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childcare system ‘unusable’ for working parents, say campaigners

... childcare system ‘unusable’ for working parents, say campaigners Campaign group Fair Funding For Our Kids have again raised concern about the suitability of the Scottish childcare system and how it is serving working parents across the...


childcare expansion delay must not risk losing long-term focus on reducing inequalities for children and families

... childcare expansion delay must not risk losing focus on reducing inequalities for children and families 1 April 2020 In response to the Scottish Government’s decision to remove the legal obligation for councils to deliver additional hours...

childcare Early years Families Health Inequality Scottish Government

childcare expansion: prioritise quality and inclusive practice, and ensure that the child’s experience is central

... childcare expansion: prioritise quality and inclusive practice, and ensure that the child’s experience is central 11 March 2020 Children in Scotland has responded to the issues raised by today’s Holyrood debate on childcare expansion and...

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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...

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Effective engagement with staff and parents 'key to successful childcare expansion'

... Effective engagement with staff and parents 'key to successful childcare expansion' 4 Mar 2020 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the Early Learning and childcare statutory guidance ahead of the...


CHANGE: childcare and Nurture, Glasgow East (2016-2020)

... CHANGE: childcare and Nurture, Glasgow East CHANGE (2016-2020) worked to create improved childcare for communities in the East of Glasgow. Led by Children in Scotland, the project was funded by the National Lottery Community Fund. It was...

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CHANGE: childcare and Nurture project (Knowledge Exchange event)

... CHANGE: childcare and Nurture project (Knowledge Exchange event) When 26/09/2017 09:00 Where Glasgow Type Training Category Early childhood education and care About this event This free Knowledge Exchange event forms part of...


The Wee childcare Company

... The Wee childcare Company Angus provides the ideal setting for testing rural childcare provision, focused on flexible childcare booking systems, allowing parents to tailor their childcare to their needs. The ACF is enabling this company to...


Focus on quality in childcare welcome, but "smarter thinking" required on school start age

...Focus on quality in childcare welcome, but "smarter thinking" required on school start age Following the announcement today by Minister for childcare and Early Years Mark McDonald on the expansion of free early learning and childcare, Children in...

Children Early years Families Jackie Brock Parents Scottish Government Support Wellbeing

CHANGE: childcare and Nurture - Policy and Participation Officer

... Back CHANGE: childcare and Nurture Glasgow East - Policy and Participation Officer Full time (fixed term until 30 September 2019) £23,697 -  £29,445 Glasgow and Edinburgh We have BIG Lottery funding until the end of September...


The Commission for childcare Reform and the childcare Alliance (2014-2015)

...The Commission for childcare Reform and the childcare Alliance This project ran from 2014 to 2015. Early in 2014, Children in Scotland developed the childcare Alliance, a network of partners including members of the public and representatives...


Access to childcare Fund

...Access to childcare Fund The purpose of this fund is to support childcare solutions that enable more accessible and affordable childcare for families and to help to reduce the barriers parents and carers experience in accessing childcare. These...


The Early Learning & childcare (ELC) Inclusion Fund

... Our work Services & Funds Early Learning & childcare (ELC) Inclusion Fund The sixth round of the Scottish Government's Early Learning & childcare Inclusion Fund closed on 29 October 2021. Please check this site for details of the next...


All local services providing childcare or play for children and young people need to be ‘here to stay’: funded on a long-term, secure basis, major four-year project finds

... All local services providing childcare or play for children and young people need to be ‘here to stay’: funded on a long-term, secure basis, major four-year project finds Media Release 4 February 2021 The final report of a major Scottish...

CHANGE childcare childminders community family Hub local services out of school care play practitioners services

Shetland childcare provider wins small business of the year accolade

... Shetland childcare provider wins small business of the year accolade 23 February 2021 A childcare provider supported by the Access to childcare Fund has won a major business award in recognition of how it responded to the challenges of...

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Access to childcare Fund

... Access to childcare Fund About the Access to childcare Fund The purpose of this fund is to support childcare solutions that enable more accessible and affordable childcare for families and to help to reduce the barriers parents and carers...


Flexible childcare Services Scotland

... Flexible childcare Services Scotland The Fund is supporting two FCSS services, one the well-established FCSS service at Fintry, Dundee and the other a new service being set up at Fraserburgh. Both services are consulting with parents and...


Providers and policymakers meet to discuss out of school services to mitigate poverty as Access to childcare Fund Network launches

...and policymakers meet to discuss out of school services to mitigate poverty as Access to childcare Fund Network launches 27 Oct 2020 A special online event today marks the commencement of the Access to childcare Fund Network, which...


The Indigo childcare Group

... The Indigo childcare Group Indigo (Castlemilk, Glasgow) provides all-through childcare for children from six weeks to 16 years and, as such, has extremely strong bonds with the families that use the service. The Fund will allow Indigo to...


New fund will strengthen access to out of school childcare for low-income families

... New fund will strengthen access to out of school and holiday childcare for low-income families 6 July 2020 A new fund launched today aims to make childcare more accessible and affordable, particularly for low income families. The Access to...

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Organisations from Shetland to Shettleston announced as successful applicants to Access to childcare Fund

... Organisations from Shetland to Shettleston announced as successful applicants to Access to childcare Fund 11 September 2020 Fifteen childcare providers from across Scotland have been announced as the successful applicants to the Access to...

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CHANGE childcare: Childminder resource

... CHANGE childcare: Childminder resource The Clyde Gateway Childminding Project (CGCP) is a partnership project led by Clyde Gateway. The other partners involved in the project are the CHANGE project from Children in Scotland, the Scottish...


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 Sep 2019 A recent seminar led by developmental psychologist Dr Suzanne Zeedyk raised vital questions about our approach to the early years, writes Sally Cavers, Children in...


Voices Forum meeting: Early learning and childcare: readiness for 2020

... Voices Forum meeting: Early learning and childcare — readiness for 2020 When 23/01/2020 09:30 Where Dundee Type Free member event Category About this event Voices brings together the diverse knowledge, skills and...


Contacts

...is Head of Services. Email: banderson@childreninscotland.org.uk Managed funds The Access to childcare Fund This fund supports childcare solutions that enable more accessible and affordable childcare for families and help reduce barriers...


2021 Elections to the Children's Sector Strategic and Policy Forum

...to support them to engage with the other services they use Early years, early learning and childcare & family support (2 places) – Your organisation works with children, young people and their families in the pre-school years to...


Programme for Government fails to commit to increasing Scottish Child Payment

...Scottish Child Payment Posted 8 Sept, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond early learning and childcare Education Mental Health Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has presented the legislative agenda and funding...

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Our reaction to the Programme for Government: family wellbeing fund welcomed but disappointment at lack of progress on child payment level

...health support, physical health and the vital opportunities to connect with others, are met. childcare “Children in Scotland welcomes the commitment to school-age childcare. From our projects and services, we know that children, young...

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News: Education Recovery plan is a missed opportunity, say teaching unions

...the mark say teaching unions Posted 6 Oct, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond Attainment childcare Education health and wellbeing The Scottish Government’s plans to support the recovery of the education sector have been...

Attainment childcare Education health and wellbeing

Now is the Time – Challenge Poverty Week 2021

...68% live in households where at least one person works. The rising costs of housing, transport and childcare coupled with inadequate incomes are sweeping families into poverty and trapping them there. But it doesn’t have to be that way. By taking...


Bringing confidence back to the community

...Jonathan explains how a grassroots, community-led organisation responded to a lack of childcare services and created Hope Amplified.   Hope Amplified is a community-led organisation. We work to support vulnerable and disadvantaged...


Support Help and Integration in Perthshire (SHIP)

...activities and play. In August 2020 SHIP was delighted to receive a grant through the Access to childcare fund. This grant was to allow SHIP to run after school clubs 5 days a week for children across Perthshire. By running the after-school...


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

...Mirin’s Out of School Club –  a recipient of funding from Children 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...

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Mobilise third sector services to give children and communities support in the fight against Covid-19

...to yesterday’s statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Education, John Swinney, on schooling and childcare in Scotland during the Covid-19 pandemic. Our Chief Executive Jackie Brock said: “We welcome the statement from the Cabinet Secretary for...

ASN childcare communities Covid-19 Education schools

St Mirin's Out of School Club

...space within the school to build children’s confidence in the outdoors. Access to childcare Fund homepage Click for homepage Blog: Children need more play Margaret McLelland explains why play is so...


News: Calls for child priorities ahead of Scottish Budget

...letter, the cross-party committee calls for the stabilisation of family income, improved access to childcare, and for the Scottish Child Payment to be doubled (click here to read). These calls are echoed in Children in Scotland’s own hopes for...

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LIFT

...nearly impossible. We have a high number of single parents who do not have a partner to help with childcare so the options were limited. We wanted to find out what hours parents worked, and when they would need the childcare. Feedback was that...


Share because you care this Child Safety Week

...spending more time at home with young children, unemployed, on furlough or juggling work with childcare, and missing the valuable contact in the community they had been used to, and in some cases relied on. Reaching these families and sharing...

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News: Pilot project launches to support childminder recruitment

...Drummond. Image supplied by SCMA. childminders childminding early learning and childcare A new partnership project has been launched to support the recruitment and training of more than 100 professional childminders...

childminders childminding early learning and childcare

Member directory: N-S

...for pupils with additional support needs | ochiltowerschool.org.uk Oganan Dhun Eideann Gaelic childcare and education for children and young people | oganan.com OPFS One Parent Families Scotland, support and information for single parents |...


Member directory: G-M

...young people impacted by abuse | glasgowwomensaid.org.uk Glenburn ELC Centre Early learning and childcare | falkirk.gov.uk/places/schools-nurseries/nursery-schools/glenburn.aspx Glenview Cottage Nursery Early learning and childcare |...


Member directory: T-Z

...Shepherd Centre Secure and intensive service for vulnerable young people | gsc.scot The Indigo childcare Group              Learning and care for children and young people | indigogrp.com The Language Hub C.I.C. Language lessons...


News: Schools face new disruption as exams approach

...to blended or remote learning in some capacity, leaving parents scrambling to meet changing childcare needs. The news comes two years after the first lockdown which saw schools close in March 2020, and just weeks before senior pupils face...

Covid-19 Education exams SQA

Member directory: full

...learning and development for the third sector | argylltsi.org Argyll and Bute Early Years childcare, early learning and support provision | argyll-bute.gov.uk/early-years Arran Community & Voluntary Service Coordinating voluntary...


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

...also said there was a need to work together in partnership across education, youth work, childcare and the wider children’s sector to deliver sustainable support and long-term change. She highlighted the need to ensure equity of funding...

additional support for learning ASL ASL review ASN inclusion

Government ‘must be brave’ in leading education reforms, focusing on rights, early years and meeting all learners’ needs

...of its work Their pledge to introduce specific proposals to consult with the Early Learning and childcare (ELC) sector before the summer, in response to recommendations 13, 14, 15, and 16 calling for the new independent Inspectorate to re-engage...

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Comment: Childminding is suffering from an expansion programme that doesn't recognise its value

...programme that doesn't recognise its value Posted 26 Nov, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond childcare childminding Early years ELC out of school care Implementation of the Scottish Government’s extension to...

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Two sides to the story of Covid’s impact on fathers

...to the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), during the first lockdown fathers’ childcare time rose from just over four to eight hours per day. And it’s great to see so many dads staying positively involved with their kids,...


News: Report warns child poverty targets could be missed

...fair pay and conditions, adequate flexibility and opportunities for progression Investment in childcare and transport infrastructure to reduce costs for working parents Make the impact on child poverty a measure of housing policy...

child poverty Inequality Poverty

News: First anniversary for the Scottish Child Payment

...to tackle child poverty, providing eligible parents with £10 a week to support the costs of childcare. The families of around 105,000 children have benefitted from the £520-a-year support so far. Following calls from across the children's...

child poverty Scottish Child Payment Scottish Government

Member directory: A-F

...learning and development for the third sector | argylltsi.org Argyll and Bute Early Years childcare, early learning and support provision | argyll-bute.gov.uk/early-years Arran Community & Voluntary Service Coordinating voluntary effort...


26 Sept 17 - CHANGE: childcare and Nurture project (Knowledge Exchange event)


CHANGE: childcare and Nurture project (Knowledge Exchange event)

Start date: 26/09/2017 09:00

... CHANGE: childcare and Nurture project (Knowledge Exchange event) When 26/09/2017 09:00 Where Glasgow Type Training Category Early childhood education and care About this event This free Knowledge Exchange event forms part of...


Voices Forum meeting: Early learning and childcare: readiness for 2020

Start date: 23/01/2020 09:30

... Voices Forum meeting: Early learning and childcare — readiness for 2020 When 23/01/2020 09:30 Where Dundee Type Free member event Category About this event Voices brings together the diverse knowledge, skills and...



childcare system ‘unusable’ for working parents, say campaigners

... childcare system ‘unusable’ for working parents, say campaigners Campaign group Fair Funding For Our Kids have again raised concern about the suitability of the Scottish childcare system and how it is serving working parents across the...


childcare expansion delay must not risk losing long-term focus on reducing inequalities for children and families

... childcare expansion delay must not risk losing focus on reducing inequalities for children and families 1 April 2020 In response to the Scottish Government’s decision to remove the legal obligation for councils to deliver additional hours...

childcare Early years Families Health Inequality Scottish Government

childcare expansion: prioritise quality and inclusive practice, and ensure that the child’s experience is central

... childcare expansion: prioritise quality and inclusive practice, and ensure that the child’s experience is central 11 March 2020 Children in Scotland has responded to the issues raised by today’s Holyrood debate on childcare expansion and...

additional support for learning ASL Brexit childcare early learning and childcare Early years inclusion

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

Effective engagement with staff and parents 'key to successful childcare expansion'

... Effective engagement with staff and parents 'key to successful childcare expansion' 4 Mar 2020 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the Early Learning and childcare statutory guidance ahead of the...


Focus on quality in childcare welcome, but "smarter thinking" required on school start age

...Focus on quality in childcare welcome, but "smarter thinking" required on school start age Following the announcement today by Minister for childcare and Early Years Mark McDonald on the expansion of free early learning and childcare, Children in...

Children Early years Families Jackie Brock Parents Scottish Government Support Wellbeing

All local services providing childcare or play for children and young people need to be ‘here to stay’: funded on a long-term, secure basis, major four-year project finds

... All local services providing childcare or play for children and young people need to be ‘here to stay’: funded on a long-term, secure basis, major four-year project finds Media Release 4 February 2021 The final report of a major Scottish...

CHANGE childcare childminders community family Hub local services out of school care play practitioners services

Shetland childcare provider wins small business of the year accolade

... Shetland childcare provider wins small business of the year accolade 23 February 2021 A childcare provider supported by the Access to childcare Fund has won a major business award in recognition of how it responded to the challenges of...

access to childcare fund business childcare community family funding resilience shetland

Providers and policymakers meet to discuss out of school services to mitigate poverty as Access to childcare Fund Network launches

...and policymakers meet to discuss out of school services to mitigate poverty as Access to childcare Fund Network launches 27 Oct 2020 A special online event today marks the commencement of the Access to childcare Fund Network, which...


New fund will strengthen access to out of school childcare for low-income families

... New fund will strengthen access to out of school and holiday childcare for low-income families 6 July 2020 A new fund launched today aims to make childcare more accessible and affordable, particularly for low income families. The Access to...

childcare Families family support holidays Inequality out of school care Poverty

Organisations from Shetland to Shettleston announced as successful applicants to Access to childcare Fund

... Organisations from Shetland to Shettleston announced as successful applicants to Access to childcare Fund 11 September 2020 Fifteen childcare providers from across Scotland have been announced as the successful applicants to the Access to...

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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 Sep 2019 A recent seminar led by developmental psychologist Dr Suzanne Zeedyk raised vital questions about our approach to the early years, writes Sally Cavers, Children in...


2021 Elections to the Children's Sector Strategic and Policy Forum

...to support them to engage with the other services they use Early years, early learning and childcare & family support (2 places) – Your organisation works with children, young people and their families in the pre-school years to...


Our reaction to the Programme for Government: family wellbeing fund welcomed but disappointment at lack of progress on child payment level

...health support, physical health and the vital opportunities to connect with others, are met. childcare “Children in Scotland welcomes the commitment to school-age childcare. From our projects and services, we know that children, young...

childcare Children's rights environment equality family support programme for government Wellbeing

Now is the Time – Challenge Poverty Week 2021

...68% live in households where at least one person works. The rising costs of housing, transport and childcare coupled with inadequate incomes are sweeping families into poverty and trapping them there. But it doesn’t have to be that way. By taking...


Bringing confidence back to the community

...Jonathan explains how a grassroots, community-led organisation responded to a lack of childcare services and created Hope Amplified.   Hope Amplified is a community-led organisation. We work to support vulnerable and disadvantaged...


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

...Mirin’s Out of School Club –  a recipient of funding from Children 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...

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

Mobilise third sector services to give children and communities support in the fight against Covid-19

...to yesterday’s statement by the Cabinet Secretary for Education, John Swinney, on schooling and childcare in Scotland during the Covid-19 pandemic. Our Chief Executive Jackie Brock said: “We welcome the statement from the Cabinet Secretary for...

ASN childcare communities Covid-19 Education schools

Share because you care this Child Safety Week

...spending more time at home with young children, unemployed, on furlough or juggling work with childcare, and missing the valuable contact in the community they had been used to, and in some cases relied on. Reaching these families and sharing...

accidents CAPT Child Accident Prevention Trust child injury child safety child safety week injury safety safety advice

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

...also said there was a need to work together in partnership across education, youth work, childcare and the wider children’s sector to deliver sustainable support and long-term change. She highlighted the need to ensure equity of funding...

additional support for learning ASL ASL review ASN inclusion

Government ‘must be brave’ in leading education reforms, focusing on rights, early years and meeting all learners’ needs

...of its work Their pledge to introduce specific proposals to consult with the Early Learning and childcare (ELC) sector before the summer, in response to recommendations 13, 14, 15, and 16 calling for the new independent Inspectorate to re-engage...

additional support for learning Children's rights Early years Education education reform inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors learners report

Two sides to the story of Covid’s impact on fathers

...to the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), during the first lockdown fathers’ childcare time rose from just over four to eight hours per day. And it’s great to see so many dads staying positively involved with their kids,...



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The Wee childcare Company

... The Wee childcare Company Angus provides the ideal setting for testing rural childcare provision, focused on flexible childcare booking systems, allowing parents to tailor their childcare to their needs. The ACF is enabling this company to...


Access to childcare Fund

...Access to childcare Fund The purpose of this fund is to support childcare solutions that enable more accessible and affordable childcare for families and to help to reduce the barriers parents and carers experience in accessing childcare. These...


The Early Learning & childcare (ELC) Inclusion Fund

... Our work Services & Funds Early Learning & childcare (ELC) Inclusion Fund The sixth round of the Scottish Government's Early Learning & childcare Inclusion Fund closed on 29 October 2021. Please check this site for details of the next...


Flexible childcare Services Scotland

... Flexible childcare Services Scotland The Fund is supporting two FCSS services, one the well-established FCSS service at Fintry, Dundee and the other a new service being set up at Fraserburgh. Both services are consulting with parents and...


The Indigo childcare Group

... The Indigo childcare Group Indigo (Castlemilk, Glasgow) provides all-through childcare for children from six weeks to 16 years and, as such, has extremely strong bonds with the families that use the service. The Fund will allow Indigo to...


Contacts

...is Head of Services. Email: banderson@childreninscotland.org.uk Managed funds The Access to childcare Fund This fund supports childcare solutions that enable more accessible and affordable childcare for families and help reduce barriers...


Support Help and Integration in Perthshire (SHIP)

...activities and play. In August 2020 SHIP was delighted to receive a grant through the Access to childcare fund. This grant was to allow SHIP to run after school clubs 5 days a week for children across Perthshire. By running the after-school...


St Mirin's Out of School Club

...space within the school to build children’s confidence in the outdoors. Access to childcare Fund homepage Click for homepage Blog: Children need more play Margaret McLelland explains why play is so...


LIFT

...nearly impossible. We have a high number of single parents who do not have a partner to help with childcare so the options were limited. We wanted to find out what hours parents worked, and when they would need the childcare. Feedback was that...



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CHANGE: childcare and Nurture - Policy and Participation Officer
post

... Back CHANGE: childcare and Nurture Glasgow East - Policy and Participation Officer Full time (fixed term until 30 September 2019) £23,697 -  £29,445 Glasgow and Edinburgh We have BIG Lottery funding until the end of September...


CHANGE childcare: Childminder resource
post

... CHANGE childcare: Childminder resource The Clyde Gateway Childminding Project (CGCP) is a partnership project led by Clyde Gateway. The other partners involved in the project are the CHANGE project from Children in Scotland, the Scottish...


Programme for Government fails to commit to increasing Scottish Child Payment
post

...Scottish Child Payment Posted 8 Sept, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond early learning and childcare Education Mental Health Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has presented the legislative agenda and funding...

early learning and childcare Education Mental Health

News: Education Recovery plan is a missed opportunity, say teaching unions
post

...the mark say teaching unions Posted 6 Oct, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond Attainment childcare Education health and wellbeing The Scottish Government’s plans to support the recovery of the education sector have been...

Attainment childcare Education health and wellbeing

News: Calls for child priorities ahead of Scottish Budget
post

...letter, the cross-party committee calls for the stabilisation of family income, improved access to childcare, and for the Scottish Child Payment to be doubled (click here to read). These calls are echoed in Children in Scotland’s own hopes for...

budget child poverty Poverty Scottish Government

News: Pilot project launches to support childminder recruitment
post

...Drummond. Image supplied by SCMA. childminders childminding early learning and childcare A new partnership project has been launched to support the recruitment and training of more than 100 professional childminders...

childminders childminding early learning and childcare

Member directory: N-S
post

...for pupils with additional support needs | ochiltowerschool.org.uk Oganan Dhun Eideann Gaelic childcare and education for children and young people | oganan.com OPFS One Parent Families Scotland, support and information for single parents |...


Member directory: G-M
post

...young people impacted by abuse | glasgowwomensaid.org.uk Glenburn ELC Centre Early learning and childcare | falkirk.gov.uk/places/schools-nurseries/nursery-schools/glenburn.aspx Glenview Cottage Nursery Early learning and childcare |...


Member directory: T-Z
post

...Shepherd Centre Secure and intensive service for vulnerable young people | gsc.scot The Indigo childcare Group              Learning and care for children and young people | indigogrp.com The Language Hub C.I.C. Language lessons...


News: Schools face new disruption as exams approach
post

...to blended or remote learning in some capacity, leaving parents scrambling to meet changing childcare needs. The news comes two years after the first lockdown which saw schools close in March 2020, and just weeks before senior pupils face...

Covid-19 Education exams SQA

Member directory: full
post

...learning and development for the third sector | argylltsi.org Argyll and Bute Early Years childcare, early learning and support provision | argyll-bute.gov.uk/early-years Arran Community & Voluntary Service Coordinating voluntary...


Comment: Childminding is suffering from an expansion programme that doesn't recognise its value
post

...programme that doesn't recognise its value Posted 26 Nov, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond childcare childminding Early years ELC out of school care Implementation of the Scottish Government’s extension to...

childcare childminding Early years ELC out of school care

News: Report warns child poverty targets could be missed
post

...fair pay and conditions, adequate flexibility and opportunities for progression Investment in childcare and transport infrastructure to reduce costs for working parents Make the impact on child poverty a measure of housing policy...

child poverty Inequality Poverty

News: First anniversary for the Scottish Child Payment
post

...to tackle child poverty, providing eligible parents with £10 a week to support the costs of childcare. The families of around 105,000 children have benefitted from the £520-a-year support so far. Following calls from across the children's...

child poverty Scottish Child Payment Scottish Government

Member directory: A-F
post

...learning and development for the third sector | argylltsi.org Argyll and Bute Early Years childcare, early learning and support provision | argyll-bute.gov.uk/early-years Arran Community & Voluntary Service Coordinating voluntary effort...


26 Sept 17 - CHANGE: childcare and Nurture project (Knowledge Exchange event)
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