The aim of this report is to make sure that the value of children’s access to high quality provision is not compromised, and that delivering excellence remains a key objective in the provision of early education and childcare.
This report focuses on the implications of the 30 hour offer on the quality of childcare – this is because research shows that childcare only makes a difference to children’s educational outcomes when it is of high quality. It is based on case studies with a range of providers across England, focus groups with parents who use childcare, and interviews with expert informants in the field of childcare and early education.
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Research by the Family and Childcare Trust
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