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Early Years Magazine - Issue 10: Case study

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Created on 26 July 2010 by ncetm_administrator
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Early Years Magazine - Issue 10brief case

Case study
Sustaining Success case studies

Although the National Strategies are said to be ‘going’, little is known about what will happen to the website. It therefore makes sense to take time to explore the Sustaining Success case studies while they are still available.

This innovative programme involved 50 early years settings along with 500 schools and was led by the Primary National Strategy and the National College for School Leadership. The programme ran from September 2005 to summer 2006.

Children undertaking activity in the playgroundSchools and settings undertook funded development work within their own context. Since many of the settings were very different, so was the learning. Some focused on improving the key worker system; others looked at communication, transition or other areas of concern. Each aimed to build sustainable success, involving their whole team and as many partners as possible.

Read about the journeys of eight settings from around the country. Many acknowledge the importance of parents and carers, seeking their opinions, developing their involvement and working to improve communication.

How does your setting sustain success? Browse the eight case studies for some useful ideas to explore within your own setting:

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