Table 6.2 below shows that around three quarters of children at eligible pre-schools had access to a GTCS registered teacher during census week (72.8 per cent, down from 75.4 per cent the previous year). This includes children whose access was to a teacher providing only ad hoc or occasional support. Some local authorities only ensure access to teachers for ante- and pre-school children (3 and 4 year olds). The number of children with access to a teacher as a proportion of just ante- and pre-school children (rather than all children) is 83.5 per cent.
Table 6.2(1): Percentage of children with access to a GTCS registered teacher by local authority, September 2013
|As a percentage of all children at pre-school centres||Total access as a percentage of ante- and pre-school children|
|Centres under a regular arrangement(2)||Centres with only ad hoc support from external teachers||Total|
|Argyll & Bute||64.5||35.5||100.0||104.7|
|Dumfries & Galloway||69.2||5.3||74.5||77.7|
|Perth & Kinross||77.0||16.8||93.8||101.9|
(2) Further breakdowns provided in previous years are available in the additional tables.
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