New horizons

Susan Hay
Wednesday, August 23, 2006

As she moves on to the charitable sector, leading private nursery provider Susan Hay looks at 16 years of progress in UK childcare and at what urgently remains to be done As she moves on to the charitable sector, leading private nursery provider Susan Hay looks at 16 years of progress in UK childcare and at what urgently remains to be done At the very beginning of my career in childcare provision, I was asked by a visitor to one of my nurseries if I was putting my energy into the right families. Then, I believed I was, and my role involved pioneering high-quality provision for working parents. Now, 16 years later, I am moving on to focus on the needs of families who do not have the advantage of a supportive employer.

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