Early years practitioners report ‘burdensome’ paperwork leads to duplication and inconsistency

Olivia Rook
Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Nearly half of the survey respondents said they had received conflicting information from agencies and organisations about how to report incidents or concerns in their setting.

DfE and the Local Government Association are planning to work with local authorities to ease the paperwork burden placed on providers.
DfE and the Local Government Association are planning to work with local authorities to ease the paperwork burden placed on providers.

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