Early Education Use And Child Outcomes Up To Age Five

This DfE SEED report looks at the impact of early education and care, the home environment and parenting on cognitive and socio-emotional development on around 6,000 children in England from age 2 through to the end of key stage 1 at age 7.
Early Education

Several decades of research indicated that early childhood education and care (ECEC) can have a positive effect on children’s educational, cognitive, behavioural and social outcomes, in both the short and long term, particularly if it is of good quality. Research also indicated that the benefits of high quality early education exist from as young as two years of age.

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