Ceeda: Early Years Post Lockdown 28 September – 4 October / Final Insight

The last wave of Ceeda’s Covid-19 Tracker study has now been completed and this is the final insight / report. 

Early years post-lockdown: 28 September – 4th October 2020

The latest results are in. Occupancy averaged 62% in PVI nurseries and pre-schools in the week commencing 14 September, falling to 42% in childminder settings.

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This project has now closed and Ceeda has passed on their thanks for everyone who has taken part and hope that these regular insights / reports have been useful 

About Early Years
A robust sector research programme
From delivery costs to workforce challenges, the comprehensive About Early Years research programme was launched in 2017 by independent EY research experts, Ceeda. We produce evidence and insight to inform early years policy and practice, both at a national level and within individual settings.

Research is conducted across the year with a representative panel of registered day nurseries, pre-schools and childminders in England. Working with a sector-led advisory group, the programme delivers timely, relevant analysis you can use with confidence.

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