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Staffed play provision missing from childcare plans

by Fiona on July 26, 2013

26 July 2013 I Children and Young People Now magazine

The government's childcare plans ignore the importance of staffed after-school play provision, experts have warned. 

Play England and London Play representatives have highlighted the “worrying” omission of play provision in the Department for Education’s most recent childcare reform plans. The DfE’s More Affordable Childcare report makes no reference to out-of-school care options provided by adventure playgrounds or play workers. It focuses on developing provision in schools and childcare settings.

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