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Integrated Progress check at 2
From September 2015, local authorities, health visiting services and early year’s providers have been expected to bring together health and early education reviews for young children at the age of two to two-and-a-half.
The purpose of the two-year review is to:
Identify the child’s progress, strengths and next steps in order to promote positive outcomes in health and wellbeing, learning and development
Identify any support needs as early as possible and facilitate appropriate intervention and support for children and their families, especially those for whom progress is less than expected
Generate information which can be used to plan services and contribute to the reduction of inequalities in children’s outcomes.
Advice and guidance on how to complete an integrated review is included in the guidance document below:
Guidance and additional information- Richmond and Kingston
The following templates and flowcharts can be used for recording and supporting practitioners with the integrated progress check at age 2:
Additional Resources - Richmond and Kingston
If you are a Kingston or Richmond provider and you require any of these documents in a Word version format, please either contact your Inclusion and Improvement Adviser or email firstname.lastname@example.org