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Rosedene Egglescliffe celebrated at Downing Street

Rosedene Egglescliffe attended an exciting event in Westminster, which brought together the most influential individuals across the early years sector.  

Jodie, manager at Rosedene Egglescliffe, together with managing director, Alice McCullagh, headed to London following her nomination to attend the Community Childcare Champions event. 

The event, which was led by David Johnston OBE MP, Minister for Children, Families and Wellbeing, was held at No. 10 Downing Street. It was all about celebrating the incredible work early years professionals have done, especially since the pandemic. Our teams at Rosedene were celebrated in this event, highlighting their significant contributions during challenging times and acknowledging their dedication and hard work in supporting children and families.

Rosedene Egglescliffe was nominated by Matt Vickers, MP for Stockton South, who recognised our dedication to supporting families across the region.  

Making a full day of it, Jodie and Alice began their day exploring London, before making their way across to Westminster, where they connected with other early years providers and took part in exciting and inspiring discussions about the future of early childhood education.  

Alice McCullagh, director at Rosedene Nurseries said: “It was an honour to be invited to number 10, chat with the Minister and meet other early years sector champions”.  

“We left feeling motivated and appreciated for all the hard work the team has delivered to children, families & communities across the region since the pandemic. We're ready for this new era of early years as it becomes more accessible to families!” 

David Johnston OBE MP, Minister for Children, Families and Wellbeing said: “It was great to be able to say thank you to some of our fantastic early years workforce, who do so much to help give every child the best start in life and support parents to work.  


“This Government is making the single biggest investment that's ever been made in childcare and we're delighted that the attendees yesterday have already helped us provide more than 200,000 people with the first 15 hours of funded childcare for their 2-year-olds.” 

This recognition inspires us to continually aim for excellence in delivering outstanding early years experiences. Our practitioners play a crucial role in the community, and we are proud to stand alongside other providers across the UK in fostering the growth and development of early years education. 

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