Early years attendance levels continue to be lower than pre-Covid

Katy Morton
Wednesday, September 22, 2021

The latest Department for Education (DfE) statistics show that the number of children attending early years settings continues to be lower than it was before the pandemic.

Around 697,000 children were attending childcare on 16 September, which continues to be lower than the usual attendance rate
Around 697,000 children were attending childcare on 16 September, which continues to be lower than the usual attendance rate

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