Non-maintained settings in Wales to benefit from post-Covid education recovery plan

Annette Rawstrone
Wednesday, June 2, 2021

Welsh education and early years settings are to benefit from an extra £19m in funding to ensure children continue their learning progress following disruption during the pandemic, the Welsh Government has announced

Schools and non-maintained settings will be funded with £13m to support learning and wellbeing.
Schools and non-maintained settings will be funded with £13m to support learning and wellbeing.

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