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case studies - peep delivery

Peep delivery happens in family and children's centres, schools, nurseries and pre-schools, health centres, families' homes, drop-in sessions, libraries, swimming pools, outdoors - wherever families are!  

Here are some case studies showing how Peep Programmes are being used in and between different sectors, and their impact on families, including our most recent case study:
HM Prison Perth

> Community outreach / Community learning and development case studies - including brief overviews of different ways of delivering Peep - 1-to-1 (outreach or home visits), drop-in/ Stay and Play, and groups, in any type of setting.

> Multi-agency case studies - local/health authority departments and voluntary sectors organisations have found that using Peep as a common approach is an effective way to engage families.

Health case studies - Peep delivered either in health centres, by health staff or with a health focus

> Education case studies - Peep in pre-schools, nurseries, schools, transition and adult learning

Employability case studies - Peep supports children's learning through adult (parents and carers) learning; this can be taken a step further through the Peep Progression Pathway (credit-rated units by SQA or NOCN), work with students and/or Peep parents becoming practitioners.

> Children's social care case studies - a focus on working with parents whose children are looked after, foster carers, kinship carers etc.

> Prison case studies - helping to maintain family relationships and engage parents in their children's learning and play while they are in prison.

> Outdoor case study

Inter-generation case studies