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What will success look like?

Education in Waltham Forest

  • Sufficient high-quality childcare places are available for those who wish to take up a place in their chosen locality
  • All early years and childcare provision is high quality, inclusive and safe and prepare children for school
  • All under-fives are able to attend Children Centre services and activities which allow them to develop across all of the EYFS areas of learning and there are high levels of take up
  • Services delivered build family resilience and empower parents and carers to support their children's learning and development
  • Early childhood services are fully integrated and are working together effectively to identify and respond to vulnerable children & families and provide early help and prevention services to families in need
  • There are strong links, partnerships and collaborative working across maintained and PVI providers and teams
  • The early years workforce has access to support, advice and training as well as development opportunities that lead to strong leadership & governance and quality service delivery
  • More children are identified earlier with SEND, or social, communication and language issues and provided with appropriate support and services
  • Children experience a seamless transition from early years education into primary school

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Last updated: 
Thursday, 18 February, 2016
Last updated: 18 February 2016 by Barry Fong