Our work has been evaluated in a number of independent research studies by the Universities of Oxford, Queen's Belfast and Warwick. These show that Peep:
successfully reaches isolated families and engages them in their children’s learning
helps parents become more aware of their children’s development and how to foster it
helps children develop good foundations for language, literacy and strong self-esteem, and contributes to narrowing the attainment gap
enables practitioners from a wide range of professions develop new skills and fresh approaches to unlock parents’ potential rather than focus on their problems.
A Randomised Controlled Trial (RCT) study of the Learning Together Programme was carried out by Queen's University Belfast, funded by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF). The report was published in 2020; you can watch a short video or read an overview of what the study involves, and how it helps narrow the gap in educational attainment: