Scottish Study of Early Learning and Childcare: Phase 1 Report - Updated 2021

Phase 1 of the Scottish Study of Early Learning and Childcare (SSELC) aimed to gather a robust baseline of child and parent outcomes for a cohort of eligible two-year-olds who were receiving 600 hours of funded early learning and childcare provision.

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Appendix A – SSELC Partnership

The Scottish Study of Early Learning and Childcare (SSELC), although led by the Scottish Government, is a collaborative research project that has drawn on the invaluable expertise of a number of individuals and organisations throughout Scotland and beyond, including:

Local Authority Early Years Leads

Care Inspectorate

Early Years Scotland

Education Scotland

National Day Nursery Association

NHS Health Scotland

Scottish Childminding Association

Professor Aline-Wendy Dunlop, University of Strathclyde

Professor Alison Koslowski, University of Edinburgh

Professor James Law, University of Newcastle

Professor James Lewsey, University of Glasgow

Dr Louise Marryat, University of Edinburgh

Dr Christine Stephen, University of Stirling



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