Hartlepool Borough Council is seeking feedback on its recently published draft Early Years Strategy for Hartlepool.
The strategy sets out Hartlepool Council’s vision and priorities for early years support and outlines how it plans to deliver on these between now and 2024. It cites 11 main strategic priorities, which include health and wellbeing, information and data, early intervention and poverty and social mobility.
Hartlepool Council has launched a survey to gather local views on its proposals. It is particularly interested to hear whether Early Years professionals, parents and carers agree with the key priorities and suggested actions included in the strategy.
If you would like to take part in the survey, you can find it on the Hartlepool Council website. The consultation will remain open until October 31st, at which point feedback will be considered and incorporated into a second draft of the strategy.
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