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General overview

Stage of development: Implementation

Policy sector: Education

Date outcomes contract signed: Apr 2019

Start date of service provision: Jun 2019

Anticipated completion date: Sep 2025

Capital raised (minimum): GBP 100k (USD 127.62k)

Max potential outcome payment: GBP 1.11m

Service users: 150 individuals


Narrow the gap in school readiness between vulnerable children and their better off peers through a Parent Child Home Programme.

Target population

Families with a child aged 2-3 in Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster who do not meet age related goals on speech and language, and social-personal skills assessed by the Ages and Stages Questionnaire during the national 2-year old checks.



  • United Kingdom

Service delivery locations

  • Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (London)
  • Westminster City Council (London)

Involved organisations

Configuration of contracting parties:

  • Direct contract between outcome payer and provider

Commissioners/outcome payers

Service Providers


Intermediary organisations

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Outcome metrics

  • (Outcome one, metric one) Speech and language skills at ASQ level for 94 children within 16 months of starting the project
  • (Outcome one, metric two) Social-personal skills at ASQ level for 94 children within 16 months of starting the project;
  • (Outcome one, metric one) Speech and language skills at EYFS level for 77 children within 39 months of starting the project; Estimated time from beginning of intervention to end of reception
  • (Outcome one, metric two) Social-personal-emotional skills at EYFS level for 77 children within 39 months of starting the project; Estimated time from beginning of intervention
  • (Outcome two, metric one) Parental self efficacy increased by 5% over 15 months of the project compared to baseline assessment for 94 beneficiaries;
  • (Outcome three, metric one) 150 beneficiaries initially engaging with the programme;
  • (Outcome three, metric two) 98 beneficiaries completing the first cycle of the programme;
  • (Outcome three, metric three) 94 beneficiaries completing the second cycle of the programme;
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