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Introduction
In 2011 Early Support became a partner of the charity Achievement for All 3As sharing similar principles and values given Achievement for All 3As focus on raising aspiration, access and achievement for vulnerable and disadvantaged children and their families. All Achievement Coaches are trained in Early Support and are able to advise on and deliver the joint offer of Achievement for All and Early Support to any Achievement for All school.
Mainstream Schools
Achievement for All and Early Support enables you to: • work with the school and be at the centre of the decision making process in education and other services • have a ‘voice’ to ensure that your families aspirations are met • help develop relationships with all professionals • help to shape personalised curriculum plans.
Special Schools
Achievement for All and Early Support enables your school to: • build a strong platform for the development of parent partnerships • develop key working functions as a whole school approach to support children and families • help you meet the new Children and Families Bill and the SEND Code of Practice.
Parents, Carers
Achievement for All and Early Support enables you to: • work with the school and be at the centre of the decision making process in education and other services • have a ‘voice’ to ensure that your families aspirations are met
and Families
• help develop relationships with all professionals • help to shape personalised curriculum plans.
School Governors
Achievement for All and Early Support enables you to: • meet all obligations including Ofsted, the Children and Families Bill
• enhance opportunities in the wider community to provide pathways for vulnerable and disadvantaged children and families.
Local Authorities
Achievement for All and Early Support enables you to: • meet obligations and the requirements of the Children and Families Bill • offers ways of working flexibly to ensure agencies make those connections for vulnerable families • develop and maintain the Local Offer.
What Next?
Enjoy the module! For any further information please contact your Achievement Coach or your Regional Lead. General enquiries can be made too - email us at enquiries@afa3as.org.uk or call 01635 279 499.