Early years sector condemns Telegraph article and unites behind Liz Pemberton's 'vital work'

Catherine Gaunt
Tuesday, May 10, 2022

The sector has rallied behind early years expert and trainer Liz Pemberton, after The Telegraph published what many consider to be a highly personal attack about her company The Black Nursery Manager, under the headline ‘Councils hire “Maoist” consultants to “decolonise minds” of nursery school children.’

Liz Pemberton: 'I want to educate people on how to embed anti-racist and inclusive practices in their work, and why it’s vital to do so in the early years sector when children are at such an impressionable age.’
Liz Pemberton: 'I want to educate people on how to embed anti-racist and inclusive practices in their work, and why it’s vital to do so in the early years sector when children are at such an impressionable age.’

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