Pre-school Education:Written question - 219791

Q
(Hackney North and Stoke Newington)
Asked on: 06 January 2015
Department for Education
Pre-school Education
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Education, how many free early years education places were provided in (a) Hackney North and Stoke Newington constituency, (b) each London borough and (c) England in each year since 2010; and if she will make a statement.
A
Answered by: Mr Sam Gyimah
Answered on: 13 January 2015

The tables below provide the number of children in receipt of funded early education provision in each London borough and in England from 2010 to 2014. The variation between areas will reflect local demand.

Information at constituency level is not readily available and could be obtained only at disproportionate cost.

Number of 3- and 4-year-olds benefitting from funded early education places

2010 to 2014

Position at January

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

England

1,186,365

1,224,465

1,264,416

1,283,497

1,299,908

Camden

4,060

4,060

3,900

4,090

4,050

City of London

80

60

80

100

100

Hackney

6,360

6,640

6,700

6,970

7,140

Hammersmith and Fulham

4,030

4,080

4,110

4,130

4,050

Haringey

5,910

6,000

6,210

6,240

6,190

Islington

4,130

4,480

4,550

4,540

4,460

Kensington and Chelsea

2,720

2,740

2,700

2,730

2,740

Lambeth

6,550

6,930

7,030

7,150

7,110

Lewisham

6,480

6,870

7,160

7,450

7,390

Newham

8,870

9,260

9,660

9,750

9,710

Southwark

6,850

6,620

6,570

6,970

7,030

Tower Hamlets

6,270

6,530

6,580

6,780

6,940

Wandsworth

6,870

7,090

7,280

7,470

7,480

Westminster

3,860

3,780

3,890

3,810

3,750

Barking and Dagenham

5,300

5,850

6,360

6,690

6,760

Barnet

8,220

8,220

8,730

8,890

9,140

Bexley

5,510

5,720

6,000

6,080

6,140

Brent

6,690

7,050

7,390

7,730

8,070

Bromley

7,200

7,540

7,840

8,110

8,300

Croydon

8,670

9,320

9,710

9,780

9,710

Ealing

8,420

8,730

9,110

9,400

9,380

Enfield

7,570

7,930

8,460

8,620

8,680

Greenwich

6,870

7,330

7,390

7,330

7,410

Harrow

4,860

5,140

5,400

5,680

5,910

Havering

5,060

5,340

5,610

5,750

5,870

Hillingdon

6,990

7,320

7,670

7,990

8,240

Hounslow

5,560

5,860

6,380

6,750

6,940

Kingston upon Thames

3,580

3,850

4,120

4,220

4,250

Merton

5,090

5,390

5,780

5,750

5,760

Redbridge

7,380

7,920

8,200

8,340

8,520

Richmond upon Thames

4,780

5,200

5,390

5,460

5,680

Sutton

4,250

4,440

4,610

4,810

4,960

Waltham Forest

6,690

7,010

7,340

7,410

7,500

Count of children aged 3 and 4 at 31 December in the previous calendar year.

Any child attending more than one provider will have only been counted once.

Totals are rounded to the nearest 10.

Number of 2-year-olds benefitting from funded early education places

2014

Position at January

2014

England

86,637

Camden

240

City of London

0

Hackney

460

Hammersmith and Fulham

190

Haringey

330

Islington

300

Kensington and Chelsea

160

Lambeth

400

Lewisham

440

Newham

530

Southwark

590

Tower Hamlets

270

Wandsworth

370

Westminster

230

Barking and Dagenham

680

Barnet

490

Bexley

410

Brent

330

Bromley

400

Croydon

490

Ealing

430

Enfield

730

Greenwich

390

Harrow

340

Havering

420

Hillingdon

390

Hounslow

350

Kingston upon Thames

170

Merton

260

Redbridge

420

Richmond upon Thames

160

Sutton

190

Waltham Forest

440

Count of children aged 2 at 31 December in the previous calendar year.

Any child attending more than one provider will have only been counted once.

Totals are rounded to the nearest 10.

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