‘Disjointed’ early support leads to problems in schools

Tes reports …

Support for children during the first years of their lives is “disjointed”, meaning many from disadvantaged backgrounds are behind by the time they start school, a report has found.

Anne Longfield, the children’s commissioner for England, has published a report looking at the provision of early years services for one to five-year-olds across the country.

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