Childcare settings ‘must be classed as vulnerable’ under new energy plan, say providers

Fiona Simpson
Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Childcare providers must be classed as “vulnerable businesses” in order to receive enough government funding to keep settings open amid the cost-of-living crisis, sector leaders have said.

Settings must also be able to afford energy to provide food for young children, leaders have said. Picture: Adobe Stock
Settings must also be able to afford energy to provide food for young children, leaders have said. Picture: Adobe Stock

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