Nurseries and childminders that rely on parent fees risk closure after lockdown - study

Catherine Gaunt
Friday, September 4, 2020

Childcare providers that rely on parents’ fees, rather than free entitlement funding, are particularly vulnerable to closure, which could lead to a childcare shortage, the Institute for Fiscal Studies warns in new research.

Lockdown has put a quarter of private nurseries at risk of significant deficit, says the research
Lockdown has put a quarter of private nurseries at risk of significant deficit, says the research

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