ⓘ National Children's Centre


ⓘ National Childrens Centre

The National Children’s Centre renamed the Yorkshire Childrens Centre in 2013 to better reflect its scope, is a child-care centre which was founded in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, England in 1975 by the National Educational Research and Development Trust. Brian Jackson, co-author with Dennis Marsden of Education and the Working Classes, founded the trust. NCC remains the centres legal name.

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