Early years services grant funding has been restructured to align funding for similar purposes and to streamline performance and reporting requirements.
On 1 July 2016 we introduced new guidelines, performance measures and reporting requirements.
The story so far
Understand the reasons behind the changes to EYS funding, why we are using a Results-Based Accountability (RBA) methodology, who we consulted and the benefits of this approach.
Under each category find tools to assist you with reporting: guidelines, Periodic Performance Reports (PPRs), case study template, data collection tools and survey guide.
Find out more about Results-Based Accountability (RBA), population and performance accountability and useful RBA links and books.
Access to the How-to guides related to applying for grant funding, managing your information and lodging a claim via QGrants.
List of early years service
List of services by category or region.
Access to the glossary, EYS funding newsletters and useful external sites.
Email us if you have more questions, feedback or suggestions about early years services grants funding.
The Results-Based Accountability concepts used by the department are derived from the book Trying Hard is Not Good Enough and Turning Curves - An Accountability Companion Reader by Mark Friedman.
This page was last reviewed on 14 Dec 2016