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National parenting strategy: making a positive difference to children and young people through parenting

Published: 3 Oct 2012
Part of:
Children and families, Communities and third sector
ISBN:
9781780459820

Our national parenting strategy seeks to strengthen the support on offer to parents and make it easier for them to access this support.

71 page PDF

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71 page PDF

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National parenting strategy: making a positive difference to children and young people through parenting
Footnotes

71 page PDF

1.2MB

Footnotes

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6 The latest OECD research highlights the importance of parental involvement in children's learning in the early years, in particular reading activities, and the positive impact this has on children's reading performance in PISA (at the age of 15).

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36 NHS Fife, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde, NHS Ayrshire and Arran, NHS Lanarkshire and Highland


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