List of Day Nurseries and Children Centres Email and Contact Details in the UK
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Dear Department for Education,
Please could I have an up dated excel sheet of all day nurseries, pre-schools and Children Centres to include.
-name of setting
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“Please could I have an up dated excel sheet of all day nurseries,
pre-schools and Children Centres to include.
-name of setting
We have dealt with your request under the Freedom of Information Act
A file containing data from the Get Information about Schools (GIAS)
website as at 28 April 2022 is enclosed. The file contains a list of
children’s centres and local authority nurseries in England.
We have supplied you with the establishment email address where available.
Further information on the terms used within this extract can be found in
the GIAS glossary: www.get-information-schools.service.gov.uk/glossary
The Department for Education does not hold Information about Private,
Voluntary and Independent (PVI) childcare providers, including pre-schools
and day nurseries, (for England) as it is held by Ofsted. However, you can
request this information by contacting Ofsted via
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Northern Ireland: www.deni.gov.uk
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