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Childcare sufficiency assessment

The Childcare Act 2006 and the statutory guidance Early Education and Childcare Guidance for local authorities requires local authorities to assess the sufficiency of childcare in their local authority area at least every three years.

The report assesses the availability and attributes of childcare in Wiltshire and makes judgments about whether there is sufficient childcare available which will enable parents to work or train leading to work. It will make judgments and recommendations about areas that need to be developed including places for two, three and four year old children.

Alongside this full report 18 community area plans have been developed which focus on childcare development needs in local areas. The latest community area plans are dated September 2017. A copy of these can be found below.

We hope that this assessment will be useful to professionals working with families as well as parents and carers, childcare providers and potential childcare providers.

If you have any comments on the sufficiency of childcare please contact us.

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Childcare Sufficiency Assessment Report April 2017

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Community Area Childcare Plans September 2017

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Last updated: 7 November 2017 | Last reviewed: 7 November 2017