Using school facilities during the summer holidays as a means of childcare "just makes sense" for a lot of parents, the head of a children's charity told Good Morning Britain.
Chief executive of 4Children Anne Longfield said it was something parents could rely on.
It's not school as we know it. It's not formal classroom school. It's about taking part of the school and transforming it into a great place to be.
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