The government's consultation paper (Early Years Funding: changes to funding for 3 & 4 year olds 11/8/16) outlined proposals that will leave Nursery schools financially nonviable, forcing them to close. This funding will not cover basic costs, let alone staffing with qualified teachers.
State nursery schools have very good outcomes with regard to closing the achievement gap and supporting children with special needs. State nursery schools are legally required to employ highly-qualified teaching staff, who are proven to give young children the best opportunities for academic achievement and enabling social mobility. The petitioners request the House of Commons to urge the government to recognise the school status of State nursery schools & fund them accordingly.
A petition to Government has been set up to try to demonstrate how important this issue is to us. Taywood Nursery School has been providing high quality education and care to children of our local community since 1932. The need for our service is becoming even greater in the current climate and we cannot let future generations of our children miss out on the opportunities that you and your families have had.
Please show your support for us and sign the petition by clicking on the link below.Sign this petition