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Nurseries not preparing children for school

Nurseries not preparing children for school

Too many nurseries are failing to ensure children are ready to learn when they get to primary school, Ofsted's chief inspector says. Sir Michael Wilshaw says England's poorest children are especially badly served, as only a third reach a good level of development in pre-schools. A greater emphasis on structured learning is the answer, he says. And he calls for schools to take the lead by providing high-quality early-years education in on-site nurseries.
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