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Why is education so important for young children?

Getting the right support from the very beginning is essential for young children’s development.

In the early years of a child’s life, they are constantly learning.

This period is critical for reaching developmental milestones, including speech, language and numeracy.

So, it comes as good news that England’s early years professionals will benefit from £180 million in investment.

The Government is set to provide £180 million in funding to focus on improving the quality of support for young children.

Recruitment and retention within the sector will be a key focus. More opportunities for graduates and those wishing to train as early years special educational needs coordinators (SENCOs) are set to be provided.

What other support do young people need?

Children need a well-rounded approach which includes nurturing their emotional skills and independence, as well as formal education.

At Almond Care Children’s Services, we recognise the importance of nurturing every young person to achieve their potential.

We work with education providers to ensure that we create a welcoming learning environment that children feel comfortable in.

We also focus on equipping our students with the skills that they need to fully integrate into society and achieve their full potential.

If the child is struggling to keep up with other children their age, this can be a sign that additional support is needed.

If you are concerned about the development of your child, seek advice from an expert.

Do you need support? Contact our team today.


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