EYPP funding slashed by 40 per cent, report reveals

Hannah Crown
Friday, November 8, 2019

A pot of money aimed at helping disadvantaged children narrow the attainment gap has been cut by 40 per cent, it has emerged.

Pembury House Nursery School in Haringey chose to spend part of its EYPP funding on art projects to develop sustained shared thinking (2016)
Pembury House Nursery School in Haringey chose to spend part of its EYPP funding on art projects to develop sustained shared thinking (2016)

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