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News: Poor early education ‘can set children back for decades’

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School types: All · School phases: Nursery, Primary
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Save the Children is calling for all nurseries to employ a qualified early years teacher by 2020. The charity's new report focuses on the importance of the early years for children's brain development, and says that ensuring toddlers' brains are stimulated can help ensure they do well at school.

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