School lunchtime assistant wins funding to start a childminding business

Katy Morton
Monday, September 20, 2021

A school lunchtime supervisor is to open a childminding business thanks to a grant from one of the largest providers of affordable housing in England.

Beverley Thomas, who works at Bowlee Park Community Primary School as a lunchtime assistant, has been awarded a grant to start her own childminding business
Beverley Thomas, who works at Bowlee Park Community Primary School as a lunchtime assistant, has been awarded a grant to start her own childminding business

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