Getting it right for every child. What is Getting it right for every child ( GIRFEC)? What are we seeking to achieve through implementation of GIRFEC? What have we done so far?. Implementation of the Policy. Progress across Scotland – everyone on a journey
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What is Getting it right for every child ( GIRFEC)? What are we seeking to achieve through implementation of GIRFEC? What have we done so far?
Progress across Scotland – everyone on a journey
The Children and Young People ( Scotland) Bill
How does GIRFEC support other policies? How can the Early Years Collaborative activity fit within the GIRFEC framework?
Getting it right for every child and Improvement Methodology/ Early Years Collaborative
Scotland – Best place in the world for children to grow up
Sustained improvement in outcomes through changes in culture, systems and practice
Reporting /planning on promoting, supporting & safeguarding wellbeing – duties under CYP Bill
(PB (JW )Bill)
Specific Policies /Initiatives to support Improvement
Single Outcome Agreements/ NPF
Annual Review of NHS Local Delivery Plans
Using SHANARRI wellbeing indicators to measure impact of targeted bedtime reading on parent and child
This is the targeted element of a universal project called THE BIG BEDTIME READ which is happening in nursery schools.
This targeted element focuses on children and parents who attend a children and family centre.
Mother & child H
To convert to a run chart use aggregate totals
Areas of focus for child
Parents identified area requiring improvement
Parent can see the difference
Versatile – parents and children
Helps to measure the complex – improved attachment, bonding & parenting
Valuing the parent – model of strengths
Supports developing agency of the parent
Supports next steps
People are complex and diverse
Service user needs – e.g. mothers with learning difficulties
Resources - Intensive 1 to 1
New – staff capacity
Use in more settings not necessarily EYC e.g. Looked After Children and Schools
Use in other tests of change
Sharing with other CPP’s & partner agencies
Who are the individuals and/or teams currently working on in this area?
Are they currently using Quality Improvement methods/tests of change to guide their learning?
What evidence based practice is being used?
What learning can be shared between CPP areas?