Working in partnership

A true partnership approach must be taken to enable a child to achieve its full potential. There are many sectors involved in delivering and supporting early years work including health, community and voluntary, local Government and national Government. The early years workforce is thus necessarily broad and encompasses a wide range of professions who must work together to deliver the agenda successfully. Improving planning and delivery for children’s services and the Getting It Right For Every Child agenda also play a key role in developing a common approach.

Learning from Improving Social Work in Scotland

A report on the Social Work Inspection Agency's Performance Inspection Programme 2005-09 identified that leadership is of critical importance in implementing effective change and that the quality of leadership impacts on outcomes for service users. This outlines the importance of early years services, ensuring strong and clear leadership to embed change and improve outcomes for children and families.

Articles in this topic

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    Financial inclusion referral pathway toolkit

    A toolkit providing support for developing or improving partnerships between early years services & financial inclusion organisations. It explains the core principles that should underpin these partnerships & uses case studies to illustrate referral pathways and examples of best practice.

    • When was this last updated? 9/8/2016
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    Getting It Right For Every Child (GIRFEC) Information & Communications Toolkit

    Getting It Right For Every Child (GIRFEC) Information & Communications Toolkit

    • When was this last updated? 3/30/2016
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    Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration

    The Scottish Children's Reporter Administration (SCRA) is a national body focused on children most at risk. SCRA was formed under the Local Government (Scotland) Act 1994 and became fully operational on 1st April 1996.

    • When was this last updated? 6/20/2011

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