Renfrewshire Council wants your views on early learning and out of school services Renfrewshire Council wants your views on early learning and out of school services
Local parents are being urged to give Renfrewshire Council their views on early learning, childcare, out of school services and breakfast clubs. The council... Renfrewshire Council wants your views on early learning and out of school services

Local parents are being urged to give Renfrewshire Council their views on early learning, childcare, out of school services and breakfast clubs.

The council is currently seeking views from parents with children aged 0 – 14, so that it can plan its services to meet local needs.

Councillor Jacqueline Henry, Convener for Education and Children, said: “Our survey is important as it gives parents the chance to get involved and have input as we work to plan our early learning, childcare, out of school services and breakfast clubs.

“The survey is now live online, or you can complete a paper copy and I’d urge local parents to tell us their views.”

Parents can get involved online at www.renfrewshire.gov.uk/haveyoursay or by completing a paper copy. You can pick up a paper copy at your local parent and toddler group, nursery, out of school care, libraries or from council offices.

The survey will close on 26 October.