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 .
Poster East Lothian PRINT
Wednesday 29 April Ross HIgh Rugby Club Book your Free ticket via the link below.
Here is your Eventbrite Booking Link:
Get back to nature and meet the experts including Bill Oddie
RSPB Families leaflet_LR
Last few spaces available
Nature Nurture Booking Form May 2015
This course is available to all Early Years Practitioners in East and Midlothian
Aimed at Nursery and Early Years Staff, Nature Play and Nurture is a short course in using the outdoors as an environment for nurture, play and exploration. Three days (9am–3pm) of hands on training by two experienced forest school / kindergarten leaders and a ½ days observation of a Nature Play and Nurture programme.
We are pleased to announce new dates for our 2 part Autism Workshop in Edinburgh :- Part 1 – Friday 24th April 2015 1:15pm – 4:15pm
Part 2 – Wednesday 6th May 2015 4pm – 6pm More details are on the attached flyer. If you would like to book you can do so at www.stepstoinclusion.com/events
Tuesday 24 March
If you’re a voluntary organisation or community group this is your opportuntiy to come along and take to funders on a one to one basis about your individual funding needs
Throughout March, Steps to Inclusion (a not for profit social enterprise) will be running a series of FREE parent workshops, parent drop ins and siblings sessions for families in East Lothian, Midlothian and South/East Edinburgh.
Family Project flyer