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Synonyms for playschool

a small informal nursery group meeting for half-day sessions


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And their anxieties are echoed by educationists and activists who feel that the largely unorganised sector of playschools must be subjected to rules similar to those operational in regular schools.
Rainbow Rascals specialises in the design, development and production of a range of soft play equipment for use in playschools and school nursery and reception classes.
THE Government has done a great disservice to future generations by passing the recent law that has refused a grant to playschools for pre-school education.
THE Centre on Friday cleared a proposal for regulating and monitoring playschools and creches.
The MPLC wrote to 2,500 playschools last month and the letter was sent with the approval of the IPPA which represents the schools and their 50,000 children.
The hall is used most days by community groups, including Burton Out-of-School Group, playschools, karate clubs, an over 60s Wednesday Club, line dancing groups, mother and toddler clubs, Brownies, the parish council and yoga classes.
Playgroup organiser Lorraine Weaver-Ennis said the event was organised to promote the importance of playschools.
Playschools have been mushrooming in the city with no law in place to regulate them.
Furious parents were unable to collect children from playschools.
Charity Barnardos slammed the Government's shoddy record on playschools, which leaves children drastically under prepared for school.