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For members of the AiMH UK East of England Hub

My Play and Discover Bag – Norfolk

'My Play and Discover Bag’ was developed by the Norfolk Virtual School for Looked after and previously looked after children Early Years Team. The bag and contents are for all 0-4-year olds in care and it is for the children to keep and be part of their journey of exploration and learning.

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A Nurturing Approach to Care; The Nurturing Care Framework.

The Nurturing Care Framework was produced collaboratively between the World Health Organization (W.H.O) and the United Nations Children’s Fund. This evidence-based framework outlines policies and services that can support parents, families, caregivers and communities to provide “nurturing care” for young children to ensure that they survive and thrive.

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Sensory Needs of Babies in Care; Learning and Knowing the Baby.

By Hilary Shaddock. Early Years Adviser for Norfolk Virtual School for Children in Care.              

‘For young children, infant caregiver relationships are the most important experience for infant development and are the distinctive focus of the infant mental health field’ (Zeanah and Zeanah, 2009:8)

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What is a Virtual School for Children in Care?

The role of the Virtual School is to help improve the educational journey and outcomes for children in care, from early years to the end of Year 13. Support and guidance to care leavers maybe offered and also to the staff supporting them.

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Mother and toddler smiling © Noriko Cooper | Dreamstime

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