EasyPeasy, a digital programme that sends game ideas and tips on child development to parents, has been found to improve important skills in the early years
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An app that sends game ideas and tips on child development to mums and dads has been found to improve children’s concentration and their willingness to complete difficult tasks, according to the results of a randomised controlled trial carried out by the University of Oxford’s Department of Education and published by the Sutton Trust today.
Jen Lexmond reflects on the success of the EasyPeasy app in improving parental engagement.
Nicola Doherty, head of research at EasyPeasy, explains how the edtech startup is working to boost social mobility.
The i's Padraic Flanagan cites findings from our EasyPeasy trial evaluation.
Laura Barbour reflects on lessons learned from five early years interventions supported by the Parental Engagement Fund.
An innovative new app which aims to raise the attainment of disadvantaged 2 – 5 year olds by offering parents a bank of games to play with their child will be developed as part of a new £1m parental engagement fund from the Sutton Trust and Esmée Fairbairn Foundation, it was announced today.
Guarantee disadvantaged children access to high quality early years’ education The Trust has welcomed the development of early years learning for the most disadvantaged two year olds. However, we are concerned that an increased focus on childcare could see poorer toddlers losing out. More needs [Read more]