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Children need a playful world to thrive and survive

Sustainability at #CiSAC24: Making the environment more than a conference buzzword

Tackling "poverty of opportunity" one bairn at a time

Teen cancer survivor and advocate Molly Cuddihy and Natalie Don MSP join impressive line-up for Children in Scotland Annual Conference 2024

Children and Young People's Commissioner Scotland introduces new four-year plan

“Children and young people give us the fuel to do our work”

Children in Scotland reveals full programme for Annual Conference 2024

Collaborate, network and learn: Our plans for Annual Conference 2024

Safer Internet Day 2024: Exploring children’s rights and AI

'School meals are as important as books used in the classroom'

“Children don’t need shorter holidays or longer school days. They need more play”
academic access to childcare fund childcare community Learning out of school care outcomes play School skills

Unique storybook captures reality of young mums’ lives

Equal Protection law would support Scotland’s ambitions to be a world leader in human rights

Food education is on the menu as International School Meals Day 2019 launches

Facebook data breach represents 'blatant undermining of children's rights'

My Food on the menu for International School Meals Day 2018

‘My food’ is on the menu as International School Meals Day 2018 launches

Children in Scotland welcomes ban on single use vapes

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

Yopa extends partnership with Children in Scotland during 30th anniversary year

Listen, learn and act: New magazine calls for "young voices" to shape the children's sector

It’s not about right or wrong, but about bringing people together

Amplifying seldom heard voices: the importance of direct services for children and young people

The early years in focus: creating an event to support the sector

And so the work begins - teachers reflect on the first week of term

Exploring the research behind Therapeutic Life Story Work

Trustees Week Q&A: Simon Massey
relationships relationships counselling Simon Massey trustees trustees week

Trustees Week Q&A: Jude Turbyne
board CEO charity chief executive corra. corra foundation Jude Turbyne Learning professional development trustees trustees week

Announcing a new corporate partnership with award-winning estate agent Yopa

Dealing with the ghosts of the past

Children and young people’s voices amplified as new resources launch

New report reveals the experience of young people’s participation in projects throughout the pandemic

In the run-up to 5 May’s vote, be part of our campaign to ensure there’s investment in children at local level
community elections local council elections local government Manifesto poll

A time to learn, look beyond – and show common cause
Children's rights conflict crisis environment global humanitarian refugees Ukraine war world worldwide

Nominations open for Bookbug Hero Award 2024
Children Early years Learning libraries practitioners reading young people

Thousands of books donated to families in Scotland
Early years Education Families reading

Why books and reading deserve to be celebrated

...3 March 2022, by Jennifer Drummond Education literacy reading World Book Day As children across the country celebrate World Book Day, Abi Baross (pictured) reflects on the benefits of reading for...

Education literacy reading World Book Day

"We want Scotland to become the world's first child-friendly country"
Magazine rights UNCRC Unicef

What better way than a Bill to mark the UNCRC's birthday?

Children in Scotland's Annual Conference 2018: day one

AC24 - Speaker Bios

Diploma in Therapeutic Life Story Work

Children in Scotland's Early Years Conference 2023 Hub

Free cycling events for families
cycling Cycling Scotland events health and wellbeing

Coronation portrait project launched
Arts Children culture

Climate-conscious theatre performance comes to Scottish schools
Arts climate climate change environment schools

Education in Schools Fellowships now open
Education

Annual Conference 2022 Speakers

Exhibitors 2022

Children in Scotland's Annual Conference 2022


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Children need a playful world to thrive and survive

Sustainability at #CiSAC24: Making the environment more than a conference buzzword

Tackling "poverty of opportunity" one bairn at a time

Teen cancer survivor and advocate Molly Cuddihy and Natalie Don MSP join impressive line-up for Children in Scotland Annual Conference 2024

Children and Young People's Commissioner Scotland introduces new four-year plan

“Children and young people give us the fuel to do our work”

Children in Scotland reveals full programme for Annual Conference 2024

Collaborate, network and learn: Our plans for Annual Conference 2024

Safer Internet Day 2024: Exploring children’s rights and AI

'School meals are as important as books used in the classroom'

“Children don’t need shorter holidays or longer school days. They need more play”
academic access to childcare fund childcare community Learning out of school care outcomes play School skills

Unique storybook captures reality of young mums’ lives

Equal Protection law would support Scotland’s ambitions to be a world leader in human rights

Food education is on the menu as International School Meals Day 2019 launches

Facebook data breach represents 'blatant undermining of children's rights'

My Food on the menu for International School Meals Day 2018

‘My food’ is on the menu as International School Meals Day 2018 launches

Children in Scotland welcomes ban on single use vapes

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

Yopa extends partnership with Children in Scotland during 30th anniversary year

Listen, learn and act: New magazine calls for "young voices" to shape the children's sector

It’s not about right or wrong, but about bringing people together

Amplifying seldom heard voices: the importance of direct services for children and young people

The early years in focus: creating an event to support the sector

And so the work begins - teachers reflect on the first week of term

Exploring the research behind Therapeutic Life Story Work

Trustees Week Q&A: Simon Massey
relationships relationships counselling Simon Massey trustees trustees week

Trustees Week Q&A: Jude Turbyne
board CEO charity chief executive corra. corra foundation Jude Turbyne Learning professional development trustees trustees week

Announcing a new corporate partnership with award-winning estate agent Yopa

Dealing with the ghosts of the past

Children and young people’s voices amplified as new resources launch

New report reveals the experience of young people’s participation in projects throughout the pandemic

In the run-up to 5 May’s vote, be part of our campaign to ensure there’s investment in children at local level
community elections local council elections local government Manifesto poll

A time to learn, look beyond – and show common cause
Children's rights conflict crisis environment global humanitarian refugees Ukraine war world worldwide


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