Bigger class sizes and longer days for children in pre-school worry parents. Photo: Fredrik Sandberg/Scanpix

Parents worried about bigger pre-school classes

One in three parents with children in pre-school is worried that the classes are getting too big according to a recent poll by the Swedish School Inspectorate. Meanwhile children are, on average, spending two hours longer at their local pre-schools than they did seven years ago. 

Despite the worry the poll showed that almost 90 per cent of the 124,000 parents who answered the poll were happy with the child care that the pre-schools provide today. 

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