Ofsted: Children's learning and development regressed in lockdown

Catherine Gaunt
Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Some early years children were back in nappies and using dummies following their return to settings after lockdown, according to a survey by Ofsted of the impact of Covid-19 on nurseries and childminders

Almost all early years providers surveyed said that children's learning and development was affected by lockdown
Almost all early years providers surveyed said that children's learning and development was affected by lockdown

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