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2 Schools Forum 3 rd March 2014 Early Years Services 2015/16

3 Services for Young Children 2013/14 Local Development Team - Childcare Development Coordinators -Business Support Officers -Early Years District Advisory Teachers (EYDATs) -Children’s Centre Support Teachers (CCSTs) -Leading Foundations Stage Practitioners (LFSPs) -Area Inclusion Co-ordinators (INCOs) -Portage -Commissioned services (Professional Association for Childcare and Early Years, Children’s Links)

4 Facts Population of children aged 0-4 years in Hampshire is 78,925 (2.33% of England) Hants provides 3.32% of all childcare in England and this represents 3.29% of places Early years education sector consists of –372 preschools –266 day nurseries –348 childminders –25 independent nurseries and –11 maintained nursery classes

5 Performance 78% of childminders are judged good and outstanding which is 4% above the England average (June 2013) 83% of providers on non-domestic premises received a good or outstanding judgement is 1% above England average (June 2013) EYFS results are significantly above national levels and within the top quartile of statistical neighbours

6 Early Years Foundation Stage Performance 2012/13 Aspect20092010201120122013 GLD Hampshire threshold 51%54.5%58.5%64%59% National threshold 52%56%59%64%52% Hampshire Gap32.630%28.9%26.7%28.9% National Gap33.9%32.7%31.4%30.1%36.6%

7 % of children achieving 6+ points in key areas of learning (2009 – 2012) or expected or greater level (2013) 20092010201120122013 PSED74.9%78.5%80.5584.4%81.9% CLL54.9%57.2%60.9%67.2%78.4%

8 Impact on school attainment Key Stage 1Level 2 +Level 3+ Measure201120122013201120122013 Speaking / Listening 92%93% 32% 34% Reading89%90%92%34%36%39% Writing86%88%89%14%15%17%

9 Changes to statutory guidance on the role of the local authority From Provide information, advice and training to providers To Advice only to those requiring improvement or inadequate by Ofsted

10 Future direction Statutory responsibilities of the local authority Ensuring sufficient early years education places Providing moderation for the Early Years Foundation Stage Responding to Ofsted outcomes Children’s Centres Discretionary areas include Support for early years business management, staff training etc Delivering evidence based programmes to improve children’s outcomes Providing EYFS advice to children’s centres and facilitating the link between the work of children’s centres and schools

11 Overall LA Budget 2015/16 £6.8m reduction in non- Children’s Centre budget over 2 years 2014/15, 2015/16 Reduction in services that support preschools, childminders and schools Statutory duty£m Children’s Centres£9.4m Sufficiency, Moderation, Outcomes, £1.9m Total£11.3m

12 Local Authority funding 2015/16 Sufficiency Duty Support for: –providers and schools to develop needed early years education –places provision when it is at risk of closure and places are needed –safeguarding actions where issues arise Management of serious case reviews Promotion, administration and management of compliance with the Early Years Education Funding scheme Maintenance of lists of approved Early Years Education providers Implementation of removal process from the EYE approved providers list and funding cessation for poor performance Resource 8fte childcare development officers

13 Local Authority funding 2015/16 Outcomes duty Early Years Foundation Stage Management and interpretation of data Moderation of Profile judgements Communications on changes Training Advice on targeted training and support programmes where children are at risk of poor outcomes Updates for training colleges on latest policy developments Overview of the qualification profile of the sector; signposting to funding and training opportunities Improvement The design and monitoring of support plans following a requires improvement or inadequate Ofsted judgement Mediation of peer support where provision is poor Resources 1 fte Quality Improvement Service Manager (Early Years), 2 early years advisors and 1.4 fte training managers

14 Local Authority funding 2015/16 Children’s centres Delivery of children’s centre services through 54 centres Monitoring, support and challenge to Children's Centres Support during Ofsted inspections Hampshire County Council premises and IT management Liaison with partners to ensure joined up service delivery and information sharing to meet the needs of vulnerable families Work with children’s centres to strengthen understanding of the take-up of Early Years Education funding and their role in promoting this to vulnerable families Guidance and support for the governance model.

15 DSG current funding (2014/15) for Early Years Early years education for 2/3/4 year olds 2 year old provision training and support Portage service Area Inclusion service SEN early years training Speech and Language support Total £60.5m (£60.0m Early Years Block, £0.5m High Needs)

16 Proposals for DSG funding Targeting services to approximately 300 early years providers including childminders from a potential sector of 1500 providers Work impacts upon 22,000 children AreaCurrent LA 13/14Proposed DSG Early Years Education Support £1.4m£0.5m Quality Improvement Advice £0.7m£0.418m Settings and Children’s Centre EYFS Support £1.281m£0.725m Total£3.381m£1.643m

17 Discretionary services DSG might fund 2015/16 Early Years Education Support Support to childminders and group settings to strengthen governance and leadership arrangements Support to setting to meet the welfare standards Specific support to childminders to raise the quality of early years education delivery Resources needed £500k to commission from the local authority or other organisation Offers 6 days per provider assuming 300 providers need support

18 Discretionary services Alternative options: Early Years Education Support Group settings pay for support to strengthen governance and leadership arrangements (approx. £250 per day, most settings require 4-6 days support) Offer places on welfare standards training courses at minimal cost e.g. pay for venue and refreshments where there are spaces School peer mentors (schools cover costs) give specific support to childminders to raise the quality of delivery Childminding support currently requires 2,730 days

19 Discretionary services DSG might fund 2015/16 Quality Improvement advice Provide direct support to Early Years Foundation Stage settings and schools without good+ Ofsted judgements Deliver evidence based intervention programmes e.g. Promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies, Personal Social Emotional Development, Communication Language Literacy and tracking progress programmes Deliver/support county wide training sessions on EYFS Resources needed £418k for 8 fte Early Years District Advisory Teachers (reduced from 13.3 fte)

20 Discretionary services Alternative options: Quality Improvement advice Schools provide peer mentoring for settings not good+ Schools run evidence based programmes Schools with EYFS development needs source own support (accounts for 400 days) Resources needed Support for providers and schools would equate to 1560 days £130k would be required for 2 fte staff to oversee support programme Or providers pay for support at £100 per place for training and £450 per day teacher support

21 Discretionary services DSG might fund 2015/16 Setting and Children’s Centre support Develop high quality practices for staff Develop systems for assessment and monitoring of progress Identify school level EYFS trends and steer settings’ priorities Deliver evidence based intervention programmes to improve outcomes in specific areas of development Lead working with parents where children have been identified as at risk of poor outcomes Resources needed £723K for 15 fte Children’s Centre Support Teachers reduced from 26.8 fte

22 Discretionary services Alternative options: Settings and children’s centre support Schools provide support to catchment area children’s centre and to linked early years settings 54 centres would need 1 day a week support which includes support to linked early years provision Resources required Retain 2 Children’s Centre Support Teachers to oversee continuing professional development for peer mentors Cost £130k for staff

23 Could providers pay for support? Average cost of a member of staff is £27,000 Early Years Single Funding Formula (EYSFF) for 3 year olds staffed on a ratio of 1:8 gives £19,744 p.a (based on 2013/14 average EYE hourly rate) Normal ratio of 1:6 which reduces income to £14,808 p.a Providers pay the difference through business model Increase in uptake of hours means that there is less opportunity to charge for additional time Staffing tends to account for 80% of income Resources required Approximately 15 pence on the base rate would be needed for providers to cover total budget through purchasing services All providers would receive uplift rather than those most in need of support

24 Options Early Years discretionary services to be funded using the Early Years Block of DSG Early Years Education providers to buy all discretionary services Schools to provide services directly with some support from the LA funded from the DSG Cease funding for discretionary services

25 Early Years Position 2015/16 Ongoing pressures already identified£m 2 year old places underspend1.6 DSG carry forward ending0.5 Sub total2.1 Potential DSG funding Early Years Education Support0.5 Quality Improvement Advice0.4 School readiness and children’s centres0.7 Sub total1.6 SEN Speech and language therapy0.4 Total4.1


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