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Statistics Publication Notice: Education and Training Series: Pre-School and Childcare Statistics 2009

DescriptionPre-school and Childcare Statistics 2009
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Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateSeptember 23, 2009

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A National Statistics Publication for ScotlandNational Statistics logo
ISBN 978 0 7559 7649 2 (Web only publication)
ISSN 1479-7569 (online)
This document is also available in pdf format (340k)
Tables and Charts also available in Excel format (280k)

Contents

Pre-School and Childcare Statistics 2009
Background Notes

The following tables and charts are available:

Table 1: Total number of childcare centres and childminders by main service type, and total number of local authority and partnership pre-school providers, 2006 to 2009
Chart 1: Total number of childcare centres and childminders by main service type, 2006 to 2009
Table 2: Total number of childcare centres and childminders by main service type, management sector, area deprivation and urban/rural classification, January 2009
Table 3: Total number of childcare centres and childminders by main service type and local authority, January 2009
Chart 2: Main service type of active childcare centres by area deprivation, January 2009
Table 4: Percentage of centres in each management sector by local authority (excluding childminders), January 2009
Table 5: Total number of services and facilities by management sector, area deprivation and urban/rural classification (excluding childminders), January 2009
Table 6: Total number of services and facilities by local authority (excluding childminders), January 2009
Table 7: Premises used by main service type, management sector, area deprivation, urban/rural classification and whether centre provides pre-school education (excluding childminders), January 2009
Table 8: Ages of children on the register of pre-school or childcare centres or attending a childminder during census week, by main service type, January 2009
Table 9: Ages of children on the register of pre-school or childcare centres or attending a childminder during census week, January 2008 and 2009
Table 10: Percentage of centres that have a plan or strategy detailing how they will meet the requirements for registration with the SSSC, January 2009
Table 11: Staff responsible for the management of the registered service in childcare centres, by management sector, area deprivation and urban/rural classification, January 2008
Table 12: Staff and vacancies for paid staff working directly with children in childcare centres (excluding manager(s) of the Care Commission registered service), by management sector, area deprivation and urban/rural classification, January 2009
Table 13: Number and proportion of centres using unpaid volunteers, January 2008 and 2009
Table 14: Characteristics of childminder workforce, January 2009
Table 15: Qualifications of childminder workforce, January 2009
Table 16: Highest childcare qualifications of childminder workforce January 2007, January 2008 and January 2009
Chart 3: Percentage of pre-school centres that are local authority managed and percentage that are run in partnership, by local authority, January 2009
Table 17: Number of pre-school education providers and number of Gaelic-medium local authority and partnership pre-school providers, by type of provision and local authority, January 2009
Table 18: Local authority and partnership pre-school education registrations by local authority, January 2009
Table 19: Percentage of children with access to a GTCS registered teacher by local authority, January 2009
Table 20: Number of children registered with a local authority or partnership pre-school providers whose home language is not English, with Additional Support Needs or with a Coordinated Support Plan, by local authority, January 2009
Table 21: Number and Whole Time Equivalent ( WTE) staff in local authority or partnership pre-school education centres, by type of provider and local authority, January 2009
Table 22: Number and Whole Time Equivalent ( WTE) GTCS registered teachers employed or working peripatetically in local authority and partnership pre-school education centres, by type of provider and local authority, January 2009
Table 23: Number in posts, Headcount and Whole Time Equivalent ( WTE) of GTCS registered teachers employed or working peripatetically in local authority and partnership pre-school education centres, January 2009
Table 24: Percentage of pre-school centres with a GTCS registered teacher employed or working peripatetically under a regular arrangement only, those with a GTCS registered teacher working under a regular arrangement and receiving occasional or ad hoc support from any external GTCS registered teacher, those who only received occasional or ad hoc support from any external GTCS registered teacher, and those who do not have any GTCS registered teachers working under a regular arrangement or receive any occasional or ad hoc support, by type of provider and local authority, January 2009
Table 25: Number of centres receiving occasional or ad hoc support from external GTCS registered teachers, by type of provider and local authority, and number of days on which support is received, by local authority, January 2009
Table 26: Percentage of local authority and partnership pre-school providers with any teachers (including external ad hoc support) whose teachers perform certain tasks, January 2009

Appendix 1: Estimated population of children eligible for pre-school education by local authority, January 2009
Appendix 2: Weights used with childminder data from Care Commission Annual Returns