About the ceeda parent survey
There are significant gaps in our knowledge of what parents think about the childcare services they access and how that knowledge is used to influence service delivery on the ground.
Sourced predominantly from population surveys aimed at assessing demand for childcare services, data on parents’ perceptions of childcare quality is often quickly out of date, based on relatively small samples of childcare users and has limited links back to the provider base.
The ceeda parent survey has been developed to provide a solution to these problems by delivering a regular stream of intelligence on parental satisfaction with childcare provision that is:
- owned at the grass roots of the sector
- comparable across the country
- accessible to a wide range of strategic stakeholders.
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