It might depend on the qualifications of the LSA? I know that preschool funding uses a formula which takes into account the level of training of the staff, so settings with higher qualified staff get a higher £ per child than settings with lower qualified staff.
She is an ABA tutor with masters. I have asked her to email their HR. chopping off 33% funding is not fair. That money was allocated to my child. Her tA should be appropriately qualified. This kind of stuff that schools do adds a whole new dimension to the fight.
Can I do something in this scenario? Rather what can i do to avoid this happening.
Early years setting claim £12.80/hr but only pay £8.49/hr to the lsa. They are allowing ABA so i am tempted to just suck it up. However how do I avoid this in future? Like in primary school? Do parents have a say?
The setting is keeping the difference as their admin costs.