The Peep Progression Pathway was piloted in Scotland from January until June 2015. We now have ten delivery centres set up, and successfully delivering the Peep Progression Pathway with learners in a variety of settings.
findings from the peep progression pathway pilot - 2015
The key findings from the pilot closely mirror the findings from the Enabling Parents Study (2004).
a greater understanding of their role in promoting their child’s development
an increased confidence in supporting their child’s learning and development
more knowledge and ideas for improving the home learning environment
recognised improvements in their own personal learning and literacy skills
enhanced aspirations – particularly in relation to early years and child development opportunities
The employability matrix provides in-depth detail of the core skills that a parent/carer can gain by participating in the Peep Progression Pathway.
how to become a delivery centre for the peep progression pathway
A delivery centre is an organisation, local authority or constituted group that has the capacity to deliver the peep progression pathway, carry out Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) and liaise with Peeple on External Quality Assurance (EQA).
Every delivery centre must have:
identified at least one suitable Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) officer
identified at least one suitable Assessor
the capacity and administration processes to collect and safely store learner information as well as share appropriate information with Peeple in a timely and secure manner
organisational policies and procedures in place that support effective responses to learner needs, appeals or complaints. This should include:
health & safety
data protection (including confidentiality statement)
safeguarding /child protection
For further details on how to set up as a delivery centre, please refer to our guide on how to become a delivery centre.