PEEP Programme

What is the peep learning together programme?



The Learning Together Programme (LTP) aims to help parents and carers to:

  • value and extend learning opportunities in everyday life
  • improve the quality of the Home Learning Environment
  • develop secure attachment relationships with their babies and children
  • gain nationally-recognised units based on supporting their child's learning and development.

By supporting parents/carers, the programme aims to improve children’s:

  • personal, social and emotional development
  • communication and language
  • early literacy 
  • early numeracy 
  • health and physical development.

How the programme supports practitioners, parents and carers with children’s learning

Our evidence-based Learning Together Programme values and extends what parents/carers already do. Using the ORIM framework (Opportunities, Recognition, Interaction, Modelling), it helps strengthen adult-child relationships, building children’s self-esteem and emotional self-regulation. The Programme offers key ideas and activities relating to the five strands of child development listed above, that practitioners can share with parents/carers and their children. Each strand covers about 15 topics. Practitioners (and parents) can choose which and how many topics they want to focus on, depending on local needs and interests. Have a look at some examples of topics.