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Childcare Survey and Holiday Childcare Survey
Our annual Childcare Survey and Holiday Childcare Survey are the definitive reports on childcare costs and availability in the UK.
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Childcare Survey 2022
In its 21st annual survey, Coram Family and Childcare finds that childcare costs have risen...
Where next for childcare? Looking back on 21 Years of the Childcare Survey
This webinar will provide the opportunity to look back at progress that has been made since...
Covid and Childcare: The Role of Local Authorities
This report focuses on the role played by local authorities (LAs) in supporting parents and...
Holiday Childcare Survey 2021
Britain’s parents face a double squeeze of expensive costs and patchy availability this summer...
We were commissioned by Small Steps Big Changes to consult with local fathers about their...
Childcare Survey 2021
Britain’s parents are paying 4% more for childcare for children under two, and 5% more for...
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Coram Family and Childcare responds to the Work and Pensions Committee’s Inquiry into Universal Credit and Childcare Costs
Our research found that the average price of 25 hours of childcare per week at nursery for a...
Local authorities have supported the childcare sector through the pandemic, but remain concerned about the future of the sector
29 July 2021
This new research draws upon interviews with 122 Local Authority Early Leads.
British parents face a ‘double squeeze’ of expensive childcare costs and patchy availability this summer
20 July 2021
Our 16th annual survey published today finds that there has been a 5% rise in costs.
Coram Family and Childcare sign the LCPA Mayoral Election Manifesto
16 April 2021
We are pleased to be among the organizations who have recently signed the London Child Poverty...
Childcare costs rise by 4% over the last year as providers struggle to remain sustainable during the pandemic
9 March 2021
Britain’s parents are paying 4% more for childcare for children under two,.
Over half of local authorities in England anticipate permanent closure of childcare providers after Covid funding ends
Over half of local authorities in England anticipate permanent closure of childcare providers...
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