Management Guide: 30 hours pilots
Pilots for the Government’s 30 funded hours childcare scheme started in September 2016. Looking at each of the pilot councils in turn, what can we learn from the different approaches? Charlotte Goddard reports.
In the first of a series looking at how the Government’s 30 hours offer of free childcare is being piloted, Charlotte Goddard explores a scheme that has places reserved for unemployed parents. Plus, James...
Charlotte Goddard finds out how the 30-hour pilot in Swindon is being extended to offer flexible childcare to shift-workers
Pilot area Staffordshire is liaising with local employers to find parents eligible for the funded hours, reports Charlotte Goddard
In the country’s least densely populated county, Northumberland, the council is using the 30 hours trial to find out how to cater for geographically isolated families. Charlotte Goddard...
York’s pilot was hit when providers refused to take part. What is happening now the rate has been raised, asks Charlotte Goddard, while James Hempsall gives his take on the pilot
Although concerns remain, some settings in Portsmouth report success so far with the 30 hours trial, writes Charlotte Goddard, while James Hempsall gives his take
Parents in Wigan have been encouraged to get a job or take on more work because of the 30 hours, finds Charlotte Goddard
How are settings in the pilot area of Newham in London coping with the 30 hours entitlement? Charlotte Goddard reports