The week before last I officially opened the new nursery at Tremains School, Brackla.
The nursery will enable the school to offer free nursery places to children at the school where no provision had previously existed. It will also increase the number of nursery places available to families in the Brackla area.
I was delighted to open the new Nursery. Parents and young children in the area need access to good quality education and this development will be of great benefit to the local community.
A huge amount of work has been done to make this possible and it shows the dedication and commitment of everyone involved that the original decision has been made a reality.
I very much enjoyed the ceremony – the children were lively and attentive. Early years education is vital for the development of our children and the investment made at this age range more than pays off in later years.
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