Childcare Market Assessment 2011


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July 2011find similar
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16 Chapters

Table of Contents

The table of contents below is for Childcare 2011

Foreword

Executive Summary

Introduction

OVERVIEW

DEFINITION

Types of Childcare

INFORMATION SOURCES AND ORGANISATIONS

4Children

Association of Nanny Agencies

Daycare Trust

National Childminding Association

National Day Nurseries Association

Pre-School Learning Alliance

Scottish Childminding Association

Scottish Pre-School Play Association

Sure Start

Voice

Wales Pre-School Providers Association

Strategy Overview

SOCIO-DEMOGRAPHIC BACKGROUND

The Child Population

Working Parents

CURRENT PROVISION OF CHILDCARE

England

Scotland

Wales

THE COST OF CHILDCARE

MARKET DYNAMICS

GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES

The Childcare Act

The Children's Plan,

Early Learning and Childcare - The-Year Strategy

The National Childcare Strategy

Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage

Employment Rights

Tax Credits

MARKETING ACTIVITY

Main Media Advertising Expenditure

Promotional Activities

THE CONSUMER

FORECASTS

Private-Sector Provision

BACKGROUND

COMPETITIVE STRUCTURE

Recent Key Changes

EXTENT OF PROVISION

THE COST OF PRIVATE-SECTOR NURSERY PROVISION

Local Authority/Voluntary Provision

BACKGROUND

NURSERY SCHOOLS AND CLASSES

Individual Care

BACKGROUND

NANNIES

The Cost of Nannies

CHILDMINDERS

The Cost of Childminding

Provision for School-Age Children

BACKGROUND

PROVISION IN SCHOOLS

EXTENT OF PROVISION FOR SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN

PROVISION FOR TEENAGERS

COST OF SCHOOL-AGE PROVISION

An International Perspective

COST AND REGULATION

PROVISION

PEST Analysis

POLITICAL

ECONOMIC

SOCIAL

TECHNOLOGICAL

Consumer Dynamics

OVERVIEW

FAMILY-FRIENDLY POLICES

Employers Who Have 'Family-Friendly' Polices Are More Likely to Attract Qualified People Who Have Young Children and Then Keep Them

If Employers Have 'Family-Friendly' Policies, This Can Be Annoying For Employees Who Are Not Parents of Young Children

PARENTAL LEAVE AND CHILDCARE BENEFITS

Mothers and Fathers Should Be Treated Equally With Regard to Childcare Benefits, Such as Maternity and Paternity Leave

GOVERNMENT HELP FOR WORKING MOTHERS OF YOUNG CHILDREN

The Government Is Not Doing Enough to Help Mothers of Young Children Who Wish to Go Back to Work

The Government Is Doing Too Much to Try and Persuade Mothers of Young Children to Go Back to Work

WORKING MOTHERS OF YOUNG CHILDREN

Young Children Need Their Mothers at Home to Look After Them

CHILDCARE PREFERENCES

If I Needed to Provide Childcare for a Child Under School Age, I Would Use a Nanny

If I Needed Childcare for a Child Under School Age, I Would Use a Childminder

If I Needed Childcare for a Child Under School Age, I Would Use a Nursery

If I Needed Childcare for a Child Under School Age, I Would Not Trust Anyone Outside the Family to Look After Them

Parents Should Be Given Tax Relief if They Pay Relatives (e.g. Grandparents) to Look After Their Children While They Go Out to Work

TAX RELIEF FOR EMPLOYING A NANNY AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING FOR CHILDCARE WORKERS

It Is a Positive Step That Parents are Beginning to Receive Tax Relief if They Employ a Nanny

All Childcare Workers Should Receive Better Professional Training, Even If It Means Their Services are More Expensive as a Result

CHILDCARE FOR PRE-SCHOOL AND SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN

Government Subsidies For Pre-School Education Have Helped Parents

Arranging Childcare Can Be More Difficult for Working Parents Once Children Start School Than It Is When They are Under School Age

Recent Government Campaigns to Encourage Schools to Extend Their Hours Do More to Help Parents After School Hours and During School Holidays

Company Profiles

INTRODUCTION

ASQUITH NURSERIES LTD

History

Corporate Strategy

Recent Developments

Profitability

BERTRAM NURSERY GROUP LTD

History

Corporate Strategy

Recent Developments

Profitability

BRIGHT HORIZONS FAMILY SOLUTIONS LTD

History

Corporate Strategy

Recent Developments

Profitability

BUSY BEES HOLDINGS LTD

History

Corporate Strategy

Recent Developments

Profitability

CASTERBRIDGE NURSERIES LTD

History

Corporate Strategy

Recent Developments

Profitability

CHILD BASE LTD

History

Corporate Strategy

Recent Developments

Profitability

THE CHILDCARE CORPORATION PLC

History

Corporate Strategy

Recent Developments

Profitability

JUST LEARNING LTD

History

Corporate Strategy

Recent Developments

Profitability

KIDSUNLIMITED LTD

History

Corporate Strategy

Recent Developments

Profitability

TREETOPS NURSERIES LTD

History

Corporate Strategy

Recent Developments

Profitability

The Future

FORECASTS TO

THE FUTURE OF CHILDCARE

Private Nurseries

Childminders

Nannies

Further Sources

Associations

Publications

General Sources

Government Publications

Other Sources

Key Note Sources

Key Note Ltd

Understanding TGI Data

Number, Profile, Penetration

Social Grade

Standard Region

Key Note Research

The Key Note Range of Reports

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