Impact Study on Early Education Use and Child Outcomes Up to Age Five Years


This report looks at links between children’s development in the first two years of school and the age they started early education and types of provision used.

Spending more hours with a childminder was associated with better EYFS scores for children from moderately disadvantaged families. Picture: Adobe Stock
Spending more hours with a childminder was associated with better EYFS scores for children from moderately disadvantaged families. Picture: Adobe Stock

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