Presentation on theme: "Local Children’s Partnerships in East Hampshire Bordon,Whitehill and surrounding area Children’s Partnership Liphook, Liss & Petersfield Children’s Partnership."— Presentation transcript:
Local Children’s Partnerships in East Hampshire Bordon,Whitehill and surrounding area Children’s Partnership Liphook, Liss & Petersfield Children’s Partnership
East Hampshire Diverse Rural and urban Poverty and affluence 3 LCPs – overarching link Separate and together Targeted to community Strength in sharing Looking for new solutions to the new world
The emerging LCPs Education Improvement Partnership CYPP Group Extended Services East Hants District Council
East Hampshire What has made it work? Foundation of partnership working Existing successful cross agency partnerships Determined individuals / joint commitment Understanding of local issues / local community Joint purpose and action
East Hampshire What have been the challenges? Big or small Establishing a working structure without duplication Building understanding across professional boundaries Getting the right people involved in the right places
What have we achieved?
Children’s Partnership STEERING GROUP Covering 0-19 year age range Across Alton & Surrounding Villages Sub-committee Childcare/ Varied Activities/ Community Use Sub-committee Parenting Support/ Swift & Easy Referral Chair/Co-ordinator (Line managed by Head teacher, Bushy Leaze Children’s Centre on behalf of the steering group) Reach Out & Have a go.. Disadvantage subsidy Jnr Youth Club Safe Place 2 Be Volunteering & Mentoring Wootey community facility – Family Support, Family Learning, ASC PSHESecondary – Room 21 Mind the Gap 20% Family Support Structure Sub Committees made up of the Chair and a member of Steering Group, and representatives from relevant services and agencies
Bordon, Whitehill... 1.Key - Who is who? Networking Identifying key priorities 3.KP 4 Reduce NEETs (raising aspirations) Year 6 go to College, ‘Proud that we live in Bordon’ 4.KP 2 Reduce teenage conception (Sex Ed and relationships) fitness and healthy eating course (based on MEND idea) 5.KP 3 Improve educational attainment of vulnerable groups –Identifying and training mentors or champions –Improving transitions – follow through, interviews –Sharing expertise - interventions that make a difference
Liphook, Liss & Petersfield Parents and 0 – 4 KP1 Reduce the proportion of children living in poverty 5 – 8 KP 3 Improve the educational attainment of vulnerable groups KP 3 Improve the educational attainment of vulnerable groups KP 4 Reduce NEET KP 2 Reduce teenage conception 16 – 19 KP 4 Reduce NEET KP1 Reduce the proportion of children living in poverty What can be done to meet the KP at transition points?
The way forward – queries and ideas Some of our questions and concerns How do we find solutions in the New World? How do we ensure we keep our core values? How do we engage everyone? How do we keep the interest and enthusiasm? Some of our lessons learned and ideas to develop further Listening & learning Sharing ideas The impact of coordination