Birth to 5 Matters
Have Your Say
You may be aware already - there has been a group of professionals working for some time on a new draft of Birth to 5 Matters documents. These documents are to help those in practice and parents - they are not designed as statutory guidance.
The second draft of these documents are now out for consultation.
Both drafts can also be found on the Birth to Five website
The group are now seeking views and opinions on how these documents are received and I wonder, if you are able to spare a few moments, if you would like to have your say?
The five questions to be answered are:
- Is the document clear?
- Is the document accessible?
- Will it support practice?
- Is there anything that has been missed?
- Is there anything that can be improved?
If you could get feedback to me by Friday (26th) this would be much appreciated
Many thanks and best wishes
Dr Tanya Richardson PhD, MA (Ed.), BA (Hons.), EYPS, FHEA
Programme Leader for Early Childhood Studies
Senior Lecturer in Early Years
Faculty of Health, Education and Society
University of Northampton, University Drive, Northampton. NN1 5PH
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