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ParentChild+

ParentChild+ – formerly known as Parent Child Home Programme (or PCHP) – is a home-visiting programme. It is a targeted-selective programme primarily targeted at low-income families with children between the ages of 2 and 3 years. It is delivered in the family home by home visitors. It aims to improve the home learning environment, the parent–child relationship and the language, literacy, cognitive skills and social-emotional development critical to school success.
  • Evidence rating: 2+
  • Cost rating: 4
  • Child outcomes:
    Enhancing school achievement & employment
    Preventing crime, violence and antisocial behaviour
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Toddlers
  • Delivery model: Home visiting
  • Main setting:
    Home
  • Classification:
    Targeted selective

ParentCorps

ParentCorps is a group-based programme for families with a four-year-old child living in disadvantaged, urban communities.
  • Evidence rating: 3+
  • Cost rating: 2
  • Child outcomes:
    Enhancing school achievement & employment
    Preventing crime, violence and antisocial behaviour
  • UK provision: No
  • Age group:
    Preschool
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Children's centre or early-years setting
  • Other setting:
    Primary school
  • Classification:
    Targeted selective

Parents Plus Adolescent Programme

Parents Plus Adolescent Programme (PPAP) is for parents who have concerns about the behaviour or emotions of a child between the ages of 11 and 16. However, it can also be delivered as a universal/preventative intervention or as a more targeted intervention with parents of adolescents identified with emotional/behaviour problems.
  • Evidence rating: 2+
  • Cost rating: 2
  • Child outcomes:
    Preventing crime, violence and antisocial behaviour
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Preadolescents
    Adolescents
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Secondary school
  • Other setting:
    Home
    Children's centre or early-years setting
    Primary school
    Community centre
    In-patient health setting
    Out-patient health setting
  • Classification:
    Targeted selective

Parents Plus Children’s Programme

The Parents Plus Children’s Programme (PPCP) is for parents with a child between the ages of 6 and 11, with concerns about the child's behaviour, learning or emotional development.
  • Evidence rating: 2+
  • Cost rating: 2
  • Child outcomes:
    Supporting children's mental health and wellbeing
    Preventing crime, violence and antisocial behaviour
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Primary school
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Primary school
    Out-patient health setting
  • Other setting:
    Children's centre or early-years setting
    Community centre
    In-patient health setting
  • Classification:
    Targeted indicated

Parents Plus Early Years

Parents Plus Early Years (PPEY) is for parents with concerns about a child between the ages of one and six.
  • Evidence rating: 2+
  • Cost rating: 1
  • Child outcomes:
    Preventing crime, violence and antisocial behaviour
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Toddlers
    Preschool
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Out-patient health setting
  • Other setting:
    Home
    Children's centre or early-years setting
    Primary school
    Community centre
  • Classification:
    Universal

Parents Plus Parenting when Separated

Parents Plus Parenting when Separated is a parenting programme. It is a targeted selective programme for children between the ages of 0 and 18 whose parents are preparing for, going through, or have gone through, a separation or divorce. It is delivered in a variety of settings including children’s centres or other early years setting, primary schools, secondary schools, community centres, outpatient/health centre and aims to improve mental health and wellbeing.
  • Evidence rating: 2+
  • Cost rating: 2
  • Child outcomes:
    Preventing crime, violence and antisocial behaviour
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Preschool
    Primary school
    Preadolescents
    Adolescents
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Children's centre or early-years setting
    Out-patient health setting
  • Other setting:
    Primary school
    Secondary school
    Community centre
  • Classification:
    Targeted selective

Parents as First Teachers

Parents as First Teachers (PAFT – also referred to as Parents as Teachers) is for parents with a child aged three or under, typically living in a disadvantaged community.
  • Evidence rating: 2+
  • Cost rating: 4
  • Child outcomes:
    Enhancing school achievement & employment
    Preventing crime, violence and antisocial behaviour
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Infants
    Toddlers
  • Delivery model: Home visiting
  • Main setting:
    Home
  • Other setting:
    Children's centre or early-years setting
  • Classification:
    Targeted selective

Penn Resilience Programme (UK implementation in primary school)

The UK implementation of the Penn Resilience Programme is based on the Penn Resilience Programme (PRP), which was originally developed by a team of psychologists at the University of Pennsylvania.
  • Evidence rating: 2
  • Cost rating: 1
  • Child outcomes:
    Supporting children's mental health and wellbeing
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Primary school
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Primary school
  • Classification:
    Universal

Planet Munch (prevention)

Planet Munch (formerly known as Trim Tots) is a community-based programme targeted at children between the ages of 1 and 5 years and their caregivers. It is a universal programme delivered in children’s centres aiming to reduce obesity in preschool children.
  • Evidence rating: 2+
  • Cost rating: NA
  • Child outcomes:
    Preventing obesity and promoting healthy physical development
  • UK provision: Yes
  • Age group:
    Toddlers
    Preschool
  • Delivery model: Group
  • Main setting:
    Children's centre or early-years setting
  • Classification:
    Universal

Play and Learning Strategies

Play and Learning Strategies (PALS) is a targeted home-visiting programme delivered to parents of vulnerable children between six and 10-months old.
  • Evidence rating: 2+
  • Cost rating: 2
  • Child outcomes:
    Enhancing school achievement & employment
  • UK provision: No
  • Age group:
    Infants
  • Delivery model: Home visiting
  • Main setting:
    Home
  • Classification:
    Targeted selective