But the Pre-School Learning Alliance denounced the Government proposals as a "recipe for disaster", claiming the vast majority of childcare providers were against relaxing the adult-to-child ratios.
What does PSLA stand for?
PSLA stands for Pre-School Learning Alliance (UK)
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- Private Securities Litigation Act of 1995
- Project Service Level Agreement
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- Pembinaan Sekolah Luar Biasa (Indonesian school development directorate)
- Pennsylvania State Liquor Board
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Samples in periodicals archive:
But the Pre-School Learning Alliance sais the proposals were a "recipe for disaster".
Pre-School Learning Alliance Chief executive Neil Leitch said: "Altering ratios is a recipe for disaster.
Steve Alexander, Pre-School Learning Alliance, with Colin Gilfillan, of The Gilfillan Partnership Ltd, Alan Badger, J& AB Associates, and Graham Grover, of Bucks Economic and Learning Partnership.
Neil Leitch, campaign director of the Feeding Young Imaginations at the Pre-School Learning Alliance, said that years of campaigning for "healthy" foods had ignored the needs of the under-fives.
The poll, conducted by children's charity NCH and the Pre-school Learning Alliance, aimed to find out what made young children smile the most.