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Title: Family Learning, Parenting, the Early Years


1
Family Learning, Parenting, the Early Years and
Community Learning Development Perth Kinross
Tricia Illsley Learning Development Manager
2
Policy Context
  • Public Sector Reform
  • Christie Commission
  • Community Empowerment Bill
  • Early Years Framework
  • Achieving Our Potential A framework to tackle
    poverty and income inequality in Scotland

3
Delivering Local and National Outcomes
  • Nurture, Parenting and Child Protection
  • Health and Well Being
  • Quality of Life and Life Chances in Communities
  • Attainment and Achievement
  • Skills and Employment
  • Access to Services Responsive to Local Needs

4
Strategic Underpinnings
  • Perth Kinross Early Years Strategy
  • Perth Kinross Parenting Strategy
  • Curriculum for Excellence
  • GIRFEC
  • CLD Strategic Guidance for Community Planning
    Partnerships

5
Local Context
  • Integrated working
  • Localities/Accessibility
  • Impact of recession
  • Rural issues/Urban Deprivation

6
The Early Years in Perth Kinross
  • Transformational Change - Refocus of Services
  • Services targeted towards 0-8
  • HUB Nurseries - each locality
  • Focus on Parenting
  • Parenting Services within Adult Family Learning
    Team
  • CLD, Health and Education Joint working

7
Parenting Strategy
  • Focus on
  • Young parents
  • Fathers
  • Looked After Children
  • Parents of Teenagers
  • Future Parents
  • Parents in Prison

8
Contribution of Communities Service
  • Staff Resources
  • Adult Family Learning Team
  • Community Capacity Building
  • Youth Services
  • Community Link Workers
  • Bases
  • Community Learning Bases
  • Community Campuses
  • Schools

9
Perth Kinross Examples
  • SPACE Groups (0-3)
  • Infant Massage (0-1)
  • Handling Childrens Behaviour (3-10)
  • Handling Teenage Behaviour (11-16)
  • Family Holiday Programmes
  • Family Clubs
  • Family Cooking
  • Family ESOL
  • Men and Children Matter
  • Parent Drop Ins
  • Young Parent Groups

10
Integrated Working
  • SPACE - Parenting, Adult Family Learning,
    Health
  • Family Holiday Programmes - CCB, Youth Services,
    Adult Family Learning, Early Years, Community
    Link and Active Schools
  • Family Clubs - CCB, Adult Family Learning,
  • Early Years, Sports Development

11
Example of Progression
Start
Skills
Outcomes
Informal
Accredited
Referrals Open to All
  • Engagement in
  • Parent
  • Drop Ins
  • Family Clubs
  • Rhyme time
  • Further
  • Education
  • Volunteering
  • Capacity
  • Building
  • Employment
  • Groups for
  • Parenting
  • ESOL
  • Literacies
  • IT
  • Personal
  • Development
  • Cooking
  • Photography
  • Groups for
  • (ASDAN)
  • SQA
  • Numeracy
  • John Muir
  • Trust Award

12
CLD/Arts/Historic Scotland Pilot
Huntingtower Castle Participants - Gypsy
Travellers, Parent Drop Ins, Fathers,
Nurture Groups Staff - Artists, CCB, Adult
Family Learning, Historic Scotland Methods
- Ragging, Mosaicing, Photography, Plaster
Casting Timing - Day, Evening, Weekend, Holidays
13
Impact
  • Over 100 children, young people, parents,
    grandparents participated.
  • Participation of 40 Gypsy Travellers.
  • Local families accessed historic site for the
    first time.
  • Family learning increased and relationships
    strengthened.
  • Nurture Groups parents and children learning
    together.
  • Groups turned up again and again.
  • Young Gypsy Travellers reported feelings of
    achievement for the first time.
  • Peer learning - parents shared new skills in the
    community.

14
Family Club
  • North Inch Community Campus
  • Need Identified from North Perth Community Survey
  • Participants - Children, parents,
    grandparents, carers
  • Staff - CCB, Adult and Family Learning,
    Community Link,
  • Sports Development,
  • Early Years Teachers
  • Methods - Cooking, art, physical activity
  • Timing - Early Evening

15
Impact
  • Over 45 new parents, children, carers and
    grandparents participated
  • Progression to literacies, adult learning,
    volunteering employment
  • Positive engagement of some parents with the
    school
  • Reported increase in home learning activities
  • Reported increase in communication and
    relationships within families and within
    community less isolation
  • Improvement in attainment achievement
  • Joint working improved staff communication and
    skills

16
Bigger Outcomes
  • Prevention and Early Intervention
  • Better Outcomes for Children and Families
  • Improved Skills for Adults and Young
    People/Employability
  • Community Cohesion (ESOL)
  • Stronger More Resilient Communities

17
Workshop For Discussion
1. What contribution should CLD make to the Early
Intervention, Early Years and Parenting
agendas?  2. How can the impact of this
contribution be highlighted?  3. How will the CLD
Strategic Guidance for Community Planning
Partnership implementation strengthen links to
Early Years and Parenting?  4 What is your
contribution related to Early Years and Parenting
Agendas?  5 What are the links with Curriculum
for Excellence?  
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