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Summary of Community Planning Partnerships’ (CPPs) Early Years Change Fund Returns (2012-2015)

Description
ISBN9781786524355
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateSeptember 14, 2016

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ISSN 2045 6964
ISBN (web only publication) 978 1 78652 435 5
PPDAS 78797

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Contents

Executive Summary
Background
Summary of findings
Prioritising early years
Partnership and governance
Local priorities
Spend and outcomes
Prevention and disinvestment
Successes and lessons learned

Introduction
Background
Methodology
Limitations

How the Early Years Agenda is being led and championed
Development and delivery
Strategic issues
Specific appointments
Service delivery
Partnership working
Early Years Collaborative
Early Years Champions
Looking ahead
Key challenges
Resource issues
Technical issues
National priorities
Other challenges

Partnership working
Partners
Governance

Priorities
Outcomes identified
Measurement
Actions to achieve outcomes
Preventative spending
Support for parents / outreach support for parents / parenting skills
Play interventions
Early support for pregnancy and beyond
Attachment
Support for vulnerable families
Reducing inequalities
Identification
Early learning support / school readiness support
Nurture / transition support
Development
Language and literacy
Mental health support
Health
Workforce development and training
Disinvestment

Funding

Scottish Government funding
Family Support
How the funding was used
Looked after year-olds

Health/NHS funding
Child Healthy Weight Interventions
Childsmile
Healthy Start
Infant Nutrition and Maternity Services
Family Nurse Partnership
Health/NHS change fund related activity: additional funding

Local authority funding
General family support
Targeted support
Staffing, workforce development and training

Additional funding
Third sector
Police Scotland
Other sources

Successes and lessons learned

Conclusions

Annex 1: Health contribution to the Early Years Change Fund