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Peep goes Down Under:  Sally Smith our CEO, and Peep trainers Marie Mackenzie and Lisa Clissett have been to Melbourne to work with the Brotherhood of St Lawrence, an Australian not-for-profit organisation. The Brotherhood are about to pilot a new project called Growing Learners which brings together a number of evidence-based programmes to support some of the most disadvantaged families in the state of Victoria. We were delighted that they chose the Peep Learning Together Programme to be at the heart of the project! (Feb 2017)

MInister for Early Learning and Childcare visits Peep Aberdeen: Mark McDonald, MInister for Early Learning and Childcare and MSP for Aberdeen Donside and Councillor Angela Taylor met with the Peep team Aberdeen and Peep parents, carers and children.. Both visitors enjoyed joining in with a Peep Babies group, and learning about the Peep programme. In Aberdeen, the Learning Together Programme is part of Children and Families Social Work. Examples of local practice included Peep delivery with the parents and carers of care-experienced children, with parents experiencing low mood and providing Learning Together Programme training for all Contact Centre staff (Jan 2017)

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