On the following pages you will find all the information you need about Early Years Education (EYE) funding, the Early Years Single Funding Formula (EYSFF) and the Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP).
From April 2015 three and four year old children attending an early years education setting may be eligible to receive Early Years Pupil Premium (EYPP). Providers could claim an additional £302 per year for each child to spend on supporting their development, learning and care.
National data and research shows that children who meet the Early Years Pupil Premium criteria may need to get the most from their early years education. Like the Pupil Premium available for Hampshire schools for children in Reception up to Year 11, the Early Years Pupil Premium will provide nurseries, preschools and childminders with extra funding to support children in receiving the best start they can.
All providers delivering funded early years education places will be eligible to receive the Early Years Pupil Premium.
Children must receive free Early Years Education funding in order to attract the EYPP funding.
Children will not need to access their full EYE entitlement to be eligible as providers will be paid on a pro rata basis.
The amount of 53p is a national hourly rate.
Local authorities will pass the full rate for each eligible child onto the provider.
Early Years Pupil Premium and Funding for 2 Year Olds - consultation closes 22 August 2014.
Childminder Agencies and changes to the role of the local authority. Government response to the consultation now published.
We are awaiting the publication of the Early Education and Childcare Statutory guidance for local authorities associated with this consultation.
In March 2013 the government consulted with Local Authorities, providers, childminders and parents on 'Changes to the role of Local Authorities in early education and childcare'. The government proposed some changes to the way in which free early years education is funded, however, they chose at this point not to make these compulsory.
Even though they have not implemented these changes they have made it clear the direction in which they wish to travel with the long term aim to implement a national funding formula for early years.
This consultation is taking these proposals into account and using the most up to date guidance issued by the Department for Education (DfE) in 'Early Education and childcare - Statutory guidance for local authorities - September 2013' to formulate the EYSFF for 2014/15.
This consultation has been developed to seek views from providers on decisions made by the Partnership Advisory Group (PAG) and Nursery Advisory Group (NAG). The consultation also gives providers options as to how the surplus of funds resulting from the changes in flexibility bands can be distributed. For each of these options a spreadsheet has been developed to show providers the effects of each option on their funding levels.
It will help us to gain the views from as many Hampshire approved early years education providers as we can. A Survey Monkey questionnaire has also been set up which you can feedback your response's on.
Please click on the icon below which will take you to the consultation.
Consultation Opens: 1 October 2013
Consultation Closes: 27 October 2013
If you have any queries regarding this consultation please email email@example.com
These terms and conditions replace the agreement dated April 2014 and all previous versions. We have used the Department of Education, Early Education and Childcare Statutory Guidance for Local Authorities September 2014 in shaping the terms and conditions.
A summary of the key changes between the EYE Terms and Conditions April 2014 and the EYE Terms and Conditions January 2015.
To confirm your acceptance of these terms and conditions please return your Early Years Single Funding Formula for your April 2015 rate calculation (blue forms) by 28 November 2015.
These terms and conditions replace the agreement dated September 2012 and all previous versions. We have used the Department of Education, Early Education and Childcare Statutory Guidance for Local Authorities September 2013 in shaping the terms and conditions.
A summary of the key changes between the EYE funding payments January 2013 and EYE funding payments April 2014.
Signed confirmation to be returned for EYE payments to be made.
Presentation from the briefings held in March 2014.
These terms and conditions replace the agreement dated September 2011 and all previous versions. We have used the Department for Education New Statutory guidance in shaping the terms and conditions. The format has changed so that it is robust, clear and transparent in detailing what is expected from Providers in delivering the free entitlement in Hampshire. The Partnership Advisory Group have helped us in shaping the document.
Business Surgeries are held locally if you have any matters relating to the delivery or compliance of these Terms and Conditions. Please contact the Local Development Team or contact your Childcare Development Co-ordinator and Business Support Officer for more information.
All providers of free early years education for two, three and four year olds need to make themselves aware of this Statutory Guidance as this is the prime guidance that Hampshire will use in meeting it's statutory duty and administering the early years entitlement from September 2014.
All providers of free early years education for two, three and four year olds need to make themselves aware of this Statutory Guidance as this is the prime guidance that Hampshire will use in meeting it's statutory duty and administering the early years entitlement from September 2013.
Services for Young Children are seeking Providers to included as Approved Providers for delivering a "stretched offer" of delivering Early Years Education. Any Provider who is interested in finding out more about Stretched offer should contact their Childcare Development Coordinator.
Services for Young Children are seeking Providers to be included as Approved Providers for the delivery of Free Early Years Education to eligible Two Year Olds. Providers who are interested in finding out more about the Two Year Old should contact their Childcare Development Coordinator.
Relevant to those who are:
1. Childcare providers that are 'approved' to provide early years education for 2 year olds; or
2. Representatives of agencies or organisations that are likely to refer families to access the 'offer'.For information on the 2 Year Old Capital and Revenue Grant please follow this link: 2 Year Old Capital and Revenue Grant For details regarding the 2 Year Old criteria and referral process 2 Year Old Offer.