Bristol Standard Network Meetings.
Bristol Standard Family Conference – Thursday 22nd September 2017
Bristol Standard Network Meeting
This two hour meeting will offer an opportunity to receive help and advice from Bristol Standard mentors as well as to network and share ideas with other settings in your locality who are also on the Bristol Standard journey.
The Bristol Standard Bristol Annual Update training - June 2016.
Nursery World magazine features Sue Cowley who uses the Bristol Standard framework to support reflective practice in her setting. Read more here...
Every year The Bristol Standard hold mandatory update training for Bristol Standard mentors and validators. Nicky Bale has written this article about the latest training event which can be downloaded here.
Download the 4Children guide for parents here:
Read the latest Bristol Standard Newsletter!
The Bristol Standard has published a short guide:
Bristol Standard Celebration Stories
The Bristol Standard has released an inspirational collection of stories which are now available to view in a new e-book. Click here to view.
The Bristol Standard Celebration Evening was held at Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery on Thursday 13th November.
Read the full report here.
The Bristol Standard Development Group has announced the publication of the Quality Improvement Framework for Family Support. This is now available to download in full here.
Launch of the Bristol Standard for Play Provision 3rd Edition - click here for more details
Plymouth launches the Bristol Standard for Play
Carol Gallini, Childcare co-ordinator for Plymouth City Council, leads on the Bristol Standard for the Play sector in Plymouth and contributed to the review of the document. There have been two launch events following the publication of the third edition. Thirty providers attended a network meeting for Out of School and Holiday Club Providers. The second event was a presentation to 71 leaders and managers. All folders were distributed and Carol will now be running an induction for all settings that expressed an interest in starting the Bristol Standard.
The Bristol Standard
The Bristol Standard Development Group has announced the publication of the Quality Improvement Framework for Family Support. More information is available here.
We have recently updated all information and forms on the Bristol City Council website. Please visit the council website to view the most up to date information.
The Bristol Standard Family Conference 2016
About The Bristol Standard
The Bristol Standard is recognised nationally as an outstanding self-evaluation framework and the benefits and impact of its approach have been well evidenced. Through team reflection and discussion, the strengths of the setting are celebrated and future priorities become clear. The Bristol Standard enables practitioners to talk more knowledgeably about what they do, why they do it and the difference it is making for children and families in their care. Settings who engage with the process are more likely to be judged as good or better.
Framework for Play Settings
The Bristol Standard has a framework for Play settings which is supported by mentors from BAND. The framework can be used by after school clubs, breakfast clubs, holiday clubs and childminders. We often get joint submissions from settings where they have early years and play provision. A play setting that has engaged with the Bristol Standard and recently been successful at validation is KHASS. Read more...
The Bristol Standard Development Group was pleased to work in collaboration with St Paul’s Children’s Centre and Teaching School to write the Amazing Communicator’s supplement. This follows the courses that ran at the teaching school during 2016. The booklet can be used in conjunction with your current submission to support in-depth reflection in Dimensions 2, 3 and 5 or can be used as a separate focus in your Interim 2 year. If you would like further advice on how to use the materials please contact Nicky Bale firstname.lastname@example.org