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Council seeks views on out-of-school childcare service

Glasgow parents and carers are being asked for their views on out-of-school childcare in the city.

Out-of-school childcare can play a vital role in helping parents or carers to sustain or take up employment, which in turn can improve outcomes for children.

In particular providing support for parents and carers to work, train or study can act as a route of poverty for many.

As part of Glasgow City Council's vision for high quality education and child care in all early years' establishments and extended services across the city, the need for out-of-school childcare is fully recognised.

But to ensure this vision is relevant to the people of Glasgow, we are looking for the views of parents and carers on our current out-of-school childcare service for children aged four to sixteen years.

All of the information gathered will help us to develop an out-of-school childcare service that meets the future needs of the people of Glasgow. The survey closes on 4 September 2016.

The Out of School Care Survey can be completed as follows:


Please phone Glasgow City Council, CBS Early Years Support on 0141 287 4883, Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm.  Staff will be happy to record your answers.

Contact details
Should you have any questions in respect of the above Survey please call Glasgow City Council, Early Years' Service for assistance.

Pauline Millar (Early Years Family Information Officer) 0141 287 4887
Bernadette Haggerty (Early Years Monitoring & Liaison Officer) 0141 276 6845

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