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Tell Parliament what you think about early education

Two influential committees in Parliament have come together to launch a joint inquiry into how the government is improving children’s life chances. The MPs, who sit on the Education and Work & Pensions Select Committees, will make recommendations on what the government needs to do differently. 

Save the Children is concerned that too often early years settings are not valued enough and that the focus is only on schools and parenting – and it wants to ensure the voices of providers of early education are heard in this inquiry.

If you would like to tell Parliament what you think about the impact of early education on a child’s life chances, please take a few minutes to fill out Save the Children’s online survey. The answers you submit will help to inform its response to the inquiry and help give early years providers a voice.