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This topic is for surveys for Mumsnet HQ and their clients. If you'd like to commission a survey of MN members email [email protected] Non MN surveys will be deleted.

How's your childcare? Take this survey - £100 voucher to be won
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JustineBMumsnet · 20/07/2021 13:02

A coalition of groups (including Gingerbread, Mumsnet, Pregnant Then Screwed, the TUC, Maternity Action, the Fawcett Society, Working Families, The Fatherhood Institute and the Women’s Budget Group) have come together to ask parents across the UK about their experiences of childcare.

As a part of this we’re running this survey, which is open to all parents in the UK with at least one child aged 18 or under.

This survey is being hosted by Mumsnet. You can find information about how your data will be used here.

Click here to complete the survey.

Thanks, and good luck with the prize draw!

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How's your childcare? Take this survey - £100 voucher to be won
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SkunkButRug · 20/07/2021 13:48

Done ✅

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PeonyTime · 20/07/2021 18:14

That was really hard to do. Our situation doesnt fit with most of your answers, so I suspect I've thrown your stats somewhat.

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ConfusedBear · 21/07/2021 01:17

My situation didn't fit that well either.

I felt some of the questions assumed negative outcomes, whereas I've had positive experiences so found them hard to answer.

For example, I took on extra work because I successfully applied for a promotion. This wasn't in response to my partner earning less so needing to make up a shortfall. It was because I wanted to and thought the job would be interesting and enjoyable. The payrise was a bonus.

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SushiGo · 22/07/2021 07:38

I have older children so have never been on universal credit but have been on the older tax credits, might be worth clarifying how you want people to answer for those sections.

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lw26 · 23/07/2021 14:56

Done

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Librarybooksandacoconut · 23/07/2021 18:46

Can I just point out that Scotland has a different system for funding early years childcare. It would be helpful if it was an option, or at least ‘other’.

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user1496951411 · 23/07/2021 22:35

Done

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Michellebops · 23/07/2021 23:59

Done

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Darinka91 · 24/07/2021 10:44

Done

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choccohoopz · 24/07/2021 10:57

Done

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DumplingsAndStew · 26/07/2021 12:08

@Librarybooksandacoconut

Can I just point out that Scotland has a different system for funding early years childcare. It would be helpful if it was an option, or at least ‘other’.

Don't be daft. Mumsnet don't care about anything other than English views in their surveys. This type of thing has been pointed out to them many times.
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purpleme12 · 26/07/2021 23:12

I filled it in but it was a strange survey
Like some others have said there were things that didn't fit the situation
But the most obvious thing was that it just asked about universal credit! There are loads of people on tax credits still! Well I just ticked no to the universal credit questions but really I'm on tax credits so not sure questionn

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purpleme12 · 26/07/2021 23:13

.... Not sure this questionnaire is the best

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ipswichwitch · 27/07/2021 20:19

Done

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excitedemmi · 28/07/2021 19:58

Done

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damnthisvirusandmarriage · 29/07/2021 20:00

Done

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ivfbabymomma1 · 03/08/2021 21:27

Done Smile

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Cheeseycheeseycheesecheese · 04/08/2021 21:11

I've completed this, but like a few others most of the answers don't really fit my personal circumstances...

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Sunshinejolly · 06/08/2021 15:14

Hello - I have loads of issues with LA doing an EHCP for my 4 year old consisting of them taking over 7 months to do a draft, no contact from caseworker and then them forcing me into a corner and pushing it to the final stage when my advocate was off for a week. Then I heard they sent my son’s EHCP to the wrong school. I only knew this as they phoned me clueless as to why they got it. I questioned this with the LA and they said they had to consult mainstream and within my catchment area but the school I chose was mainstream and in my catchment. They keep saying there was no data breach. I know people at the wrong school they sent the report to and they have been privy to my son’s confidential information. Has anyone had this happen to them? What did you do? They were also hell bent on not quantifying the hours of support but once I complained about the data breach they confirmed up to 32 hours a week. Am I wrong in thinking I should get legal advice here?

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PeonyTime · 07/08/2021 11:18

@Sunshinejolly you are probably best starting a new thread - possibly in the SEN section. There will be people there who hopefully can advise, but they are unlikely to see your message tucked away here.

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Adelphia1977 · 07/08/2021 12:45

Done

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whitefish8 · 07/08/2021 14:05

Can anyone recommend a good cranial osteopath in swLondon please?

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Owldeb2005 · 08/08/2021 23:58

Am I being unreasonable. My partner of 4 years has always been funny with food and sleep patterns. He has got significantly worse over the last year and he blames it on my son. DS is nearly sixteen and is lazy and not very sociable. My other half says he is greedy and eats like a pig. He says this puts him off eating and now every time ds comes home for a week he won’t eat. He will not eat a family meal anyway which annoys me. This is seriously depressing me now as I am constantly treading on eggshells with him.
He calls my son a lazy jumped up little c**t (not to his face but to me)
I don’t know what to do

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annonymousrrr · 09/08/2021 09:24

Done

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whitefish8 · 09/08/2021 11:18

Can anyone recommend a good cranial osteopath in south west London for an adult please (tinnitus issues). Thankyou in advance.

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