Launched today, Realising the Ambition: Being Me builds upon the original principles and philosophy of Pre-Birth to 3 and Building the Ambition.
This refreshed early years national practice guidance for Scotland presents key information about the characteristics of child development based on research and evidence.
It explores the range of interactions, experiences and spaces we need to provide for babies and young children to help them learn and grow best from their earliest days through to being a young child in early primary school.
In essence, ‘Realising the Ambition: Being Me’ increases expectations of high quality but still provides the necessary support for all who work in the early years sector and beyond.
This guidance is for use by anyone who works with and for babies and young children across both early learning and childcare settings and early primary school.
Highland Council will be organising engagement sessions for this new resource over the next few months. Read more about engaging with this new resource now at the link below.