Termly update which presents a statistical summary of the service.
This is not the latest release in the series: Flying Start
- 25,288 children had benefited from, that is, were in receipt of Flying Start services in Wales at some point from 1 April 2018 until the end of the period (31 August 2018). The children seen to date in the year represents 70% of the expectations for the year as a whole.
- Overall 25% of children aged under 4 in Wales were on Flying Start Health Visitor caseloads.
- Flying Start children (on the health visitor caseload) of all ages up to age 4 were seen an average of 2.6 times during the year to date either by health visitors or members of the wider health team.
- 97% of children newly eligible for childcare in a Flying Start childcare setting received an offer during the year to date. Take up of childcare places is not reported at this stage as this figure is likely to be under estimated at this point in the year as the process for some local authorities means that take up for children receiving an offer in a given term cannot be ascertained until that place is formally attended (in the following term).
Please note that this is unvalidated management information relating to data received up to 24 October 2018, and is provided to give an update on the programme as the year is progressing. The data is felt to be of sufficient value at a Wales level to be presented here, but local authority data continue to be validated throughout the year and are not included.
The full year’s data will be released on a validated and more detailed basis for the whole of 2018-19 in the July 2019 statistical report, including the data for individual local authorities. When the complete year picture is available, data may be revised as appropriate.
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