Spending Review: Early years sector to receive a rise of £44m in 2021-22

Catherine Gaunt
Wednesday, November 25, 2020

The rise in funding for early years providers from April will be a third less than the increase in last year’s Spending Review, despite the impact of coronavirus, which is pushing many nurseries and childminders 'to the brink'.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak visited Rosedene Nurseries in Northallerton in September to thank them for caring for the children of local hospital staff during lockdown
Chancellor Rishi Sunak visited Rosedene Nurseries in Northallerton in September to thank them for caring for the children of local hospital staff during lockdown

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