New Courses of Raising Children with Confidence RCWC Hadd poster Spring ’18 – and Raising Teens with Confidence (suitable for parents of “Tweens” too) are popping up over East Lothian for the Spring Term.
We are offering the opportunity to attend Raising Children with Confidence course after Easter. Starting Tuesday 17th…
Posted by Home-Start East Lothian on Thursday, March 29, 2018
To find out more: please contact
Raising Children With Confidence – email email@example.com
Raising Teens With Confidence – email firstname.lastname@example.org
Healthy Start Vitamins
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Steps to inclusion newsletter May
Jemma and Sandra would like to introduce themselves and the new East Lothian Kinship Care Support Service which is now taking referrals.
We are family support workers who provide a flexible range of services to support Kinship Care Families; this could involve individual support for children or carers or help kinship carers access services.
Our aim is to provide support to kinship carers so they feel better able to cope with any challenges or changes, to feel less isolated and be confident in their role of looking after children or young people.
We will also hope to start up groups in areas of East Lothian that doesn’t already have a Kinship care group.
Contact: tel. 01875 824 000 or via email email@example.com
East Lothian Kinship Care
Homestart are having their AGM 15 June 10-112.30. Lunch included
Bookbug Week 2015 is to take place on 18-24 May, based on the theme of Bookbug Big Bedtime Story. The Bookbug scheme provides free books to every baby and young child in Scotland. A range of free special events will be taking place across Scotland to mark the week.
The May edition of the Information Digest is available now; Info Digest May2015
A project led by Louise Juhl outreach teacher to promote early reading and love of books in pre-school setting. The project uses Early Years Collaborative ‘improvement methodology’ to guide its development and measure its impact.
Hooked on books
Support from the Start report 2014 – 2015
Support from the Start Mission Statement
Our aim is to work within the East Lothian community planning framework to provide a joined up, and local, response to inequalities in the early years of life, pre birth – eight.
Support from the Start (SFTS) uses the National Early Years Collaborative approach, to bring services, parents/carers and communities together to improve outcomes for children in their early years . We work on agreed outcomes and key change areas. SFTS ‘s particular contribution is to bring a local and community perspective to early years service delivery and improvements .