Pre-school Education:Written question - 106142

Q
Asked by Tulip Siddiq
(Hampstead and Kilburn)
Asked on: 06 October 2017
Department for Education
Pre-school Education
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Education, which early years settings she has visited in 2016-17.
A
Answered by: Mr Robert Goodwill
Answered on: 14 October 2017

In 2016 and 2017, the current and previous Secretaries of State for Education and Ministers responsible for early years education and childcare visited the following early years settings, including schools with early years provision.

Since taking up her role in July 2016, my Rt hon. Friend, Justine Greening, the Secretary of State for Education visited:

  • North City Children’s Centre, Norwich;
  • Oasis Academy Limeside, Oldham;
  • Francis Catholic Primary School, Birmingham;
  • Seahorse Nursery, Southfields (while on constituency business);
  • St. Michael’s Primary School, Putney (while on constituency business);
  • Granard Primary School, Putney (while on constituency business);
  • Southmead Primary School, Putney (while on constituency business); and
  • Riversdale Primary School, Wandsworth (while constituency business).

Since taking up the role of Minister of State for Children and Families in June 2017, I have visited:

  • Orchard Trees Day Nursery, Thorganby;
  • Alice Model Nursery School, Tower Hamlets; and
  • Matchbox Day Nursery, Tower Hamlets.

Between January 2016 and June 2017, my hon. Friend, the Member for Gosport, Caroline Dinenage, in her role as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Women, Equalities and Early Years visited:

  • Co-Operative Childcare Great Western Hospital, Swindon;
  • Playsteps Nursery, Swindon;
  • Sheringham Nursery School, Newham;
  • Liz Atkinson Children’s Centre, Brixton;
  • Co-Operative Childcare Rose Hill, Oxford;
  • The Old Station Nursery, Oxford;
  • St Paul’s Pre-School, Winchester;
  • Abbotswood Nursery, Romsey;
  • The Flying Bull Academy, Portsmouth;
  • Carousel Nursery, Portsmouth; and
  • Hadfield Nursery School, High Peak.

Between January 2016 and July 2016, my Rt hon. Friend, the Member for Loughborough, Nicky Morgan, in her role as Secretary of State for Education visited:

  • St Rose’s Special School, Stroud.

Between January 2016 and July 2016, my hon. Friend, the Member for East Surrey, Sam Gyimah,in his role as Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Childcare and Education visited:

  • Millfield Primary School, Ely;
  • Queensmill School, Hammersmith;
  • Haxby Road Primary Academy, York;
  • The Sandon School, Chelmsford;
  • Burgess Park Nursery, Camberwell;
  • Avenue Nursery, Hornsey;
  • Sydenham School, Sydenham; and
  • St. Eanswythe’s Primary School, Folkestone.

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