The early years framework describes ten elements of transformational change and the team at Scottish Government who lead on the framework are looking for case studies to show how transformational changes is taking place around early years in Scotland. The case studies below add to case studies in the HMIE Report of 2009 Positive Start, Positive Outcomes.
Lots of inspirational work in East & Midlothian that would make good case studies – so why not put forward your work to the team at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0131 244 0274.
Examples of good practice from across Scotland can be found below (Support from the Start is one of the case studies)
- A Coherent Approach
- Helping Children, Families and Communities to Secure Outcomes for Themselves
- Breaking Cycles of Poverty, Inequality and Poor Outcomes in and through Early Years
- A Focus on Engagement and Empowerment of Children, Families and Communities
- Using the Strength of Universal Services to Deliver Prevention and Early Intervention
- Putting Quality at the Heart of Service Delivery
- Services That Meet the Needs of Children and Families
- Improving Outcomes and Children’s Quality of Life Through Play
- Simplifying and Streamlining Delivery
- More Effective Collaborations