The PEEP program. About PEEP Guidelines & principles Program structure Program content PEEP training (essential) Core activities Flexible delivery Positive evidenced outcomes Dr Rosemary Roberts OBE MA PhD. Overarching criteria for quality early childhood services. Explicit aims
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Dr Rosemary Roberts OBE MA PhD
Universal, voluntary, free access
Collaborative community program
Reflective learning organisation
Good project communication
High quality resources
Systematic monitoring & information management
Effective, efficient, value for money.
Works with parents, about and with their children
Five-year program, theoretical underpinning
Links language and music
Quality training: working with parents
Universal & targeted design
Accreditation policy (practitioners and parents)What is special to PEEP?
The ORIM learning framework (Hannon 1995) is a practical way for parents/carers to develop relationships with their children and to encourage learning through:
Local Authority-wide delivery (e.g. Edinburgh, Derby, 50+ groups in each)
Also in Lincolnshire, Hampshire, Midlothian, West Lothian, Aberdeen, Staffs, Leicestershire, Bristol
In Children’s Centres etc., working with health, education and social care
‘Progressive universalism’: universal, but special effort to recruiting vulnerable families
‘Water PEEP’, ‘Cooking PEEP’, ‘Healthy Eating PEEP’, ‘Chatterbox PEEP’ (2yr-olds with speech and language delay), ‘Outdoor PEEP’, ‘Sensory PEEP’ (physical disabilities), ‘Antenatal PEEP’ (incl. with substance-misusing parents-to-be), ‘Early Explorers’ (in well-baby health clinics)