Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20• Eligibility for 2 year entitlement • Work ready skills of parents • Aware of 3yr Nursery Education Grant (NEG) • Health and development review for targeted children • Review Health/development as per ASQ3 • Health promotion as per Healthy Child Programme • Review uptake of A2YO place • Promote positive strategies around behaviour • Checklist based on nursery readiness agreements • Data shared with Local Authority • Support & encourage take-up of A2YO place • Promote dental health, healthy diet & weight • Check registration at Children’s Centre & dentist • Discourage use of dummies/bottles • Promote/signpost to family learning & parenting • Information, advice & guidance (IAG) • Signposting to family learning/ parenting programmes • Specific intervention as per school offer • Health review as per healthy child programme • Handover from health visitor to school nurse • Appropriate referrals as needed re health depending on score of ASQ e.g. SALT, Cleveland Unit • Appropriate health/development referrals as needed depending on score of ASQ • Liaise with nursery provider • Signpost to family learning/ parenting programmes • A2YO/IAG transition • Refer to Early Help Hub (family support, parenting 1:1) • Information, advice, guidance around Achieving 2 year old offer (A2YO) • Health & development of child review (ASQ) • Early Help Hub (family support, parenting 1:1) • Refer to Bookstart Story Corner via Early Help Hub • Early Help Hub (family support, parenting 1:1) • Early Help Hub (family support, parenting 1:1) • Early Help Hub (family support, parenting 1:1) Point of Contact 24-27 month review ASQ Health Visiting Team 18-24 month (Children’s Centre) On entry to nursery baseline 3 year 3 year health review Health Visiting Team EYFS Assessment 4 year Assessments Interventions Literacy Pathway Targeted Universal It is understood that health has an integral statutory role with supporting children and families. Developing a model in line with the Healthy Child Programme will set out key contact, assessment and intervention points that can be used as measures of school readiness at the earliest opportunity. Middlesbrough Incremental School Readiness Model April 2016 | 9