Welcome to the Eligibility Checker for Early Years Pupil Premium
Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP)
EYPP is additional funding for early years providers to improve education for disadvantaged
3 and 4 year olds
You may be eligible to apply for EYPP if you are in receipt of at least one of the
Income based Job Seekers Allowance
Income related Employment Support Allowance (ESA)
Child Tax Credit and/or Working Tax Credit and have an income of less that £16,190
Working Tax Credit run-on, which is paid for four weeks after you stop qualifying
for Working Tax credit.
Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999
Guaranteed element of State Pension Credit
You may also be eligible if your child:
Has been in local authority care for one day or more in England or Wales
Has been adopted from care in England or Wales
Has left care under a Special Guardianship Order of a Residence Order in England
To apply for EYPP based on the benefits you receive you will need your National Insurance
number (NI) or your National Asylum Seekers Support number (NASS) when completing
If your child has been in local authority care or adopted from local authority care
you will need to forward evidence, i.e. a court order to the EECP team.
Complete the fields below if you are applying for EYPP funding on behalf of a parent/carer
Section 1 - Child(s) Details
Section 2 - Parent/Carer Details
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