Holiday club and out-of-school providers in talks with DfE over reopening plans


Some of the largest wraparound childcare providers in the country have joined forces to share their concerns around the survival of out-of-school childcare with the Department for Education, and their ideas for how the sector may be able to be able to reopen safely in time for the school summer holidays, Nursery World has learnt.

Dan McCaffrey, director of Pioneer Childcare and Class Of Their Own: 'The sector is heading for collapse'
Dan McCaffrey, director of Pioneer Childcare and Class Of Their Own: 'The sector is heading for collapse'

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