Lambeth - Big Lottery Fund

Report
Lambeth Early Action Partnership
16th July 2014
Lambeth Early Action Partnership
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Our journey
Our programme
Our learning
Our hopes and fears
Our journey so far
• The LEAP Partnership board -established during the
development period.
• Co- production as a guiding principle
• Discovering assets and partnerships on our doorsteps
• Inspiration and experience to be drawn from the
Lambeth First Local Strategic Partnership , Young
Lambeth Co-Op, innovative and integrated approaches
to commissioning
Community Based
Leadership
Multi Agency Strategic
Partnerships
Executive
Decision Making
Governance
Community Engagement
including:
Children’s Centre Parent Forums
Maternity Services Liaison Committee
Young Lambeth Co-op
Community Champions
Breast Feeding Peer Supporters
Health &
Wellbeing
Board
Lambeth
Safeguarding
Children
Board
LEAP Partnership
Board
Community
Appraisal
Panel
LEAP Core
Project Team
Families &
Children’s
Strategic
Partnership
Safer
Lambeth
Partnership
Delivery Partners
& Stakeholder
Organisations
VCS Forum
Schools Forum
Head Teachers
Council
Lambeth Council
and Cabinet
Children & Young
People Scrutiny
Lambeth Clinical
Commissioning Group
Governing Body
LEAP
Executive
Board
NCB Contract
Board (Scrutiny)
NCB Board of
Trustees
Our Programme
Developing Our Vision
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Parents as researchers
‘What works’ within
Lambeth and elsewhere
Outcome groups
involving parents,
practitioners, experts
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Dartington SRU matrix
Review of 80
‘interventions’
Fund-mapping
Local data
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‘Lambeth will
Impact of the AWS
Parents’ views
‘Base Camp’
plugging the gaps in
our knowledge
Benchmarks for
England and Europe
‘Theories of Change’
be the best place in the world
for children to be born and grow up’
the leap rainbow
A public health approach to improve health and wellbeing, and reduce inequalities
I and my family will
have better social
and emotional
development,
communication and
language, and will
have a healthy diet
and be well
nourished.
Expenditure on interventions
Local
Innovation, 35%
Evidence Based,
44%
Science Based,
21%
44% evidence based
21% science based
35% local innovation
The first 18 months…
•150 parents invited to attend
an ante natal or post natal
programme.
•84 obese pregnant women
will be invited to take part in
the programme to reduce
risk of complication in
pregnancy and birth.
•270 of our workforce will be
trained to support parents
experiencing relationship
difficulties.
•169 of our workforce will be
trained in the Family
Partnership Model to develop
‘helper’ qualities and skills to
enable families to overcome
difficulties.
•234 parents with mild to
moderate mental health
problems will receive support.
•150 parents, babies and
children will receive support
through the Watch, Wait,
Wonder programme,
•75 parents with EAL will
complete a tailored LEAP course
•120 babies and young children
receive increased support
around early language and
literacy.
•104 community champions
recruited.
•400 families will be offered
support to alleviate the impact
of living in overcrowded
accommodation.
•First time young parents in
the area will be offered the
Family Nurse Partnership
programme.
•New play areas on 4
estates and 4 one o clock
clubs.
•‘Way-finding’ will help
families find services
through highly visible and
imaginative signage
throughout the LEAP area,
linking early years and
health facilities to each
other.
•People who live and work
in the LEAP area will be told
about the programme
and invited to participate.
Our Learning
• Deeper knowledge of the area, the inequalities that are not visible
in aggregated data
• The assets on our doorstep, adding up to a whole so much greater
than its parts
• Know about the evidence and practice that is most relevant to the
local context
• The relevance of evidence
• The gaps in existing evidenced based practice
• Potential for real social capital
Our Hopes and fears….looking back after 10 years
As we look back in 2024, we hope that:
• The portfolio projects achieves the changes we expected
• Services will have a more ecological approach
• The impact is evidenced
• Opportunities and outcomes have improved for over 10,000 children
• We have succeeded in changing practice and how resource is invested
But we fear:
• Change will have been slower than planned
• We’ll have suffered ‘programme envy’ from outside the LEAP area
• We won’t have spent enough on evaluation
• Professionals reverting back to their “comfort zone” in future

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