The Early Education Pilot For Two Year Old Children: Age Five Follow-Up

The original evaluation of the Early Education Pilot for Two Year Old Children compared the outcomes for children in the pilot when they were aged three with a comparison group of children who were matched on a range of characteristics. It found that for those children who received early years education in better quality settings, the children had a larger vocabulary and more positive relationships with their parents. This report examines children’s outcomes when they are aged five to explore if there are any longer-term benefits for the children who took part in the pilot. Leadership Briefing issue 7.09 (81)

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