Engaging parents in the transition in and through work. Celine McStravick Director NCB NI. NCB’s vision is a society in which children and young people contribute, are valued and their rights respected.
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Engaging parents in the transition in and through work
NCB’s vision is a society in which children and young people contribute, are valued and their rights respected.
NCB’s mission is to improve children and young people’s experiences and life chances, reducing the impact of inequalities
Effective Intervention Careers Guidance?
Heckman (2000) argues that children who develop well at
earlier ages and are ready to start school are in a position to elicit interactions and experiences
that accelerate their subsequent development and facilitate their achievement
The Colin Area
BUT… What about Key Indicators;
Education, Health and Employment
% Achieved At Least 5 GCSE's grades A*-C (or equiv)
Previous interventions have not fundamentally changed outcomes within the Colin area.
A different approach is required to break the cycle of disadvantage.
The Early Intervention Strategy offers a different and innovative approach.
Colin Early Intervention Community
Children, young people and families of the Colin community will have the best possible lives where hope will flourish.
Our Journey – the programmes/projects
Time to Read
Roots of Empathy
Speech and Language
Are we listening?
Are we learning?
Are we changing?
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