Early Education provides the Secretariat to the APPG on nursery schools, nursery and reception classes.
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4.00-5.00pm on Monday 7 March 2022
- Will Quince, Minister for Children and Families
- Ivana de la Valle on The impact of the pandemic on disadvantaged children – early findings from the research project: Covid and Childcare: Local impacts across England
- Laura Barbour of the Sutton Trust on A Fair Start? The case for an extension of the 30 hours entitlement to disadvantaged families
- Case studies from headteachers
The meeting will be held online via Teams
Latest news and campaign updates
Hundreds of school staff march on Downing Street to save nursery schools
Today (Tues 19 Oct), 150 representatives from maintained nursery schools in England will gather in London’s Parliament Square, alongside parents, …
Early Education and unions call for long-term MNS funding
Organisations representing Maintained Nursery Schools have joined together to warn the government that it must provide a long-term funding solution …
Updated briefing for MPs
Letter from the APPG Officers to the Chancellor
Briefing on the impact of COVID-19 on the early years sector – safety concerns and funding
Hidden Value: A report exploring the role and future of maintained nursery schools in London, London Councils, September 2018
State of the nation 2016: social mobility in Great Britain – report of the Social Mobility Commission, including commentary on the value of maintained nursery schools in supporting social mobility
Government plans will reallocate nursery funding from poorer to richer children – and no one seems to notice – blog by Kitty Stewart and Ludovica Gambaro
Maintained Nursery Schools: the State of Play was launched in March 2015 at a parliamentary reception hosted by Graham Stuart MP and supported by MPs of all parties.