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Early years portal

Providers must be registered to offer funded places to have an EY Portal account to submit funding claims.

Early years extended hours (30 hours) funding guidance notes

For support on using the EY Portal, submit headcount claims and validate 30 hour codes, please see the guidance notes below:

You can access the portal via this link: EY Portal

Ethnicity codes

This data is required by the Department for Education. Not recording the correct information for each child could result in delayed payments. The correct ethnicity codes can be reviewed in the document below:

How to get an account to the early years portal?

New access requests: providers may require multiple users to access the EY Portal account for the setting and these can be requested by completing the user account request form below.

Leavers: similarly, when a staff member who has ey portal access/ account leaves the provider, that person's access / account must to be removed as soon as possible. This can be done completing the form (below).

*Please make sure you have indicated on the form whether it is a new user or the removal of an existing user's account that is required.

Please email the completed form to the  EEF Finance Team. 

How to reset your password?

For further information please phone the EEF Finance Team on 01785 854009 or email at: eefportal@staffordshire.gov.uk

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