Supported by CURV funding, Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council has teamed up with Thrive at Five to work with the below communities to help local children reach a good level of development by the end of their first year of primary school:
- South Bank
The innovative programme, which has been introduced successfully elsewhere in the country, will help children to develop stronger foundations for life and learning.
To kick off, Thrive at Five will be listening to parents, carers, teachers, health providers and other community representatives and groups working together to shape the best approach for local children.
A local team, supported by national Thrive at Five, partners and specialists will then support the community to deliver activities to benefit the development and wellbeing of children aged 0-5.
“CURV is committed to working with partners who seek to strengthen protective factors for children.
“CURV’s aim is to provide children with the best opportunity to learn and grow in a safe environment so they have the best chance of success in later life, and so we are excited to be a part of this programme”.John Holden, Head of CURV