79% of Autumnborn children achieved GLD 72% of Spring-born children achieved GLD 61% of Summerborn children achieved
GLD 3 Translating this into outcomes for children Children achieving the Good Level of Development (GLD) Approximately 6500 per year group Approximately 70% of this number achieved GLD 4,500 children ready for Y1 Children not achieving the GLD Approximately 2000 children progressing into
Y1 without the necessary skills and levels of development required Some of these children will be on the cusp However around 1000 children identified as being in the bottom 20% 4 Key Challenges Improving early identification Accessing appropriate support
Identifying and implementing key interventions and strategies Communication skills Behaviour Physical development 5 Working in partnership to improve outcomes Schools and providers working together Identifying need by
locality and community Transition Early Years Centres of Excellence Professional development delivered within localities Bringing health and education together 6 Key Strategies
The support and progression pathway Common transition document Locality partnership working 7 Joining up the dots .. Private and Voluntary Sectors Sessional provision Full day care Childminders EQITs Quality improvement strategy
Schools Childcare (breakfast and out of school clubs) Sessional nursery provision Full day nursery provision Reception year Quality improvement strategy 8 Two teams Early Years Quality Improvement Team C&F
EYFS Quality, Access and Moderation Team LAS 3 Team Managers Senior Adviser/Moderation Manager Quality improvement officers Early Years Community Practitioners
2 consultant/ moderation officers Team of school based moderators 9 Become One One strategic lead Two teams now one working together a wealth of experience, skills and expertise All our children, one city, 7 localities, many communities
Working together to provide the best Sharp and accurate assessments Improving 2 year integrated assessments Early identification Good transition, within settings, between settings and into school Education, Health and social Care coming together to support successful outcomes for all children and families 10
Best Start Early Years Quality Improvement Team City overview Group care 100 90 86 80 70 60 Sum of outstanding Sum of Good Sum of Requires improvement
Sum of IJ Sum of New reg 50 40 30 20 10 18 18 5 1
0 Total City overview Childminders 250 222 200 150 Sum of outstanding Sum of Good Sum of Requires improvement Sum of IJ Sum of New reg
Sum of met Sum of not met 100 50 35 23 19 6 3 0 Total
9 Inspections since the last provider briefing Common theme from Inspections Things to look out for Best Start Quality Improvement Workshops are running from Sept onwards through this academic year. Covering a range of topics. Early Years Newsletter And finally please keep your information up to date on the Sheffield Information directory
Family Centres North Mast Early Days - Locality A - Ruth Ward Firth Park - Locality B - Jen Richardson East Mast Darnall - Locality C - Lisa Smith and Natalie Burrows Shortbrook - Locality D - Amy Shephard West Mast Valley Park - Locality E - Catherine Mercer Sharrow - Locality F - Catherine Ellison and Paula Burgin Primrose - Locality G - Millie Grubb Targets 2018-2019 Reach Registration Target LSOAs
Healthy Lifestyles Two Year FEL Take Up Good Level of Development Example of a LSOA map for Early Days Group Exercise In locality areas please discuss the following: What are you already doing to contribute towards the Family Centre Targets? Is there anything you could do differently in the future? Can you think of any opportunities for the Family Centre to work in partnership with your setting?
02/14/2020 Research into Early Years Teachers: AGENDA Introductions Save the Children EYT research What do you think of the EYT qualification? Why are people not becoming EYTs? What stops providers from hiring an EYT? Amend presentation name in Footer and Apply to All 26 April 2016
24 Introduction s: Amend presentation name in Footer and Apply to All 26 April 2016 25 Save the Children research: Nursery World online survey Interviews with EYTs, providers,
staff, trainers across PVI sector Producing a report, which will be shared with the DfE, highlighting the barriers to graduates in the PVI setting. In the process of developing policy recommendations Amend presentation name in Footer and Apply to All 26 April 2016 26 Value of EYT qualification:
What does the course provide? Are EYTs beneficial in nursery settings? Would you recommend employing an EYT or becoming an EYT? Amend presentation name in Footer and Apply to All 26 April 2016 27 What is stopping people from becoming EYTs?
What deters people from becoming EYTs? - The course - Career opportunities - Salary - Status How can we encourage more people to become EYTs? Amend presentation name in Footer and Apply to All 26 April 2016 28
What deters providers from employing EYTs? Why are employers not hiring EYTs or training staff to become an EYT? - Cost - Skills - Retention - Supply of EYTs What can be done to support providers to employ an EYT? Amend presentation name in Footer and Apply to All 26 April 2016
29 Any other thoughts? Carrying on the [email protected] echildren.org.u k Amend presentation name in Footer and Apply to All 26 April 2016 30
Funded Early Learning Admissions & Charging DfE Guidance A1.26 Ensure that providers publish their admissions criteria and ensure that providers work with parents to ensure parents understand which hours / sessions can be taken as free provision. Template Policy A guide for what information to cover in your Admissions Policy Adapt the template to your own needs
Incorporate your charging policy, if you have one Admissions & Charging are interlinked they both relate to accessibility Headings Schedule Services Available Charges Allocation of Places Supporting access Flexibility Reception Class Places Over Subscription Criteria Waiting Lists
DfE Guidance A1.24 Work with providers and parents to ensure all parents, including disadvantaged families, have fair access to a free place, which must be delivered completely free of charge. Ensure that providers do not: charge parents top-up fees (the difference between a providers usual fee and the funding they receive from the local authority to deliver free places). require parents to pay a registration fee as a condition of taking up their childs free place. DfE Guidance charges must be voluntary for the
parent. Where parents are unable or unwilling to pay for meals and consumables, providers who choose to offer the free entitlements are responsible for setting their own policy on how to respond Charging Policy Options Completely Free Places how many are available Waiving Fees need to set your criteria Paid for lunch hours part of a private contract Example Charges
Healthy Early Years Award HEY purpose Demonstrates to the families you work with that you actively promote a healthy lifestyle in your setting. Ensure that the children in your setting are getting a good start in life Help you to provide healthy experiences for children and their families on a daily basis Enable you to be a good role model for children and their families when they visit your setting Make links to the Early Years Foundation stage curriculum Enable you to demonstrate good practice for Ofsted by fitting into the Ofsted framework Deliver the best services to Sheffields children and families Deliver the Be Healthy strand of Every Child Matters
Allow you to identify any gaps in your current provision Help you to create an action plan to improve your provision. HEY process Complete the toolkit - awarded silver status Complete one day Healthy Start in Childcare training awarded Gold Status Approval to use Healthy Early Years Award, Director of Public Health Status logo in setting and promotional materials including website and leaflets How can we engage with you We would like more settings to achieve the award currently about 50 settings and 5 childminders have
achieved Settings say toolkit is long and cumbersome How can we make the HEY more attractive whats in it for you? Healthy Start Vitamins & Vitamin D Debbie Hanson Health Improvement Principal, Public Health What it is and why do we need it? Substance that is formed from the action of sunlight
falling on the skin Fat soluble substance Stored and activated in the liver Key Action: to enable the body to absorb and utilise calcium for bone growth and muscle function
Possible additional health benefits: prevention of multiple sclerosis and other long-term conditions Obtaining Vitamin D Sunlight Supplements Diet top up
Dietary sources Important in winter for topping up stores BUT only ever supplies 10% of required amount Oily fish Fortified breakfast cereals check label Fats and margarines (fortified) Egg yolks Red meat What are the factors that contribute to a deficiency in Sheffield? Reduced exposure to the sun through: Latitude angle of UVB rays Weather
Clothing Sun-cream (above factor 8) Diet Who is at risk? Those with someone else in the family with vitamin D deficiency People from South Asian, African, African Caribbean and Middle Eastern backgrounds Those that have a low exposure to sunlight due to wearing concealing clothing or spending time indoors Teenagers Strict sunscreen users Pregnant or breastfeeding women Breastfed and some formula fed babies Children during periods of rapid growth such as in infancy
Children with chronic conditions (malabsorption, juvenile idiopathic arthritis, rheumatic conditions, chronic steroid use, diabetes, disability and reduced mobility) People on medications interfering with Vit D metabolism: phenytoin, carbamazepine, steroids, rifampicin A Healthy Start National and Sheffield Aims Support the best start in life for the children in Sheffield A Rickets Free Sheffield in five years
Actions Providing extended free supplementation of Healthy Start essential vitamins (which include vitamin D); preconception, during pregnancy, at start of breast feeding and 2 months supply for all infants in Sheffield. Ongoing free Healthy Start to those children at additional risk. Encouraging ongoing self-care with Healthy Start or equivalent, vitamins, as oppose to prescribing of low dose vitamin D and multivitamin preparations
How does the extended Healthy Start Scheme work? Pre-conceptual women: GPs to refer patients to local Childrens Centres with accompanying letter Pregnant women: Midwives will offer vitamins to women throughout duration of pregnancy Breastfeeding mums: Provided with a free two month supply at discharge from the Jessop Wing
Breastfed babies: Offered a free two month supply from health visitors at the New Birth visit Infant Formula Fed Babies: Provided with a voucher from Health Visitor for a free two month supply which they can get from Childrens Centre once on less than 500mL of infant formula Children at higher risk of vitamin D deficiency: identified by health visitors with sticker in red book. These children will be eligible for free vitamins up
to their fourth birthday. All those eligible under the national healthy start scheme should continue to use the National scheme to obtain supplements and other benefits of the scheme. Summary of Key concepts Diet is not an adequate source of vitamin D the average intake is 10% of requirements Vitamin D status is dependent on exposure to sunlight NOT diet To manufacture vitamin D at northern latitudes, regular exposure of some skin between 11-3pm during summer is needed.
Darker skins need more time to produce vitamin D, fairer skins need more care not to redden. ALL skin types need to take care not to burn. Key Concepts continued Breast-milk will not necessarily provide sufficient vitamin D for the infant (dependent on mothers vitamin D status) There will be some people for whom sunlight and/or standard dose supplements is not enough, eg people with liver or renal disease, or on particular medications and will need to see their GP HV and MW are key professionals to ensure distribution for mothers and young children. Early Years are in a key position to support families to
understand their needs and assist vulnerable families to access vitamins. Thank You For Listening Oral Health Improvement Joanne Charlesworth Oral Health Promotion Manager Sheffield Oral Health Improvement Strategy 2017- 2020 The oral health improvement strategy has now been completed It has been out for consultation and has been approved by the childrens health
and wellbeing transformation board Tooth Brushing Clubs There are 82 tooth brushing clubs running in early years settings in Sheffield We are currently in the process of carrying out an evaluation of the tooth brushing clubs Sheffield Early Years Oral Health Programme Ante-natal NHS dental care is free for all pregnant mothers and for 12 months after birth and for children (see over). Discuss the importance of oral health as
part of overall health, encourage use of red book 0 to 6 months NHS dental care is free for all pregnant mothers and for 12 months after birth and for children (see over). Children should see a dentist for their first dental check-up before one year old Assess and identify risk factors for tooth decay Key questions for parents
Key questions for parents/carers: 1. Has the child been for a dental check-up? 2. When was the last dental check-up? 3. Are they doing daily tooth brushing with their child and how are they getti ng on with this? If required, signpost to the nearest NHS dental practice at www.nhs.uk/dentists or by calling Healthwatch on 0114 253 6688
Stress the importance of the childs primary dentition Milk and water only in bottles and these are the only safe drinks, begin bottle to cup weaning from six months. Prepare for healthy weaning from six months onwards, advise on the consumption of sugars in food and drinks 6 to 12 months 12 months + NHS dental care is free for children (see
over). NHS dental care is free for children(see over). Check the child has been for a dental checkup by one year. If not, signpost to find a dentist Check that the child is regularly attending for dental check-ups. If child has never been, signpost to find a dentist , discuss benefit s of fluoride varnish Advise on the consumption of sugars in food and drinks; milk and water are the only safe drinks; check that the child has
been weaned off the bottle, bottle swap for a free flowing cup Advise on the consumption of sugars in food and drinks, milk and water are the only safe drinks, check the child has been weaned off the bottle /dummy Health visitors distribute Baby Teeth, Healthy Teeth resource pack to all children Advise on brushing including active parental role, family fluoride toothpaste, nothing to eat/drink after brushing at night, check if any problems brushing their childs teeth and advise
Advise on brushing including active parental role, family fluoride toothpaste, nothing to eat/drink after brushing at night, spit dont rinse, check if any problems brushing their childs teeth and advise. Encourage use of sugar free medicines Encourage use of sugar free medicines Brush teeth as soon as they erupt twice a day with fluoride toothpaste , check if any problems brushing their childs teeth and advise
Give teething advice, remind to use dental pages of the Red Book Remind to use dental pages in the red book Baby Teeth, Healthy Teeth resource pack in 20% most deprived areas at 2 years Remind to use dental pages in the red book Sheffield Early Years Oral Health Programme We are currently in the process of delivering oral health updates for health visiting teams This training is based on the Sheffield early years oral health programme flow chart
Carrie Langham, health visitor with Rivelin/Sheaf team is in the process of carrying out an evaluation to explore the staff knowledge, beliefs, attitudes and implementation of oral health messages for parents in the 0-19 service Comments \ Questions and Close Maureen Hemingway Senior Adviser Early Years
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