Presentation on theme: "Role and Purpose A Local Learning Partnership is “a group of partners who work together to support learning and development in a locality” The purpose."— Presentation transcript:
Role and Purpose A Local Learning Partnership is “a group of partners who work together to support learning and development in a locality” The purpose of LLP’s in Dundee is to coordinate local services to meet identified learning needs based on trends and other datasets. Early intervention and prevention are important underpinning principles. LLP’s will focus on children, young people and their families in Ward Areas
Aims of LLP Coordinate learning opportunities for children, young people and families Focus on communities not individuals Ensure maximum IMPACT Implement GIRFEC at local Ward level Co-ordinate Wider Achievement Target resources to meet identified needs Use local data to assist planning Develop joint working, planning, recording and reporting Improve local services focused on learning
Typical Agenda MCMC/Positive Destinations Involvement in Decision Making Family Learning Health & Wellbeing Coordinating Wider Achievement Literacy & Numeracy Priorities in the Local Community Plan Improvement Planning Workforce Development including joint CPD Community Engagement
Membership CLD – Youth Work, Adult Learning, Community Regeneration Education – Early Years, Primary, Secondary, Ed. Psych., SCSS Health – School Nurse, Health Visitors, Health Promotion Voluntary Sector – depends on local voluntary sector Parents/Young People Social Work? Police? Dundee College?
Test Results How to respond to Early Years needs How to achieve flexibility in our programming & use of resources Establishing proportionate responses to needs identified Relationship to the Team Around the Child Establishing links to LCPP’s Facilitating the development of partnership working Community Profile and the full range of resources in the Ward area Structure and management of meetings
The Craigie Model LLP SRT Advisory Group Mentoring Individual Work Targeted Groups Peer Mentoring Literacy Group Transition
Work with Partners Working Sharing a common vision to support our young people and their parents/families Mutual respect and understanding of roles Joint 3 year Improvement Plan Open invite to all CPD/Staff Training Events Wider Community
Work with Partners Planning Considered and deliberate Matching HGIOS and HGIO CLD Matching Outcomes and Experiences of Pupils against Partnership Measures Agreeing Success Criteria/Outputs Monitor and Evaluate the Impact of Partnership Working
Work with Partners Recording and Reporting Documentation stored centrally Access for Partners On Track with Learning (OTWL) – mapping experiences and outcomes Recording Wider Achievement – who is working with our young people? What are they doing? Can this be recognised ?
Challenges? Earlier identification of needs and targeted support (individual and community) Involvement of young people in planning Getting It Right for Every Family? Common Vision and Values Wider Understanding of School Staff of Partner Agency Roles and Impact on Young People The contribution of Partners to building in numeracy, literacy and health and wellbeing outcomes to learning experiences.................... in a context of diminishing resources and high levels of deprivation Developing NE Learning Partnership to include partners from Early Years, Primary and Voluntary Sectors