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  1. Sheffield's 0-5 strategy The best start for Sheffield's Children and FamiliesBriefing event for Governors 11 February 2011

  2. 0-5s in Sheffield –a growing cohort

  3. Early Education and Care Early Health Child/Family Family Learning Multi Agency Support

  4. Early Education and Care

  5. Early Years Foundation Stage Profile Results

  6. Early years Foundation Stage Profile Results 2009-2010

  7. School Admissions from September 2011 onwards • All children may start school in the September after their 4th birthday –full time or part time

  8. School options: Full time or part time place in September 2011 OR Wait until compulsory school age –spring term, January 2012 Early Years Setting options: Part time place in September 2011 (15 hours) OR Stay at home School Admissions from September 2011 onwards Parents of children aged 4 between 1 September 2010 and 31 December 2010 may choose:

  9. School options: Full time or part time place in September 2011 OR Full time or part time place in January 2012 OR Wait until compulsory school age, summer term April 2012 Early years Setting options: Part time place in September 2011 (15 hours) OR Part time place in January 2012 (15 hours) OR Stay at home … Until compulsory school age, summer term April 2012 Parents of children aged 4 between 1 January and 31 March 2011:

  10. School options: Full time or part time place in September 2011 OR Full time or part time place in January 2012 OR Full or part time place in April 2012 OR Wait until compulsory school age- September 2012 (this will be direct entry into Year 1 and parents will have to re-apply for a school place) Early years Setting options: Part time place in September 2011 (15 hours) OR Part time place in January 2012 (15 hours) OR Part time place in April 2012 (15 hours) OR Stay at home … Until compulsory school age September,2012 Parents of children aged 4 between 1 April and 31 August 2011:

  11. Discussion (10 minutes) • How will you prepare for the revised admission arrangements in your School, to ensure improved outcomes for all children?

  12. Early Education and Care Early Health

  13. Health offer for 0-5 years Healthy Child programme delivered by health visitor teams • Antenatal contact • New birth visit at 14 days • Home visit at 6-8 weeks to assess maternal mental health • 8-12 month developmental review • 2.5 year developmental review

  14. Health-Core Offer • Breastfeeding peer support • City wide Breastfeeding friendly award • Speech and language services • Parental outreach • Infant mental health • Healthy Early Years award

  15. Family Nurse Partnership • Intensive support from early pregnancy to the child's second birthday • Evidence of effectiveness over 15 years in USA • Delivered by 5 family nurses and nurse supervisor • Reaching most vulnerable first time teenage mothers • 120 mothers on programme

  16. Discussion (10 minutes) • How do we ensure the child health programme is integrated into schools?

  17. Early Health Early Education and Care Multi Agency Support

  18. We provide seamless and safe support to children and young people, giving them help at an earlier stage, rather than entering crisis services at a late stage. Prevention & Early Intervention Services

  19. Midwives Health Visitors School Nurses Family Support Workers Parent Support Advisors / Child Development Workers Education Welfare Officers Senior/Learning Mentors Engagement with Learning Teachers Family Aid Primary Mental Health Workers Social Workers for Prevention & Early Intervention Interviewing Officers Business Support Multi Agency Support Teams (MASTs)We deliver this support through six multi agency support teams across the City. These teams comprise:

  20. Key Challenges • Providing support to children with additional needs; • Developing a pathway for families to access multi agency support; • Enabling fast access to responsive services; • Ensuring the voices of children and families contribute to the development of services; • Improving outcomes for children and their families; • Strengthening partnerships and links with communities; • Modernising the workforce to deliver integrated services; • Maintaining and increasing resources into preventative services.

  21. Discussion (10 minutes) • What parts can schools play within a multi-agency team?

  22. Early Education and Care Early Health Multi Agency Support Family Learning

  23. Discussion (10 minutes) • How do we ensure families access family learning?

  24. Early Education and Care Early Health Child/Family Multi Agency Support Family Learning

  25. Key points from 0-5 strategy • Bringing all sectors together • Common Vision and outcomes • What, How and Who? • What are the key drivers?

  26. From Strategy to Practice • Improving the offer to young children and families • Access to early Health/Multi agency support • Narrowing the Gap

  27. Questions and Answers to key points from discussion