Fair Future Funding

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Enough is enough.

Childcare funding rates were set and frozen in 2015 – this means they don’t take into account the subsequent increases to business hikes, minimum wage rises or any other cost increases since then. This has forced providers to put up parent fees and, in some cases, close.

The early years plays a vital role in our communities helping children reach their full potential and enabling parents to get back into work - but the sector is struggling to stay sustainable due to government underfunding.

This summer we have a chance to change that.

The government’s Comprehensive Spending Review – where the government sets out its spending priorities – is taking place in the coming months. It’s an opportunity for providers and parents to warn MPs about what will happen to childcare provision in their constituencies unless the government takes action on underfunding.

Join us in our action week from 10 June: write to your MP, invite them to your setting and make sure everyone knows the effects of the childcare funding crisis.





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