Centres good place to access information

Catherine Gaunt
Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Childcare enquiries tripled in children's centres when a dedicated member of staff from the Children's Information Service was based there for several days a week, a study has found. An evaluation was carried out on pilots set up by Opportunity Links in 23 children's centres from May 2005 to September 2006, to find out the most effective way of providing information and advice on childcare to families in Leicester, Sheffield, Rotherham, Cornwall and Somerset.

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