Red Bus was asked to be part of The Parliamentary Review for Early Years. Featuring exclusive commentary from a range of esteemed politicians and journalists, The Parliamentary Review aims to share the insight of businesses, educators and policymakers alike. Founded with The Rt Hon David Curry as chief editor, and chaired by Lord Pickles and Lord Blunkett, the Review provides a unique take on the UK economy by working with a range of organisations across a vast array of industry sectors.

In 2011, Liz Hogarth took things into her own hands and set about creating a fantastic nursery not just for the children but also staff. She tells The Parliamentary Review more about Red Bus Nursery & Pre-School, and how she’s trying to change the perception of childcare in her area.

We discuss early years mental health worries, nursery costs and vocational qualifications in this inaugural Early Years Education edition, where experienced provides weigh in alongside Prime Minster Theresa May and Leader of the House of Commons, Andrea Leadsom.

The Parliamentary’s Review long-time chief editor, former member of parliament David Curry, has expressed his excitement before the launch of the latest Review. “Given the range of articles we have from organisations of all shapes and sizes, from up and down our country, this year’s Review will undoubtedly be the most comprehensive and informative yet.”

Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that “British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review.”

Managing Director and Owner of Red Bus, Liz Hogarth said “We are delighted to have been invited to take part in this year’s Parliamentary Review and we hope our story will help others in the industry to keep aiming high on quality”.

Red Bus Nursery & Pre-School’s article can be viewed here: