Outcomes

Outcome 1: A clear understanding of changes in access and availability of public, free, community places since 2010 in four disadvantaged communities in Birmingham and Lisbon. 

Stakeholders/audiences: parents, the people of these wards, community and social workers, local authorities, budget holders, formal education settings.

Outcome 2: A clearer and richer understanding of how changes in access and availability of local community venues have affected disadvantaged families who have children under school age. 

Stakeholders/audiences: parents, the people of these wards, community and social workers, local authorities, budget holders, formal education settings, early years research centres.

Outcome 3: New knowledge about how to sustain and enhance informal and family learning in disadvantaged urban neighbourhoods through offering creative and cultural enrichment experiences in public places/spaces which have the ability to impact on children’s learning outcomes and school readiness.

Stakeholders/audiences: parents, the people of these wards, community and social workers, local authorities, budget holders, formal education settings, early years research centres, local and national policy makers and service providers, early years research centres, local and national policy makers.

Outcome 4: Transferable knowledge to inform the development of enhanced informal and family learning opportunities in public spaces/places in disadvantaged local neighbourhoods which has capacity to improve school readiness for disadvantaged young children.

Stakeholders/audiences: parents, the people of these wards, community and social workers, local authorities, budget holders, formal education settings, local and national policy makers.

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