The support form the Start family workers use an approach developed by the NHS called ‘What matter to me’ to build engagement and partnership with the families that are referred to them by local services. approach https://www.whatmatterstoyou.scot/why-is-it-important-to-ask-what-matters/
Musselburgh 1001 days family worker report to Musselburgh Area partnership
Over the last year to 18 months Support from the Start has had the great opportunity to test out an approach to reducing the attainment gap that puts relationships with, and engagement of, parents front and centre to the approach. We have developed with the support of five of the six East Lothian Local Area partnership family worker posts that are managed in partnership with voluntary sector organisations. The poster below gives an overview of the work and further posts will focus on the individual monitoring reports for the posts.
Over the next few weeks we will be posting evidence posters on Support from the Starts impact in our community.
Click on the image above or the link below to view the poster on initiatives aimed at tackling lack of access to resources caused by poverty
All comments and feedback welcome
If you would like an impact poster on work you have done through or in partnership with SFTS please contact email@example.com
Support from the Start / First Thousand and One Days Family Worker (for Musselburgh)
Salary – £25,549
Location – based at Musselburgh Primary Care centre
Hours – 35 hours – Flexibility will be required
Do you want to make a difference to the lives of children and families?
We are seeking to appoint a Family Worker who will be dedicated to help children and families from conception until age 2 in the communities of Musselburgh to get the best start in life. Continue reading “Support from the Start / First Thousand and One Days Family Worker (for Musselburgh)”
The newsletter contains an update on the implementation of the Pre-Birth to Preschool Universal Pathway.
Read the newsletter here.
Attached here you will find an electronic version of the Bookbug Outreach evaluation summary and you can read the updated evaluation pages online. These not only contain the summary, infographics and full year four report but also some fantastic case studies on the different ways Bookbug can be utilised in the community.
Scottish Book Trust delivers other programmes alongside Bookbug. For more information on how they change lives through reading and writing, please see the annual report for 2015/16.
Have a look at our new pamphlet which will be parents/ carers in East Lothian information of classes in their local area. We are hoping to update this on a monthly and would welcome any more information about classes in your area that are open to the public.
Improve family relationships and manage children’s difficult behaviour.
The groups consist of weekly 2 hour sessions over 6/ 12 weeks during the school term. For more information see the poster below.
You can refer yourself by calling 01875824309 or any professional who is involved with you (school, G.P., social work, health visitor etc) can refer you to the group.
Attached here is a Referral Form for Parent Group.