hawwc boys video blogs: setting strategies and practices 

Less advantaged children who access a high quality, early education programme, achieve better outcomes and enter formal schooling with enhanced school readiness.

Early years settings which offer support for parents, alongside education and care for children, are more effective in developing school readiness and engaging families in the educative process at home and at school.

The following videos highlight the experiences of HAWWC boys' parents with their children's early years setting. Both parents and setting practitioners discuss various aspects of the HAWWC boys' learning, including their sons' relationship with their key person and the activities offered by the setting.
   

Accessing Childcare and Early Education
 

Parents of high achieving white working class boys discuss access to childcare and early education.

 
Relationship with Key Person


Parents of high achieving white working class boys discuss their child's relationship with their key person at their early years setting, and how important that relationship was for their son.

 
 
Parent Support and Advice

Parents of high achieving white working class boys discuss the support and advice they received.



Community and Family Activities  

Parents of high achieving white working class boys discuss how participation in community and family activities has helped to build and strengthen relationships for the boys, and the wider family.

 

Children's Learning Activities

Parents of high achieving white working class boys discuss the various learning activities their children encountered, and the learning environments experienced at their early years setting. 


Parent Partnerships in Children's Learning
 

Early years practitioners discuss their involvement with high achieving white working class boys and their parents, and the impact and positive outcomes that they have seen as a result.


 

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