Cambridge Childhood Partnership (CCP) is a community interest group.
Our mission is to champion health and wellbeing in the early years through delivery of the Cambridge Model.
We believe that health and wellbeing should be at the heart of every early years organisation and that practitioners should have access to on- demand evidence based, innovative wellbeing training and resources. We believe that to succeed together we need to learn together. We’ve gone beyond traditional education models to create a wellbeing hub to enable people to connect, share and collaborate. Our goal is to champion this dynamism across our sector and beyond.
Linda Baston-Pitt a trained nurse with a BA Hons in Early Years Management has over 30 years experience working in both the health and early years education sectors at local and national level. Linda works in variety roles in education including as a lecturer, speaker and researcher with a special interest in positive psychology. She is currently a working member on The All Party Parliamentary Group on a Fit and Healthy Childhood and the early years advisor on the DoH physical activity expert working group.
Faye Bentley, is a Registered Dietitian (RD) and Public Health Nutritionist with nearly 15 years of experience working within the NHS and Local Authority. Her expertise is within nutrition and obesity and she has extensive experience of implementing health improvement programmes in both school and early year’s settings to support the prevention of childhood obesity. Faye has an MSc in Public Health and is currently in the final year of her a PhD in childhood obesity.