wondering. There are 2 public schools locally that have before and after school care on site.

    I don't know the cost of one of them yet, but the other one has before school care for $10 and after school care for $15.

    How much is yours?

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    After school care at my sons school is $23 for 3.5hrs which i pay whether he is in there for 5mins or the full 3.5hrs. Thats without any government deduction. Not sure how much before school care is because I havent had to use it yet.

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    Wow! So $15 is reasonable.

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    My son's school charges $18 per day for after school care + $18 per day for before school care. I think I get about one dollar something per week CCB on that lol.

    It's actually a huge relief after paying child care!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Wow! So $15 is reasonable.

    Plus, I dont know what your centerlink rebate on that would be so might be cheaper.

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    I think you can claim back the rebate instantly toward the fees! I claim it back yearly so I don't end up in debt but a lot of my friends with steady incomes just have it deducted straight from their bill.

    I think I'm going to have to have some of that one dollar something taken out of my yearly repayment of CCB lol. Underestimated - d'oh.

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    We don't qualify for ccb, but do get a rebate. Do you get a rebate for that?

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    Yep You can claim it fortnightly.

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    After school care is $20 at my boys' school, per child. that's from 2.40 (or 3pm depending on the Grade they are in) til 6 pm.
    Not sure about before school care but think it's $10 or $15.

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    After school care is $15. I get the CCR only so it costs me $7.50 per child per day. This is from 3pm - 6pm. If you pick them up before 4pm I think it drops to $7.50.

    Before school care is $10 per day.

    You can use your CCR for out of hours school care.


 

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