The SEED website
The Study of Early Education and Development (SEED) is a major new study following 8000 two-year-olds from across England through to the end of Key Stage 1. It will find out how childcare and early education can help to give children the best start in life and what is important for high quality childcare provision. The study is being carried out by NatCen Social Research, working with Frontier Economics, the University of Oxford and 4Children, on behalf of the Department for Education (DfE).
Soapbox built a simple, accessible site that allows SEED’s two main audiences – parents and professionals – to take part in the study and find out more about the findings, respectively.