Children’s professionals develop local projects to aid Covid recovery

Derren Hayes
Tuesday, January 5, 2021

Grants totalling £300,000 have been awarded to 32 individuals across the UK developing innovative solutions to some of the worst effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on children and families.

“Closed childcare clusters” have been developed where families share home schooling. Picture: Wavebreakmediamicro/Adobe Stock
“Closed childcare clusters” have been developed where families share home schooling. Picture: Wavebreakmediamicro/Adobe Stock

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