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Easing of Coronavirus restrictions

Childcare sufficiency

Local authorities must ensure there is sufficient childcare in their area and show commitment to local level childcare requirements. We must report annually to elected members on sufficiency and also make information available to the public (Children and Families Act 2014).

Childcare Sufficiency Assessment 2019

Our team has the most recent local district data which can inform providers and professionals to what is going on locally within the early years sector and assist in the allocation requirements of the early years pupil premium and Think2. Information is available on:

  • Availability
  • Funded places – including Think2
  • Openings and closures
  • Quality
  • Employment.
  • Birth and population stats
  • Health
  • Free school eligibility
  • Key ward data
  • Development and education
  • Economic Wellbeing

Data Requests

For further information and local data please email the Research and Data Officer - Vicki Green

 

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