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Yopa extends support of Children in Scotland after a successful year of partnership working

...the children’s sector to push forward progress in areas such as mental health and wellbeing, Learning and inclusivity and children’s rights. Verona Frankish, CEO of Yopa, said: “The Yopa Scotland team works at the heart of our local...


Children in Scotland welcomes ban on single use vapes

...advice and representation for children and families Click here for more Learning opportunities 2024 Discover our Learning programme for the year ahead Click here for more Our 2021-26...


Embedding the principles of The Promise

...who missed the conference, here, David explores how our rights-based policy work, training and Learning opportunities, support services, and participation projects are leading the way for change. As an organisation dedicated to giving all...


Looking to upskill your staff? Discover how commissioned training is helping charities across Scotland

...key objectives, and fit education into busy schedules, Children in Scotland offers a wide range of Learning opportunities – and one of the most popular is commissioned training. We offer commissioned training (click here for more) on a vast range...


Explore Therapeutic Life Story Work as Diploma course launches for 2024

...Story Work, however, from the outset I recall it being such a welcoming, inclusive, and nurturing Learning environment that I felt right at home.    Richard Rose has a wealth of knowledge at his disposal, along with a variety of guest speakers -...


2023 highlights: reflecting on a milestone year

...and celebrating successes. From launching new participation projects to creating innovative Learning programmes, supporting our growing membership community to championing the inclusion of young voices, it has been a busy year here at...


Supporting women, fighting for change: Glasgow Women's Aid marks 50 years

...inside the latest issue. Illustration by Ally McKay Click here to read The Learning Guide: July-December 2023 Discover the latest Learning opportunities Click here to read Join us in...


Further phase of national arts funding announced, as Access All Arts report launches

...a range of barriers to the arts, improving their mental health and wellbeing and encouraging new Learning opportunities. We are really looking forward to delivering the Fund for a third year in 2024, and again seeing the many creative ways in...


Looking to the future with Changing our World

...engaged and diverse membership (click here to read). Alongside this is our 2021-26 Manifesto, with Learning, rights and democracy, economic planning and the environment leading our calls for change (click here to read). Changing our...


Advocating for the rights of children – and using their voices to make change

...Here, Lucy Johnson, explains more. As Scotland’s advice service for additional support for Learning, Enquire has advocated for children and young people in Scotland to be supported, included and listened to throughout their education since...


Plans, opportunities and offers: Children in Scotland's Annual Conference 2024

...Children in Scotland's flagship event returning in 2024, the organisation's Head of Engagement and Learning, Simon Massey, discusses the event's aims and the planning that's taking place After a two-year break due to the pandemic, our flagship...


Pupil Support Staff Learning Programme 

... Pupil Support Staff Learning Programme March 2023-Present Funding from The Promise Partnership's Keep The Promise Fund is providing us with the opportunity to deliver an exciting new project over the next two years. We plan to develop and...


Leaders of Learning (2013-16)

... Leaders of Learning (2013-2016) Leaders of Learning (LoL) was a three phase Scottish Government-funded project, developed and delivered by Children in Scotland, Young Scot and Scottish Youth Parliament. The Children's Parliament was also...


NHS Education for Scotland Foetal Alcohol Harm E-Learning Resource (2012)

... NHS Education for Scotland Foetal Alcohol Harm E-Learning Resource This project ran during 2012. Children in Scotland developed the content for an e-Learning resource with NHS Education for Scotland (NES) Foetal Alcohol Harm. The resource...


Better Eating, Better Learning: a project about food in Scotland's schools (2015)

... Better Eating, Better Learning: a project about food in Scotland's schools (2015) The Better Eating, Better Learning (BEBL) project consulted with children and young people to inform recommendations for the development of school food...


Learning the secrets of the Netherlands' success

... Learning the secrets of the Netherlands’ success 10 February 2020 Caroline Vink, Senior Advisor at the Netherlands Institute, is supporting our study visit to the country at the start of next month. Here she tells us what delegates will get...

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Learning

... Learning Over the past two years, as a result of Covid, our training has been made available through a programme of webinars, but we're now delighted to be offering a mix of online and in-person events. Click here to explore our Learning...


Progress on additional support for Learning must be accelerated in wake of the pandemic

... Progress on additional support for Learning "must accelerate in wake of the pandemic" 19 November 2021 The pace of progress on improving additional support for Learning provision must increase as the country continues to respond to and...

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Booking opens for unique online Learning Week

... Booking opens for unique online Learning Week 19 February 2021 Booking is now open for our first ever Children in Scotland Learning Week. Our unique five-day online event will bring together a range of experts and organisations to share...

CPD events Learning week training

New film shares Learning from early years family support partnership project

... New film shares Learning from early years family support partnership project 8 December 2020 A new film about the Learning and recommendations that emerged from Children in Scotland’s Open Kindergartens early years family support project is...

Early years early years policy family family centres family support Midlothian Nordic Norway open kindergartens Parenting across Scotland University of Stirling young children

Back to school: the challenges of Learning after lockdown, and how we can help

... Back to school: the challenges of Learning after lockdown, and how we can help 11 Aug 2020 11 August 2020 Cat Thomson explains how Enquire, the Scottish advice service for additional support for Learning, is helping families as schools...


"This is a great way for us to share what we’ve learned, but it's also about Learning to be kind to ourselves"

... "This is a great way for us to share what we’ve learned, but it's also about Learning to be kind to ourselves" 24 July 2020 Corrie McLean of Three Sisters Consultancy has been leading a series of webinars this month focused on supporting...


“We cannot witness another generation of young people going through this” – our staff share project Learning in response to latest child poverty research

...cannot witness another generation of young people going through this” – our staff share Learning in response to latest child poverty research 28 May 2020 Children in Scotland has responded to  new research showing a marked rise in...


Young citizens: Why Learning about freedom of expression and digital rights should start at school

Changes to our Learning programme announced

... Changes to spring Learning programme announced 20 March 2020 Children in Scotland has announced changes to its Learning programme as a result of Covid-19, including the launch of a new webinar series. Click here to access all of our...

Covid-19 events training webinars

Is the child really at the centre of early Learning and childcare?

... Is the child really at the centre of early Learning and childcare? 5 September 2019 A recent seminar led by developmental psychologist Dr Suzanne Zeedyk raised vital questions about our approach to the early years, writes Sally Cavers,...


25 Calls response: Becoming an 'Unfeartie' is just the first step of Learning – join us as we stand up for rights.

...to know, understand and respect children's rights. Becoming an Unfeartie is just the first step of Learning. Join us as we stand up for rights. Clare MacGillivray, from Fa'side Women's Group, is responding here to Call 23 of our 25 Calls campaign....

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Children in Scotland to manage new Early Learning and Childcare Inclusion Fund

... Children in Scotland to manage new Early Learning and Childcare Inclusion Fund Children in Scotland will manage a new fund aimed at supporting early Learning and childcare settings to meet the needs of children with additional support...

additional support needs childcare early learning funding

Family voices ‘should shape policy' on food, Learning and holidays

... Family voices ‘should shape policy' on food, Learning and holidays In a letter published in the Herald newspaper today, our Chief Executive Jackie Brock responded to a call by the Scottish Conservatives that schools should stay open as...

Education Families Food Jackie Brock News Policy Scottish Government Scottish Parliament Westminster

Physical appearance, sexual identity and Learning disabilities ‘the key factors’ in bullying at school

... Physical appearance, sexual identity and Learning disabilities ‘the key factors’ in bullying at school Children experiencing bullying and harassment in Scottish schools are targeted on the basis of physical appearance, sexuality and...

Children Children's rights Families Scottish Schools Staff Support Wellbeing

Ongoing issues with delivery of Additional Support for Learning, new report reveals

... Ongoing issues with delivery of additional support for Learning, new report reveals 5 Jul 2023 A new report from Children in Scotland reiterates ongoing issues with the delivery of additional support for Learning and calls on Scottish...


Launching the Building Good Relationships eLearning module

... Launching the Building Good Relationships eLearning module 6 Mar 2023 The Learning & Events team at Children in Scotland is delighted to launch the Building Good Relationships with Children and Young People eLearning course. The module is...


Mirrors and windows - why representing LGBT people, their lives and histories is vital within teaching and Learning

...and windows - why representing LGBT people, their lives and histories is vital within teaching and Learning 14 Feb 2023 Jordan Daly, Co-Founder/Director of Time for Inclusive Education (TIE) on the chance for our young people to learn about and...


Launching a new way to support child rights and additional support for Learning

... Launching a new way to support child rights and additional support for Learning 19 January 2021 Children in Scotland's Head of Inclusion Sally Cavers on supporting child rights and additional support for Learning with the launch of the My...


Insight: Responding to the need for connection and Learning

... Insight: Responding to the need for connection and Learning 1 May 2020 Learning & Events Manager, Karin Mckenny, explains how we've adapted our training to support the workforce during the pandemic As I write this from my kitchen table,...


Learning Week 2021 - Transcripts

... Learning Week 2021 - Transcripts and resources Here are the transcripts and resources to accompany our Learning Week 2021, which took place Monday 22-26 March 2021. A creative approach to support mental health Dekko Comics Mental...


Trustees Week Q&A: Jude Turbyne

...Foundation – what it stands for and how it does what it does. It is also a very reflective and Learning organisation. The board is a space where there is the opportunity for healthy and interesting discussions on a whole range of topics. But...

board CEO charity chief executive corra. corra foundation Jude Turbyne Learning professional development trustees trustees week

Design is for everyone

... Design is for everyone 16 December 2021 Head of Learning at V&A Dundee, Jo Mawdsley, on how good design can bring us together, foster wellbeing and strengthen partnerships Design shapes our world. It's part of everyday life and it's...

community creativity design Health Learning Wellbeing

Encouraging moves on participation, and a promise to hold parliament to account

...better. These range from the Inclusion Ambassadors’ perspectives on how additional support for Learning in schools could be improved, to our young people’s advisory group Changing our World’s prioritising of the environment as a key issue...

Arts calls citizens' assemblies democracy Education Election Learning manifest Participation Policy rights Scottish Government Scottish Parliament

“Children don’t need shorter holidays or longer school days. They need more play”

...in Scotland’s Access to Childcare Fund – explains why play is so fundamental to childhood and Learning. This article was originally published by Inspiring Scotland as one of their practitioner guides resources There has never been a more...

academic access to childcare fund childcare community Learning out of school care outcomes play School skills

2021-26 Manifesto launches with calls to put wellbeing at the heart of Scottish budget, include under-16s in Citizens’ Assemblies, target air pollution and introduce a ‘hobby premium’

...of the Manifesto It contains 10 themes and 33 calls, with demands of political parties including: Learning Drawing on the experience in Finland to introduce a ‘hobby premium’ to ensure that all children and young people in Scotland have free...

budget Child protection community democracy economy Education environment equality Inequality Learning Manifesto Poverty rights Scottish Parliament UNCRC Wellbeing

To support children in the fight against this virus, we need your voices, knowledge and expertise

...members and wider network have to say and sharing the best possible opportunities, resources and Learning to support children and families. This is a time where we should be drawing on our best democratic instincts but also engaging in...

engagement events Learning membership network

Events team scoops three major awards following record-breaking year

... Recognition for Learning and events programme as team scoops three major awards Children in Scotland’s Learning and Events team won an unprecedented three awards at last night’s prestigious EventIt E Awards held at Edinburgh’s Assembly...

CPD events Learning training

School pupils' views on STEM: Engineering and Maths 'need boost'

...and young people’s experiences of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)-related Learning and their understanding of STEM jobs, also concluded that: more women need to be encouraged to become Science, Technology, Engineering...

Education Learning News Scottish Government Scottish Parliament

Scouts Scotland extends human rights Learning badge

... Magazine / News: Scouts Scotland extends human rights Learning badge Posted 19.05.23 by Alice Hinds Children's rights early Learning human rights The Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland and Scouts...

Children's rights early learning human rights

CHANGE: Learning summaries

... Learning summaries The team produced a series of useful Learning summaries. Click the heading to download each summary as a PDF. What have we learned so far? The CHANGE Hub What have we learned so far? The CHANGE Approach What have we learned...


Leading and Learning on inclusion

...Leading and Learning on inclusion 11 Dec 2018 A recent meeting in Vienna discussed important research, resources and progress in inclusive education across Europe, as Sally Cavers reports Mary Hoey, Assistant Director of Education Scotland,...


Call 6: Rights, wellbeing and love of Learning must be at the heart of education if Scotland is truly to be the 'best place to grow up'

... Call 6: Rights, wellbeing and love of Learning must be at the heart of education if Scotland is truly to be the 'best place to grow up' By Elaine Kerridge Child rights and wellbeing must be at the heart of education in Scotland and...


Call 22: Build wellbeing into the design of our Learning spaces to show young people they are truly valued

... Call 22: Build wellbeing into the design of our Learning spaces to show young people they are truly valued By Diarmaid Lawlor Equity and excellence drive education in Scotland. They influence how we choose to close the attainment gap,...


The Early Learning & Childcare (ELC) Inclusion Fund

... Our work Services & Funds Early Learning & Childcare (ELC) Inclusion Fund The Scottish Government’s four-year Early Learning & Childcare Inclusion Fund came to an end in March 2022.  We are currently (as of June 2022) working with...


Call for Evidence: Review of the Implementation of Additional Support for Learning in Scotland (December 2019)

...Scottish Government's call for views on the Review of the Implementation of Additional Support for Learning in Scotland. Closing date: December...


Consultation Response: Early Learning and Childcare Service Model for 2020 (Aug 2018)

...Children in Scotland responded to the Scottish Government's consultation on Early Learning and...


eLearning Hub

... Learning Our eLearning Hub Bringing together a range of Learning courses to inspire and inform Launched in December 2020, Children in Scotland’s eLearning Hub provides a range of online programmes in collaboration with organisations and...


eLearning Hub

Review of Additional Support for Learning

... Support for Learning: All our Children and All their Potential 19 Jun 2020 A woman called Angela Morgan was asked by John Swinney, the Deputy First Minister, and the Scottish Government to find out how well additional support for Learning was...


In-house training: long-term Learning

... In-house training: long-term Learning Take staff Learning and development off your mind and let us handle everything. We can help you develop a long-term training programme to continue to build the knowledge, skills and confidence of your...


Our Trainers & Speakers

... Our trainers & Speakers Trainers & Speakers The Learning & Events team works with handpicked trainers to create our diverse programme. They include current practitioners and service managers, leading experts in niche areas, and...


Launch of Children's Pocket Garden Design competition

...the public will then be able to vote for their favourite garden. Eve Keepax, Education and Learning Officer at Keep Scotland Beautiful, said: “We’re pleased to announce our ninth Pocket Garden Design Competition with its new theme....

design Education environment schools

David Yule

...people. David has completed an MSc in Social Policy & Research and has since applied this Learning within the children's rights sector working on projects to enhance children and young people's meaningful participation in local and...

yule

Diploma in Therapeutic Life Story Work

... Learning Professional Diploma Therapeutic Life Story Work To apply for TLSW 24/25 download the application pack below and email to events@childreninscotland.org.uk Application Pack TLSW 24/25 For the past three decades, Therapeutic Life...


Nominations open for Bookbug Hero Award 2024

...you need to know Posted 13.10.23 by Alice Hinds Children Early years Learning libraries practitioners reading young people The Scottish Book Trust has launched the fifth annual Bookbug Hero...

Children Early years Learning libraries practitioners reading young people

Funding confirmed for youth music programmes

...funding confirmed by Scottish Government Posted 25.05.23 by Alice Hinds funding Learning music Scottish Schools From pipe bands to singing workshops, thousands of young musicians will continue to benefit from...

funding Learning music Scottish Schools


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Yopa extends support of Children in Scotland after a successful year of partnership working

...the children’s sector to push forward progress in areas such as mental health and wellbeing, Learning and inclusivity and children’s rights. Verona Frankish, CEO of Yopa, said: “The Yopa Scotland team works at the heart of our local...


Children in Scotland welcomes ban on single use vapes

...advice and representation for children and families Click here for more Learning opportunities 2024 Discover our Learning programme for the year ahead Click here for more Our 2021-26...


Embedding the principles of The Promise

...who missed the conference, here, David explores how our rights-based policy work, training and Learning opportunities, support services, and participation projects are leading the way for change. As an organisation dedicated to giving all...


Looking to upskill your staff? Discover how commissioned training is helping charities across Scotland

...key objectives, and fit education into busy schedules, Children in Scotland offers a wide range of Learning opportunities – and one of the most popular is commissioned training. We offer commissioned training (click here for more) on a vast range...


Explore Therapeutic Life Story Work as Diploma course launches for 2024

...Story Work, however, from the outset I recall it being such a welcoming, inclusive, and nurturing Learning environment that I felt right at home.    Richard Rose has a wealth of knowledge at his disposal, along with a variety of guest speakers -...


2023 highlights: reflecting on a milestone year

...and celebrating successes. From launching new participation projects to creating innovative Learning programmes, supporting our growing membership community to championing the inclusion of young voices, it has been a busy year here at...


Supporting women, fighting for change: Glasgow Women's Aid marks 50 years

...inside the latest issue. Illustration by Ally McKay Click here to read The Learning Guide: July-December 2023 Discover the latest Learning opportunities Click here to read Join us in...


Further phase of national arts funding announced, as Access All Arts report launches

...a range of barriers to the arts, improving their mental health and wellbeing and encouraging new Learning opportunities. We are really looking forward to delivering the Fund for a third year in 2024, and again seeing the many creative ways in...


Looking to the future with Changing our World

...engaged and diverse membership (click here to read). Alongside this is our 2021-26 Manifesto, with Learning, rights and democracy, economic planning and the environment leading our calls for change (click here to read). Changing our...


Advocating for the rights of children – and using their voices to make change

...Here, Lucy Johnson, explains more. As Scotland’s advice service for additional support for Learning, Enquire has advocated for children and young people in Scotland to be supported, included and listened to throughout their education since...


Plans, opportunities and offers: Children in Scotland's Annual Conference 2024

...Children in Scotland's flagship event returning in 2024, the organisation's Head of Engagement and Learning, Simon Massey, discusses the event's aims and the planning that's taking place After a two-year break due to the pandemic, our flagship...


Learning the secrets of the Netherlands' success

... Learning the secrets of the Netherlands’ success 10 February 2020 Caroline Vink, Senior Advisor at the Netherlands Institute, is supporting our study visit to the country at the start of next month. Here she tells us what delegates will get...

care Education inclusion netherlands Wellbeing workforce

Progress on additional support for Learning must be accelerated in wake of the pandemic

... Progress on additional support for Learning "must accelerate in wake of the pandemic" 19 November 2021 The pace of progress on improving additional support for Learning provision must increase as the country continues to respond to and...

additional support for learning ASL ASL review ASN inclusion

Booking opens for unique online Learning Week

... Booking opens for unique online Learning Week 19 February 2021 Booking is now open for our first ever Children in Scotland Learning Week. Our unique five-day online event will bring together a range of experts and organisations to share...

CPD events Learning week training

New film shares Learning from early years family support partnership project

... New film shares Learning from early years family support partnership project 8 December 2020 A new film about the Learning and recommendations that emerged from Children in Scotland’s Open Kindergartens early years family support project is...

Early years early years policy family family centres family support Midlothian Nordic Norway open kindergartens Parenting across Scotland University of Stirling young children

Back to school: the challenges of Learning after lockdown, and how we can help

... Back to school: the challenges of Learning after lockdown, and how we can help 11 Aug 2020 11 August 2020 Cat Thomson explains how Enquire, the Scottish advice service for additional support for Learning, is helping families as schools...


"This is a great way for us to share what we’ve learned, but it's also about Learning to be kind to ourselves"

... "This is a great way for us to share what we’ve learned, but it's also about Learning to be kind to ourselves" 24 July 2020 Corrie McLean of Three Sisters Consultancy has been leading a series of webinars this month focused on supporting...


“We cannot witness another generation of young people going through this” – our staff share project Learning in response to latest child poverty research

...cannot witness another generation of young people going through this” – our staff share Learning in response to latest child poverty research 28 May 2020 Children in Scotland has responded to  new research showing a marked rise in...


Young citizens: Why Learning about freedom of expression and digital rights should start at school

Changes to our Learning programme announced

... Changes to spring Learning programme announced 20 March 2020 Children in Scotland has announced changes to its Learning programme as a result of Covid-19, including the launch of a new webinar series. Click here to access all of our...

Covid-19 events training webinars

Is the child really at the centre of early Learning and childcare?

... Is the child really at the centre of early Learning and childcare? 5 September 2019 A recent seminar led by developmental psychologist Dr Suzanne Zeedyk raised vital questions about our approach to the early years, writes Sally Cavers,...


25 Calls response: Becoming an 'Unfeartie' is just the first step of Learning – join us as we stand up for rights.

...to know, understand and respect children's rights. Becoming an Unfeartie is just the first step of Learning. Join us as we stand up for rights. Clare MacGillivray, from Fa'side Women's Group, is responding here to Call 23 of our 25 Calls campaign....

25calls

Children in Scotland to manage new Early Learning and Childcare Inclusion Fund

... Children in Scotland to manage new Early Learning and Childcare Inclusion Fund Children in Scotland will manage a new fund aimed at supporting early Learning and childcare settings to meet the needs of children with additional support...

additional support needs childcare early learning funding

Family voices ‘should shape policy' on food, Learning and holidays

... Family voices ‘should shape policy' on food, Learning and holidays In a letter published in the Herald newspaper today, our Chief Executive Jackie Brock responded to a call by the Scottish Conservatives that schools should stay open as...

Education Families Food Jackie Brock News Policy Scottish Government Scottish Parliament Westminster

Physical appearance, sexual identity and Learning disabilities ‘the key factors’ in bullying at school

... Physical appearance, sexual identity and Learning disabilities ‘the key factors’ in bullying at school Children experiencing bullying and harassment in Scottish schools are targeted on the basis of physical appearance, sexuality and...

Children Children's rights Families Scottish Schools Staff Support Wellbeing

Ongoing issues with delivery of Additional Support for Learning, new report reveals

... Ongoing issues with delivery of additional support for Learning, new report reveals 5 Jul 2023 A new report from Children in Scotland reiterates ongoing issues with the delivery of additional support for Learning and calls on Scottish...


Launching the Building Good Relationships eLearning module

... Launching the Building Good Relationships eLearning module 6 Mar 2023 The Learning & Events team at Children in Scotland is delighted to launch the Building Good Relationships with Children and Young People eLearning course. The module is...


Mirrors and windows - why representing LGBT people, their lives and histories is vital within teaching and Learning

...and windows - why representing LGBT people, their lives and histories is vital within teaching and Learning 14 Feb 2023 Jordan Daly, Co-Founder/Director of Time for Inclusive Education (TIE) on the chance for our young people to learn about and...


Launching a new way to support child rights and additional support for Learning

... Launching a new way to support child rights and additional support for Learning 19 January 2021 Children in Scotland's Head of Inclusion Sally Cavers on supporting child rights and additional support for Learning with the launch of the My...


Insight: Responding to the need for connection and Learning

... Insight: Responding to the need for connection and Learning 1 May 2020 Learning & Events Manager, Karin Mckenny, explains how we've adapted our training to support the workforce during the pandemic As I write this from my kitchen table,...


Trustees Week Q&A: Jude Turbyne

...Foundation – what it stands for and how it does what it does. It is also a very reflective and Learning organisation. The board is a space where there is the opportunity for healthy and interesting discussions on a whole range of topics. But...

board CEO charity chief executive corra. corra foundation Jude Turbyne Learning professional development trustees trustees week

Design is for everyone

... Design is for everyone 16 December 2021 Head of Learning at V&A Dundee, Jo Mawdsley, on how good design can bring us together, foster wellbeing and strengthen partnerships Design shapes our world. It's part of everyday life and it's...

community creativity design Health Learning Wellbeing

Encouraging moves on participation, and a promise to hold parliament to account

...better. These range from the Inclusion Ambassadors’ perspectives on how additional support for Learning in schools could be improved, to our young people’s advisory group Changing our World’s prioritising of the environment as a key issue...

Arts calls citizens' assemblies democracy Education Election Learning manifest Participation Policy rights Scottish Government Scottish Parliament

“Children don’t need shorter holidays or longer school days. They need more play”

...in Scotland’s Access to Childcare Fund – explains why play is so fundamental to childhood and Learning. This article was originally published by Inspiring Scotland as one of their practitioner guides resources There has never been a more...

academic access to childcare fund childcare community Learning out of school care outcomes play School skills

2021-26 Manifesto launches with calls to put wellbeing at the heart of Scottish budget, include under-16s in Citizens’ Assemblies, target air pollution and introduce a ‘hobby premium’

...of the Manifesto It contains 10 themes and 33 calls, with demands of political parties including: Learning Drawing on the experience in Finland to introduce a ‘hobby premium’ to ensure that all children and young people in Scotland have free...

budget Child protection community democracy economy Education environment equality Inequality Learning Manifesto Poverty rights Scottish Parliament UNCRC Wellbeing

To support children in the fight against this virus, we need your voices, knowledge and expertise

...members and wider network have to say and sharing the best possible opportunities, resources and Learning to support children and families. This is a time where we should be drawing on our best democratic instincts but also engaging in...

engagement events Learning membership network

Events team scoops three major awards following record-breaking year

... Recognition for Learning and events programme as team scoops three major awards Children in Scotland’s Learning and Events team won an unprecedented three awards at last night’s prestigious EventIt E Awards held at Edinburgh’s Assembly...

CPD events Learning training

School pupils' views on STEM: Engineering and Maths 'need boost'

...and young people’s experiences of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)-related Learning and their understanding of STEM jobs, also concluded that: more women need to be encouraged to become Science, Technology, Engineering...

Education Learning News Scottish Government Scottish Parliament


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David Yule

...people. David has completed an MSc in Social Policy & Research and has since applied this Learning within the children's rights sector working on projects to enhance children and young people's meaningful participation in local and...

yule


Learning

... Learning Over the past two years, as a result of Covid, our training has been made available through a programme of webinars, but we're now delighted to be offering a mix of online and in-person events. Click here to explore our Learning...


Learning Week 2021 - Transcripts

... Learning Week 2021 - Transcripts and resources Here are the transcripts and resources to accompany our Learning Week 2021, which took place Monday 22-26 March 2021. A creative approach to support mental health Dekko Comics Mental...


CHANGE: Learning summaries

... Learning summaries The team produced a series of useful Learning summaries. Click the heading to download each summary as a PDF. What have we learned so far? The CHANGE Hub What have we learned so far? The CHANGE Approach What have we learned...


The Early Learning & Childcare (ELC) Inclusion Fund

... Our work Services & Funds Early Learning & Childcare (ELC) Inclusion Fund The Scottish Government’s four-year Early Learning & Childcare Inclusion Fund came to an end in March 2022.  We are currently (as of June 2022) working with...


eLearning Hub

... Learning Our eLearning Hub Bringing together a range of Learning courses to inspire and inform Launched in December 2020, Children in Scotland’s eLearning Hub provides a range of online programmes in collaboration with organisations and...


eLearning Hub

Review of Additional Support for Learning

... Support for Learning: All our Children and All their Potential 19 Jun 2020 A woman called Angela Morgan was asked by John Swinney, the Deputy First Minister, and the Scottish Government to find out how well additional support for Learning was...


Our Trainers & Speakers

... Our trainers & Speakers Trainers & Speakers The Learning & Events team works with handpicked trainers to create our diverse programme. They include current practitioners and service managers, leading experts in niche areas, and...


Diploma in Therapeutic Life Story Work

... Learning Professional Diploma Therapeutic Life Story Work To apply for TLSW 24/25 download the application pack below and email to events@childreninscotland.org.uk Application Pack TLSW 24/25 For the past three decades, Therapeutic Life...



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Scouts Scotland extends human rights Learning badge
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... Magazine / News: Scouts Scotland extends human rights Learning badge Posted 19.05.23 by Alice Hinds Children's rights early Learning human rights The Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland and Scouts...

Children's rights early learning human rights

Leading and Learning on inclusion
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...Leading and Learning on inclusion 11 Dec 2018 A recent meeting in Vienna discussed important research, resources and progress in inclusive education across Europe, as Sally Cavers reports Mary Hoey, Assistant Director of Education Scotland,...


Call 6: Rights, wellbeing and love of Learning must be at the heart of education if Scotland is truly to be the 'best place to grow up'
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... Call 6: Rights, wellbeing and love of Learning must be at the heart of education if Scotland is truly to be the 'best place to grow up' By Elaine Kerridge Child rights and wellbeing must be at the heart of education in Scotland and...


Call 22: Build wellbeing into the design of our Learning spaces to show young people they are truly valued
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... Call 22: Build wellbeing into the design of our Learning spaces to show young people they are truly valued By Diarmaid Lawlor Equity and excellence drive education in Scotland. They influence how we choose to close the attainment gap,...


Call for Evidence: Review of the Implementation of Additional Support for Learning in Scotland (December 2019)
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...Scottish Government's call for views on the Review of the Implementation of Additional Support for Learning in Scotland. Closing date: December...


Consultation Response: Early Learning and Childcare Service Model for 2020 (Aug 2018)
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...Children in Scotland responded to the Scottish Government's consultation on Early Learning and...


In-house training: long-term Learning
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... In-house training: long-term Learning Take staff Learning and development off your mind and let us handle everything. We can help you develop a long-term training programme to continue to build the knowledge, skills and confidence of your...


Launch of Children's Pocket Garden Design competition
post

...the public will then be able to vote for their favourite garden. Eve Keepax, Education and Learning Officer at Keep Scotland Beautiful, said: “We’re pleased to announce our ninth Pocket Garden Design Competition with its new theme....

design Education environment schools

Nominations open for Bookbug Hero Award 2024
post

...you need to know Posted 13.10.23 by Alice Hinds Children Early years Learning libraries practitioners reading young people The Scottish Book Trust has launched the fifth annual Bookbug Hero...

Children Early years Learning libraries practitioners reading young people

Funding confirmed for youth music programmes
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...funding confirmed by Scottish Government Posted 25.05.23 by Alice Hinds funding Learning music Scottish Schools From pipe bands to singing workshops, thousands of young musicians will continue to benefit from...

funding Learning music Scottish Schools