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Are 3 and 4 year olds going to be entitled to 25hours?

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by JHFerguson, May 18, 2011.

  1. HI
    I'm not sure where I heard this but does anyone know if it is true and where I can find out more details as to whether from September 2012 Nursery children will be entitled to 25 free hours?
    I already offer 15 free another 10 and half extended hours but am getting a bit concerned as I have a mixed Nursery and Reception class (share the same room) and feel we may need to start preparing ourselves if it is changing.
    Would really appreciate some adivce on this matter.
    Regards
    Jen
     
  2. HI
    I'm not sure where I heard this but does anyone know if it is true and where I can find out more details as to whether from September 2012 Nursery children will be entitled to 25 free hours?
    I already offer 15 free another 10 and half extended hours but am getting a bit concerned as I have a mixed Nursery and Reception class (share the same room) and feel we may need to start preparing ourselves if it is changing.
    Would really appreciate some adivce on this matter.
    Regards
    Jen
     
  3. Oh my goodness - I do hope not [​IMG]
     

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