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This study assesses the expansion of government funded early learning and childcare
Scottish Social Attitudes (SSA) has been measuring and tracking changes in people’s social, political and moral attitudes in Scotland since 1999.
The survey is a critical gauge of public opinion, and is used by the Government, journalists, opinion formers and academics.
We are carrying out an evaluation of the Manor Park Talks Pilot, a professional development programme to help early years settings support children’s language development.
Exploring how patterns of parental time use have changed in the UK over the past 15 years.
Save the Children UK commissioned NatCen to conduct a qualitative research study to explore parents’ experiences of claiming the childcare element of UC in England.
Senior leaders in local authorities answer questions on children's services.
What effect will the 30 Hours Free Childcare policy have on childcare provision when it is rolled out nationally?
New findings reveal a stronger focus on parental relationships is needed within existing family services.
The most recent report for the period 2018/19 was published in March 2020.
This literature review & feasibility study looks at parents’ use of and attitudes towards formal childcare and early education.