Our services and partner organisations
We want to improve the lives of all children in Scotland.
In order to achieve this we offer special services and partner with organisations that provide practical support, advice and representation for children, young people, parents and families throughout Scotland.
Reach offers advice to young people who need support to get the most out of their education. Run by Enquire, the website has practical tips on what can help as well as young people sharing their views and experiences on a range of life issues.
My Rights, My Say is a support service which provides advice and information, advocacy support (for children to prepare for and understand the consequences of their own and their parents use of rights), legal representation for Tribunal references and a service which independently seeks children’s views to inform decision-making.
The National Parent Forum of Scotland works in partnership with national and local government and other organisations involved in education and child wellbeing issues to ensure parents play a full and equal role in education. Its overall aim is to help every child maximise their potential through their school life.
Parenting across Scotland is a partnership of charities offering support to children and families in Scotland. It focuses on parenting issues, working to realise its vision: A Scotland where all parents and families are valued and supported to give children the best possible start in life.
Working together means we have a stronger voice and can offer more to children, young people and families.
Also part of our network are Play Scotland and Together (Scottish Alliance for Children’s Rights), who share office space with us.