Welsh Government recognises that affordable, available, and accessible childcare enables parents to work, supporting its drive to increase economic growth, tackle poverty and reduce inequalities
Welsh Government is committed to providing 30 hours a week of combined early education and childcare for working parents of three and four year olds, for up to 48 weeks of the year.
Since September 2017, Rhondda Cynon Taf has been one of the Early Implementers for the offer, testing it initially in four areas of RCT.
From September 2018, the pilot is available in ALL areas of RCT.
View the providers that have already signed up to the offer
Where can I find out more about the Childcare Offer?
Visit the Welsh Government web page where you can find out more about the childcare offer and answer some short questions: www.gov.wales/talkchildcare
You can also contact the Welsh Government at any time with your views:
Childcare Offer Team
Cathays Park - 2nd Floor North
Cardiff, CF10 3NQ
Social Media: Look for the hashtag to join in the conversation online.
Other ways of feeding in your views:
Family Information Service: The Family Information Service (FIS) is the first point of contact for advice and information on local services for families and carers. There is a FIS in every local authority. The FIS provide free, impartial help, support and advice on a range of family issues including childcare, help with costs of childcare, and leisure services www.rctcbc.gov.uk/fis
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