Children's centres should deliver two-year-old offer, says childcare expert

Laura McCardle
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

A scheme providing free childcare for disadvantaged two-year-olds should be delivered by children's centres, the chief executive of the London Early Years Foundation (LEYF) has said.

London Early Years Foundation chief executive June O'Sullivan has called for children's centres to deliver the government's free childcare offer for disadvantaged two-year-olds. Image: LEYF
London Early Years Foundation chief executive June O'Sullivan has called for children's centres to deliver the government's free childcare offer for disadvantaged two-year-olds. Image: LEYF

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