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With so many fantastic examples of innovative practice around delivery models, services and what works effectively in practice in children’s centres across the country we are pleased to publish our first best practice case study Holme Wood Children’s Centre. This case study is about a programme called SEADlings which focuses on language and communication development.

We would like to thank Lynn Bradley for kindly sending us this example and all the support she offered in getting it ready for the foundation years website.

You can find the case study on our dedicated best practice page here.

If you would like to submit your example of best practice you can find out how here.

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  1. Annette Dacosta on September 14, 2012
    This case study is a good example of the progress that 'disadvantaged' children can make when interdisciplinary teams within the community work together. I am pleased to see that Bradford LA will make comparisons between success rates in preceding years to measure the effectiveness of the SEADlings approach and that the children's progress will continue to be monitored once they enter school. This Children's Centre team deserve an accolade for seeming to be able to successfully engage the parents of this particular group of children. We all know how difficult it can sometimes be.

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