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Integration of ECEC a Scottish perspective
  • Marie-Amélie Viatte
  • senior research manager

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Childcare and pre-school at the national level
  • One Minister for Education whose portfolio covers
    both pre-school and childcare
  • Mixed funding UK and Scotland
  • Regulation/inspection joint Care Commission and
    HMIE

4
Childcare and pre-school at the local level
  • Different approaches to service planning and
    delivery
  • Integrated as part of Community Planning
  • Childcare inc. private nurseries, childminders,
    playgroups
  • Pre-school inc. public sector nursery
    school/nursery class, private nurseries, (some)
    playgroups

5
Early Years Framework (EYF)
  • 1 year old!
  • Developed in partnership
  • 1 of 3 social policy frameworks
  • Our children have the best start in life and are
    ready to succeed
  • Focused on pre-birth gt 8
  • ECEC and other universal services key to
    prevention and early intervention

6
ECEC in EYF
  • Flexible, accessible and affordable Strengthened
    ECEC to meet individual needs more effectively
  • Improved early years teaching skills
  • Increased qualifications of centre managers
  • Long term goal of fully integrated pre-school and
    childcare services

7
Implementation
  • Concordat and National Performance Framework
  • Local priorities determined locally
  • Getting it Right for Every Child GIRFEC
  • SHANARRI
  • inter-agency working
  • Integration to include health, social work,
    police, housing

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Moving forward
  • More integrated, flexible delivery of services
  • High quality ECEC for improved children outcomes
  • Wider role of ECEC in family learning
  • Simpler support for childcare cost
  • Improved demand and supply match
  • Realignment of financial resources

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  • Further details
  • www.scotland.gov.uk
  • Marie-Amelie.Viatte_at_scotland.gsi.gov.uk
  • Tel 44 131 244 02 27
  • Merci de votre attention!
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Title: Integration of ECEC: a Scottish perspective


1
Integration of ECEC a Scottish perspective
  • Marie-Amélie Viatte
  • senior research manager

2
(No Transcript)
3
Childcare and pre-school at the national level
  • One Minister for Education whose portfolio covers
    both pre-school and childcare
  • Mixed funding UK and Scotland
  • Regulation/inspection joint Care Commission and
    HMIE

4
Childcare and pre-school at the local level
  • Different approaches to service planning and
    delivery
  • Integrated as part of Community Planning
  • Childcare inc. private nurseries, childminders,
    playgroups
  • Pre-school inc. public sector nursery
    school/nursery class, private nurseries, (some)
    playgroups

5
Early Years Framework (EYF)
  • 1 year old!
  • Developed in partnership
  • 1 of 3 social policy frameworks
  • Our children have the best start in life and are
    ready to succeed
  • Focused on pre-birth gt 8
  • ECEC and other universal services key to
    prevention and early intervention

6
ECEC in EYF
  • Flexible, accessible and affordable Strengthened
    ECEC to meet individual needs more effectively
  • Improved early years teaching skills
  • Increased qualifications of centre managers
  • Long term goal of fully integrated pre-school and
    childcare services

7
Implementation
  • Concordat and National Performance Framework
  • Local priorities determined locally
  • Getting it Right for Every Child GIRFEC
  • SHANARRI
  • inter-agency working
  • Integration to include health, social work,
    police, housing

8
Moving forward
  • More integrated, flexible delivery of services
  • High quality ECEC for improved children outcomes
  • Wider role of ECEC in family learning
  • Simpler support for childcare cost
  • Improved demand and supply match
  • Realignment of financial resources

9
  • Further details
  • www.scotland.gov.uk
  • Marie-Amelie.Viatte_at_scotland.gsi.gov.uk
  • Tel 44 131 244 02 27
  • Merci de votre attention!
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