(Rodney House Outreach for Early Years)
During this challenging time, RHOSEY are continuing to provide support to parents and Early Years settings but in a different way than usual. Due to social distancing measures we are not having direct face to face contact with families and children. This will be reviewed regularly.
For any support or advice, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call your RHOSEY worker or setting lead.
- Introduction to Outreach
The Outreach team at Rodney House consists of pre-school outreach practitioners who work directly with children from birth, providing targeted input to support development. Planned sessions take place at home or at a group. Pre-school practitioners and the lead Outreach Teacher support early years settings to meet the needs of all children with a significant learning need.
From September 2017 RHOSEY has taken on the role of supporting school nursery classes through the lead Outreach Teacher.
In 2017 RHOSEY have worked to support over 259 children through Outreach for Families, 137 Early Years Settings, and 79 School nursery classes.
RHOSEY support settings and school nurseries to access both Early Years Inclusion Funding and the Early Years SEND process.
It is a valued and highly regarded service, supporting children and families across Manchester.
- Outreach for families
- Outreach for Early Years Settings
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