This report forms part of the Local Government Association (LGA) evaluation of sector-led improvement. It provides an overview of feedback from participants who attended the LGA/Institute of Directors (IoD) commercial skills training programme in 2017, gained through a series of in depth telephone interviews.
This report forms part of the Local Government Association (LGA) evaluation of sector-led improvement. It provides a quantitative assessment of sector performance and how this has changed since 2009/10.
In this report we hope councils and their partners will find useful advice for best meeting the duty to refer responsibilities, along with examples of what genuine cooperation looks like from within England and Wales.
We want all our children to have bright futures. Key to that is ensuring that they have the emotional resilience and tools to make good choices, overcome challenges and move confidently towards where they want to be in adulthood. The current system cannot deliver that – so how can we ensure that it does?
Results of a survey of readers’ views on first magazine and firstonline, the LGA’s membership magazine, published in print monthly. The survey sought feedback from readers on the magazine’s current content and possible future developments.
Results from a survey of local authorities that explored recent changes by central government to both funding and policy in the early years sector. The survey focused in the cap on central spend, maintained nursery schools, early years entitlements, provision for disadvantaged children and early years practitioners.