Children who go to nursery ‘have better social skills and behaviour than those cared for at home by family or a childminder’

Working mothers can breathe a sigh of relief when dropping off their little ones in childcare.

Children who go to nursery are better behaved and have fewer emotional problems than those cared for by family or a childminder, a study has found.

Those who attended a crèche or day care centre for a year or more found it easier to make friends and had better social skills than youngsters who stayed at home.

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