Research and analysis

Early years provision quality

Findings from a study of early years provision quality within the larger study of early education and development (SEED) project.

Documents

Study of quality of early years provision in England

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Study of quality of early years provision in England: brief

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Study of quality of early years provision in England: technical report

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Details

This research is part of the study of early education and development (SEED) which investigates the effects of early childhood education and care.

The main aims of this report were to explore:

  • the differences in childhood education and care quality in different group settings
  • the relationship between the characteristics of a provider and the quality of care and education it offers
Published 7 December 2017