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SEED: Government-funded study highlights value of early years education for all Posted On

All children benefit from early education and care from the age of two, with those from poorer backgrounds likely to benefit, even more, a major new report out today shows. 

Childminder settings were found to improve children’s language development between the ages of two and three, while children who spent time in nurseries were found to have improved social and emotional development and get on better with their peers.

The findings published by the Department for Education today come from the longitudinal Study of Early Education and Development (SEED), which has been tracking 6,000 children from the age of two.