Tailored Support Essential Elements


Tailored 'Peer to Peer' Support is a trusted, credible service delivered by real experts featuring the following essential elements:

  • Bespoke support, tailored to local needs
  • Confidential support. We are not a regulatory or inspection body
  • Available for Early Years; SEN and Disability; Children in Care; Safeguarding; Early Intervention; Adoption; and Data
  • Also available to work in teams on crosscutting themes i.e. emotional resistance; attendance; Narrowing the Gap

Sector Specialists are:

  • Peers from the sector, recruited, accredited and trained by C4EO
  • Trained to use OBA (Outcomes Based Accountability) and Theories of Change

 

 

 

 

 

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