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In this book it is therefore sufficient to draw attention to the aspects which involve the child directly in the work of the Early Years Professional with the parent. Further to your considerations of attachment and parenting support it is worth noting that there is an additional aspect to the attachment between parent and child, which is its impact on Early Years practitioners. The early relationship between parent and child forms the model for later relationships which include the child’s relationship with her carer at pre-school or teacher at nursery.
If the child is securely attached to her primary caregiver or parent she is likely to achieve better outcomes at school. Supporting the attachment between parent and child is therefore an important task for all professionals working with families. QXD 26/5/09 18:03 Page 23 Chapter 3 The child–parent–EYP triangle C A S E S T U DY Fatema runs a weekly stay and play session in her community centre. The group is not large but about eight families attend regularly. Jane has brought her daughter Chloe (two years three months) for the last few sessions together with her four-month-old baby Ben.
Quinton, D (2004) Supporting parents: messages from research. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Rodd, J (2006) Leadership in early childhood. Maidenhead: Open University Press. Tait, C (2008) Getting to know the families, in Whalley, M and the Pen Green Centre Team (eds) Involving Parents in their Children’s Learning. London: Paul Chapman Publishing. F U RT H E R R EADI NG Barlow, J, Kirkpatrick, S, Steward-Brown, S (2008) Parenting support in Sure Start, in Anning, A and Ball, M (eds), Improving services for young children, from Sure Start to children’s centres.