A message from NAHT general secretary Paul Whiteman to members
Earlier this evening we hosted an online town hall meeting regarding the situation that maintained nursery schools have found them in amidst the covid-19 crisis. We appreciate that many of you may not have been able to join us for the live event, but don’t worry, the whole discussion was recorded, and you can catch up with it here.
For those of you who did join us for the live broadcast, thank you for your participation and I hope you found it valuable.
I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank Beatrice Merrick, Chief Executive of Early Education, for joining us and sharing her own insights and perspective with us.
At NAHT, we will, of course, continue to make the case for maintained nursery schools as we all try and find a way through this situation, and will strive to ensure your voices are heard at every level.
It goes without saying that the more of us there are, the stronger our voice becomes. To that end, I would like to appeal to you to consider inviting other eligible colleagues to join us. We normally run an incentive offer as a way of thanking you for referring someone to us and as a token of appreciation to the individual who is joining. You’ll see the details of our latest offer in the banner below.
Following on from the Crowdcast briefing and maintained nursery schools survey, NAHT national secretary Rob Kelsall wrote to minister for children and families Vicky Ford MP to raise your concerns. You can read the letter here.
First published 14 May 2020