Early Years Autumn Period 2020 Funding Survey

Closes 28 Aug 2020

Opened 24 Jul 2020

Overview

The DfE has now issued guidance (20th July 2020) on how funded hours should be applied in the Autumn funded period 2020. 

From the start of the autumn term 2020, local authorities should continue to fund providers which are open at broadly the levels they would have expected to see in the 2020 autumn term had there been no coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. They should also continue to fund providers which have been advised to close, or left with no option but to close, due to public health reasons. Local authorities should not fund providers which are closed, without public health reason, from the start of the autumn term.

Why We Are Consulting

All providers must have indicated, through a new Early Years Autumn Period 2020 Funding Survey, whether they are going to be open or closed at the beginning of the Autumn period 2020, if they wish to receive an estimate payment.

Thank you for taking this survey. Please note we will ask you to provide some personal data. This will include your name and surname, as well as your Ofsted URN and DfE URN. We will use this information to faciltate estimate payments for the Autumn funded period 2020. 
By completing this survey you are providing us with consent for this information to be used solely for the purposes identified above. Please note you have a right to withdraw consent for your information to be processed. If you wish us to remove your data please contact us at childcarebusinessadvice@surreycc.gov.uk and we will endeavour to remove you from our database as soon as possible.
If you have any complaints about this process, please contact us at the same email address in the first instance. If your complaint has not been addressed to your satisfaction, please note Surrey County Council has a complaint procedure in place. In order to access the procedure, please visit https://app.casetracker.uk/account/login and follow the prompts.

Give Us Your Views

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Voluntary, community and faith sector organisations

Interests

  • 0-5 year olds