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Feedback from the May seminars included....
Sharing of the pilot studies I found particularly useful, as we learnt the challenges they faced and the successes they had
Examples of what was tried and didn’t work was actually very helpful aswell as ideas of good practice
Valuable and excellent questions from audience which were very helpful. Good opportunity for networking.
The seminar was beyond my expectations
'The Integrated Review at Age Two', due to come in by September 2015, is designed to bring together the Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) Progress Check at age two with the Healthy Child Programme (HCP) 2 – 2 ½ year health and development review, into an integrated process.
We all know that a child’s early years are essential in laying the foundations for health and well-being throughout their lives, which highlights why the HCP and the EYFS progress checks are so important.
The new Integrated Review hopes to draw on the complimentary skills of early education and health practitioners to build a more complete picture of a child’s progress at this crucial stage in development. This approach should alleviate confusion and conflicting advice which some parents receive within the current system, and aims to identify any developmental needs in order to provide appropriate support or interventions in a timely manner.
With September fast approaching, these important seminars ask the question ‘How can we prepare for the Integrated Review?’
These seminars will explore;