Response to feedback from consultation on the second draft

Our third major online survey (12-26 February 2021) offered the chance to read and respond to the second draft of the Birth to 5 Matters core document. Among the 371 respondents, there was detailed comment relating to all aspects of the document, with nearly 700 individual comments to be considered for the final version ofContinue reading “Response to feedback from consultation on the second draft”

Feedback from our consultation on the first draft of Birth to 5 Matters

As guidance from the sector, by the sector, the Birth to 5 Matters team continue to seek the views of practitioners, and to respond to what practitioners tell us they want and need. Our second major online survey (14 December 2020 – 11 January 2021) offered the chance to read and respond to the first draft of the Birth toContinue reading “Feedback from our consultation on the first draft of Birth to 5 Matters”

Foregrounding racial equalities in the Birth to 5 Matters guidance

Liz Pemberton and Shaddai Tembo In this article, we share our thoughts around equalities in relation to a survey in October and subsequent report on the results of the first Birth to 5 Matters practitioner online survey. We both believe it is necessary to ensure that race is not omitted nor given lesser importance within the conversation aboutContinue reading “Foregrounding racial equalities in the Birth to 5 Matters guidance”

Birth to 5 Matters initial survey results

As guidance from the sector, by the sector, the Early Years Coalition intends for Birth to 5 Matters to listen and respond to what practitioners tell us they want and need. We began by asking practitioners to tell us what they wanted in an online survey which closed on 2 November, and were pleased to gather the thoughtsContinue reading “Birth to 5 Matters initial survey results”