Labour pledges 3,300 new nurseries in existing primary schools

Amrit Virdi
Monday, June 10, 2024

The Labour Party has pledged to create more than 100,000 new nursery places, many of them in deprived areas, by using empty spaces in primary schools.

The plans would convert primary school classrooms which are empty due to falling school rolls and birth rates. Picture: Adobe Stock/Oksana Kuzmina
The plans would convert primary school classrooms which are empty due to falling school rolls and birth rates. Picture: Adobe Stock/Oksana Kuzmina

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