Relationships, sexual health and parenthood (RSHP) education in autism24 Oct
This training workshop looks at the importance of RSHP and helps you gain confidence in supporting children and young people with autism.
Supporting parenting in the early years25 Oct
This training workshop will look at challenging behaviours in the early years, with a focus in the impact of adult behaviour on young children.
Mindfulness work with children and young people: Module 129 Oct
This course shows how mindfulness can be used to support our young people through difficult situations in a calm and mindful manner.
How to build a brand and help your organisation communicate with impact30 Oct
Last year Children in Scotland’s communications team led on the development and launch of a new brand for the organisation. In this half-day workshop, the team will share their learning from the experience, with a focus on how to strengthen external understanding of your organisation and raise profile through improved strategic communications.
Study Visit to Finland 1st-5th Oct 201801 Oct
Scandinavian countries have long been held in high esteem for their approach to – and successes in – education and childcare. Most recently, Finland has emerged as a leader on the world stage, ranking in the top ten in a recent OECD study of education systems. This study trip will focus on sharing best practice in education and learning, as well as covering other fascinating projects, policies and interventions that support children and young people in their everyday lives.
Get listening: building healthy relationships with children and young people01 Oct
This interactive training workshop will explore the positive impacts of active listening on your communication with the children, young people and families you work with, and will provide you with the necessary skills to build healthy relationships.
Developing better environments and learning for two-years-olds03 Oct
Funded early learning and childcare was extended to some two-year-olds in 2015. Although children develop at different rates, the overall developmental changes between the ages of two and three can be enormous.
The teenage brain: implications for behaviour and learning04 Oct
This workshop will focus on the adolescent brain and how it develops. It will explore why teenagers behave as they do, how they learn, and how they make decisions about their lives. You will learn how best to engage in these areas to ensure our young people receive the support they need to become healthy and happy individuals.
Voices Forum Meeting: Planning to Act08 Oct
As the Planning (Scotland) Bill enters Stage 2, this meeting of the Voices Forum will give our members the opportunity to learn more about the planning system and to feed into our influencing work and ensure that the system is best placed to support children and young people.
Free event: CHANGE Knowledge Exchange 201808 Oct
We are delighted to invite you to our 2nd knowledge exchange event for the CHANGE: Childcare and Nurture Glasgow East project. This event is for anyone who has an interest in contributing to discussion about supporting childcare and play services for children and families.
Sharing the impact and challenges of parental engagement09 Oct
This interactive session is designed as a follow up to the Raising attainment through parental engagement training (though prior participation is not a pre-requisite). It will demonstrate how a group coaching model can be used effectively to bring about transformational change in the way that schools engage parents and families.
Trauma, complex trauma, symptoms and recovery: a seminar with Betsy de Thierry10 Oct
This seminar will help you understand trauma and its short and long-term impact on a child's development.
Children in Scotland 25th Anniversary Networking Event10 Oct
We’re excited to announce a special networking event to mark our 25th birthday and look to the future.
Child protection for all: an introduction and refresher11 Oct
This training offers an overview of child protection, and will equip you with the skills to act appropriately and confidently with the children and young people you work with.
Foundations of Literacy: A seminar with Sue Palmer12 Oct
This seminar draws on research in speech and language therapy, developmental psychology, literacy, music, storytelling, physical development and play, to explore ‘literacy readiness’ between the ages of three and seven.
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