Working together to give children the best start in life
64% increase in quality of the routine
37% reduction in target stress, e.g. toilet training
30% increase in confidence around instigating routine
23% increase in frequency of play at home
Identification of at-risk families
210 unidentified families reached through doorknocking
52 families referred to further support
Increased Community Cohesion
336 families have attended our group
300 families are spending more time outside
22% report an increase in connection to their community
Parents gain knowledge of local services & further support
52 families connected to an average of 1.5 in-house and local services each through our pathways programme
Encouraging families to use what they have around them reduces waste and increases resourcefulness and imagination.
116 cardboard boxes to build
77 dens. Rummaged through
31 home recycle bins for creating materials, increasing messy play activities by 26% per home.
Engaging families in their outdoor spaces encouraging more play outdoors, neighbours to meet and a sense of ownership of local spaces.
73 outdoor group and community events on estates
22% increase in connection to their community
Introducing families to local services, improves health and encourages cross-sector working .
The Tooth Fairy visited Honor Oak Dental Surgery attracting 12 resident families to visit the surgery. 7 of them registered.
Increase the number of housing, health and cultural organisations we work with to reach new families through a cross-sector approach.
Launch our nursery programme.
Increase our evidence base by working with research partners to begin measuring the longer term impacts of our service.
Raise investment to develop new products and expand delivery.
Train and recruit new delivery artists and increase our core team to facilitate growth.