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Children's Services

Reports

EarlyON Child & Family Centres – Annual Report

EarlyON Child & Family Centres are dedicated to supporting the relationships between families and their children by giving them a place where they can come together and engage in positive, meaningful experiences.  These reports provide information on the usage of EarlyON Centres in the District of Nipissing. 

 

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PDF Document 2020 Earlyon Annual Report Download 
EarlyON 2020 Report Summary
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PDF Document EarlyON Annual Report 2019 Download 
PDF Document Early On Annual Report 2018 Download 

Early Development Instrument (EDI)

The Early Development Instrument (EDI) is a population based measure developed by the Offord Centre for Child Studies at McMaster University. This questionnaire is completed by Senior Kindergarten teachers in the second half of the year (February/March) and is designed to measure a child’s ability to meet age-appropriate developmental milestones at school entry.

The EDI measures children’s developmental health across five domains: Physical Health & Well-Being, Social Competence, Emotional Maturity, Language & Cognitive Development, and Communication Skills & General Knowledge. 

Click below to view a brief overview of the results of the EDI for 2018 or to download the full report.

 

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PDF Document 2018 EDI Report Download 
2018 EDI Executive Summary

Pre-Kindergarten Experiences Survey (PKES)

The Pre-Kindergarten Experiences Survey is for parents or guardians of children entering school for the first time. The survey helps us better understand the environments, relationships, and services that impact children and families' overall health and well-being.

The first implementation of the PKES was conducted in 2020.  Click below to view the results of the survey or to download the infographic.

 

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PDF Document PKES 2020 Infograph Download 

Kindergarten Parent Survey (KPS)

The Kindergarten Parent Survey (KPS) was developed by the Offord Centre for Child Studies at McMaster University and is intended to be used as a companion to the Early Development Instrument (EDI) results. The KPS 2018 was completed by parents or guardians of Junior Kindergarten (JK) and Senior Kindergarten (SK) students in the spring of 2018, and includes topics such as child care, pre-kindergarten experiences, health and wellness, and parenting challenges. The results of the KPS provide valuable insight into the needs of families with young children in our district, and help in understanding how community factors can influence child development.

Click below to view a brief overview of the results of the KPS for 2018 or to download the full report.

 

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PDF Document 2018 KPS Report Download