Please use the following email addresses to get in touch with our departments, department heads, teams, services and partner organisations.
Engagement & Learning department
Engagement & Learning encompasses our events and comms teams, membership and business development.
Simon Massey is Joint Interim Chief Executive and Head of Engagement & Learning. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our comms team oversees our brand identity, digital presence, media and print profile and membership communications.
Learning & Events team
The Learning & Events team lead our learning offer for the children’s sector.
We work to represent the interests of the children's sector as the largest national children's sector membership organisation in Scotland.
Finance and Human Resources
Policy, Projects & Participation (PPP) department
The PPP department leads on policy development and influencing work as well as a wide variety of projects, and champions our approach to the involvement of children and young people.
Amy Woodhouse is Joint Interim Chief Executive and Head of Policy, Projects & Participation. Email: email@example.com
We manage a range of services focused on additional support for learning:
Enquire is the Scottish advice service for additional support for learning.
Managed by Enquire, Reach strengthens understanding of how young people can be involved in decisions so they have an equal chance to flourish in their education.
My Rights, My Say
The My Rights, My Say service supports the rights of children aged 12-15 with additional support needs to have a say in their education.
An independent mediation service for parents and carers of children and young people with additional support needs.
Sally Cavers is Joint Interim Chief Executive and Head of Inclusion. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We manage two funds, focused on funding of inclusive childcare and making childcare more accessible and affordable, particularly for low income families.
The Early Learning and Childcare Inclusion Fund
The ELC Inclusion Fund provides funding to ELC settings to support children with additional support needs (ASN) in Scotland to access their funded ELC entitlement. Staff working in ELC settings can apply for funding for training, resources, equipment and adaptations to support children with ASN within their setting.
The Access to Childcare Fund
This fund supports childcare solutions that enable more accessible and affordable childcare for families and help reduce barriers parents and carers experience in accessing childcare. Its aim is to make services more accessible and affordable for low-income families, particularly the six identified priority family groups most at risk from living in poverty as set out in the Scottish Government's Tackling Child Poverty Delivery Plan.