William Hogarth School gets cash boost

School to add a new morning care scheme to the aftercare scheme due to open in April 2003

The William Hogarth Primary School in Chiswick is one of the four primary schools in the Borough to benefit from a £40,000 cash injection from the New Opportunities Fund. The fund will enable these schools to create 30 places in new childcare schemes and so provide more morning and after-school care.
The William Hogarth School will add a new morning care scheme to the aftercare scheme due to open in April 2003, they were overjoyed with the extra funding and said it would make a big difference to them.

The other schools which benefit from this money are Berkeley Primary School in Heston which will receive a three year grant to provide morning and aftercare, Hounslow Town Primary School which will set up a new morning care scheme for a year to run alongside the successful aftercare and holiday schemes and Lionel Primary School which will receive a year’s funding for a new aftercare scheme. Each scheme will be set up and supported by the Primary Community Team
Councillor Colin Ellar, Executive Member for Lifelong Learning, said, “These new schemes will bring more childcare options for parents and give them greater opportunities to work without worrying about the childcare arrangements for their children. We are committed to continuing to develop more schemes so that more parents have this opportunity.”

March 7, 2003

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