Voice your opinion in the ‘5 Big Questions’ Survey
You may have heard on BBC news this morning that the Duchess of Cambridge has launched a UK-wide survey to help improve early childhood.
Kensington Palace has said that the aim of this is to “spark a national conversation” and to help create “lasting change for generations to come.”
The survey has just 5 multiple choice questions which ask participants for their opinion on what influences development and what period of childhood is most important for children’s happiness.
It also includes a section to add your own comments at the end.
Champagne Nurseries Lemonade Funding Campaigners encourage you to complete the survey.
Jo Morris Golds the Spokesperson for the Champagne Nurseries Lemonade Funding campaign said:
“We have been campaigning for almost 4 years that underfunding is crippling the Early Years Sector. Time and time again research shows just how crucial Early Years Education is for future outcomes for children and young people, yet successive Governments have offered more and more early education for ‘free’, whilst freezing funding rates for years. They are relying heavily on the goodwill of providers to continue to deliver good quality early education but something has to give…
We are hugely in favour of any opportunity to raise the issue of underfunding so would urge as many people as possible to have their say on this survey.”
They want to hear from all adults living across the UK, whether you have children or not so we encourage you to share this survey far and wide with your staff and parents so that they can respond to it before 21st February.
Join the Champaign Nurseries Lemonade Funding campaign: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ChampagneNurseries/