The Cambridge Model for Quality Provision in Early Years
The Cambridge Model of good practice is a beacon for quality provision in early years. It has been designed as a wellbeing- in-action intervention that promotes positive nutrition and physical activity to support the prevention of obesity within early years settings. It is a holistic approach that supports the wellbeing of children, families and early years staff teams through positive sustainable change by providing a framework of best practice.
Components of the Cambridge Model:
The Model and the PANCo qualification have been developed by Cambridge Childhood Partnership (CCP). The CCP is pioneering work to champion and shape the future health and wellbeing agenda at local and national level. EduVivre is creating the online PANCo programme within a framework of positive psychology principles.