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Children in Scotland responds to the UNCRC Statutory Guidance consultation

... Children in Scotland responds to the UNCRC Statutory Guidance consultation 16 May 2024 Children in Scotland has today (Thursday 16 May) responded to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child Statutory Guidance consultation...


consultation with Children and Young People on Wellbeing (2016-2017)

... consultation with Children and Young People on Wellbeing (2016-2017) In October 2016, the Scottish Government asked Children in Scotland to consult with children and young people to help inform the development of their new 10-year mental...


New paper reflects young people’s views on behaviour and relationships in schools

...to speak freely and openly about their experiences and are supported to contribute to policy consultations and discussions. This newly-published paper reflects the Inclusion Ambassadors’ views on relationships and behaviour in school and...


Alcohol marketing consultation – youth engagement

... Alcohol marketing consultation – youth engagement project January 2023 - April 2023 In November 2022, the Scottish Government published a series of proposals aimed at restricting alcohol advertising and promotion in Scotland, in...


Good Food Nation Bill consultation: Supporting the principle of a right to food

... Good Food Nation consultation response: right to food 'must be incorporated into Scots law' 20 December 2021 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the Good Food Nation Bill, calling for the right...

Children's rights Food Health Legislation Poverty Wellbeing

Education reform consultation: ‘We need to learn from policy, research and practice to ensure reform is fit for purpose”

...practice" 30 November 2021 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on Education Reform, calling for a child-rights approach and emphasising the benefits of a child-centred education framework. We...

Curriculum for Excellence Education education reform

National Care Service consultation: Concerns over lack of detail for children’s services and unrealistic timeframe

... National Care Service consultation: Concerns over lack of detail for children’s services and unrealistic timeframe 10 November 2021 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the National Care...

care Healthcare Policy

Children in Scotland supports Equal Protection consultation

... Children in Scotland supports Equal Protection consultation Children in Scotland supports John Finnie MSP’s proposal to introduce a Member’s Bill that will introduce equal protection for children from assault. Jackie Brock, Chief...

Children's rights Equal News Scottish Government Wellbeing

consultation Response: GTC Scotland consultation on registration for teachers (December 2021)

...Children in Scotland's response to the GTC Scotland consultation on registration for...


consultation Response: Information Commissioner's consultation on children and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (March 2018)

...Children in Scotland Response to the Information Commissioner's office consultation on children and the GDPR...


consultation opens on physical intervention in schools

... Magazine / News: consultation on physical intervention in schools launched Posted 22 June, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond Education human rights rights Views are being sought on new guidance relating to...

Education human rights rights

consultation Work with Children and Young People

...Our consultation work with children and young people Participation of children and young people is at the heart of our work and shapes our core policy positions. Here are some of our recent projects and related reports.   Professional...


consultations and Calls for Evidence

... consultations and Calls for Evidence Children in Scotland takes an active role in responding to Scottish Government consultations. As a membership organisation, we encourage input into our consultation responses from our members and from...


2023 highlights: reflecting on a milestone year

...commissioned Children in Scotland to support children and young people to engage with its public consultation on restricting alcohol advertising. Between May and October 2023, we also worked with more than 75 children and young people, musicians,...


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

...into our outreach and information sessions, as well as our responses to government policy and consultations. We’re also reviewing our social media presence to make sure we’re reaching younger audiences, and threading pupil voices through...


Inclusion Ambassadors recognised in international report into inclusive education

...a pupil with additional support needs in Scotland. They are supported to contribute to policy consultations and discussions, and have created a range of resources to support the development of more inclusive practices and learning...


Promoting positive change: young people give their views on the effects of alcohol marketing in Scotland

...and young people's approach to improving Scotland’s relationship with alcohol. The public consultation on restricting alcohol advertising and promotion launched by the Scottish Government in November 2022 was broad in scope, seeking to...


New research reveals that almost half of young people of secondary school age are missing out on hobbies

...Scotland should introduce a Hobby Premium: The Right to Play” Click here to read consultation responses Our members' expertise informs positions we take on child policy and legislation Click here to read Children's...

health and wellbeing hobbies Mental Health School Scottish Government

Developing our new Strategic Plan – time for your say  

...Jude Turbyne, on the importance of a strategic plan and why it's vital to take time, and include consultation work, to get it right. A strategic plan is one of the most important documents a charity has, and I know how vital it is that we get it...


Qualifications and assessments 'must prioritise flexibility, individual choice and continuous progress'

...of the system but also change the narrative and perception of what is valued.” Based on the consultation and feedback from the Inclusion Ambassadors, Children in Scotland has made four recommendations to the review: The future of Scottish...

assessment Education exams inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors

Families face a cost-of-living disaster this winter

...ensure policies are in place to do so. This doesn’t always mean creating new polices after long consultations. Sometimes, enacting existing ones is what we need first. The Scottish Government has already committed to delivering breakfast...


Scotland’s education system "needs structural and cultural reform"

...support for learning, exams and assessments and anti-racist education. Based on extensive consultation work with our members and the wider children’s sector, as well as knowledge developed through years of engagement work with children...

ASL ASN Education exams Manifesto

Laying the foundations for Scotland's Barnahus

...is the first step in the journey for Scotland to establish Bairns’ Hoose. Take part in the consultation In drafting Bairns’ Hoose standards, we have worked alongside groups of children with lived experience, as well as professional...


Equality of access, sustained investment, and a supported workforce: what we need from a national mental health strategy

...young people’s advisory group, Changing our World, in response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on a new national strategy for mental health and wellbeing. The Strategy will guide the work that the government, and partners, will do...


Education National Improvement Framework: Data gathering must be accurate, considered and purposeful

...purposeful 26 Jul 2022 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s latest consultation on the Education National Improvement Framework (NIF) applauding its overall aim but warning data gathered must be accurate and...

ASL ASN children and young people Children's rights consultation response Education Poverty

New project to better understand what pupil support in Scotland should look like

...needs and how best to support them on their educational journey. It forms part of a wider consultation on behalf of the Scottish Government relating to pupil support and ongoing activity in response to Angela Morgan’s Review of ASL...

additional support for learning ASL ASN Education

Measurement and mission statement: what our new values mean to us

...now. So last year we decided to refresh the values, initiating a six-month project that included consultation with our staff, our children and young people’s advisory group Changing our World, our members and our Board. The update balances the...

board brave changing our world collaboration collaborative kind members open and fair Participation partnership values

How can we deliver places we can be proud of for our future generations?

...at the Improvement Service and Public Health Scotland Click here for more consultation response: National Planning Framework Explore our recent responses to Scottish Government consultations Click here for...


Our children and young people's advisory group responds to proposals for Human Rights Act reform

...as we read the UK Government’s proposed changes to the Human Rights Act, we knew that this was a consultation we had to respond to. We wanted to ensure that the voices of children and young people were heard directly. The proposals contain...

advisory group changing our world human rights human rights act Participation rights young people

Flexible and creative: why the value of the Third Sector should never be underestimated

...to grips with the project, I was busy organising national events, meetings and writing policy consultation responses on behalf of the TSI Network and for Children in Scotland. Having enjoyed some time off over Christmas I am ready once again...


Why our race equality pledge is a challenge to ourselves and others

...was developed on the back of an existing Equality, Diversity and Human Rights policy, and in consultation with our staff, Board and our young people's advisory group Changing our World. We identified five pledges which relate to...

diversity equality ethnic minorities inclusion race rights

Minimum Income Guarantee: Immediate progress on poverty still required

...families 16 September 2021 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the introduction of a Minimum Income Guarantee with cautious support whilst warning it must not overshadow work to support families...

consultation minimum income guarantee Poverty

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

...to amplify the views and experiences of our members in our response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the National Care Service and we would welcome members to attend our Voices Forum event in October on this issue. Education “We...

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

The beginning of better provision for parents in prison

...enable parents in prison to take part more easily in children’s hearings or parent-teacher consultations. A child shouldn’t face punishment when they have done nothing wrong, but imprisonment and limits on contact can feel like a...


School Nursing Service Review: consultation with children and young people - July 2016

...consultation with children and young...


Mental Health in Scotland - a consultation with children aged 12 and under

...Report on our consultation with children aged 12 and under to ensure the 10-year vision for mental health in Scotland incorporates their...


Scottish Government launches vaping awareness campaign

...campaign to raise awareness of vaping harms Posted 24.11.23 by Alice Hinds changing our world consultation health and wellbeing Scottish Government The Scottish Government has launched a new marketing campaign to inform parents, carers and...

changing our world consultation health and wellbeing Scottish Government

ASL Inquiry Education, Children and Young People Committee

...additional support in school want and need. To support organisations with their response to the consultation we have collated our own evidence on this page. Below you can read reports, policy summaries and resources all of which are based on...


New report explores poverty and the care system

...content National Care Service consultation: Concerns over lack of detail for children’s services and unrealistic timeframe 10 November 2021 ‘Transfer of power’ vital in...

care system Children Poverty research

Have your say to help #KeepThePromise

...The Promise Scotland’s website: https://thepromise.scot/what-must-change/plan-24-30/plan-24-30-consultation-form Related content Young people's voices at the heart of new pupil support project May 10 2023 New advisory board to explore...

care care experienced people Care Review the Promise

Mental Health Conference 2023 Hub

...Director, ‘Why gender matters in mental health’ Engender response to the Scottish Government consultation on a new Mental Health and Wellbeing strategy Mental health with Salvesen Mindroom Centre Activity 3 – Magic To Do   From...


The family food shop in an ideal world

...Aug 30, 2022 Accelerate free school meals provision, says STUC Apr 22, 2022 Good Food Nation consultation response: right to food 'must be incorporated into law' Dec 21,...

Families Food food insecurity free school meals Health nutrition Scottish Child Payment

Restraint and seclusion in schools

...staff in schools to reduce the use of restraint and seclusion. During the Scottish Government’s consultation, ENABLE published a new report, In Safe Hands Yet. This report stated that, three years after we called for action, there has not been...

Additional support ASL ASN Children's rights Education

Online Hub - Annual Conference 2022

...including techniques to meaningfully engage the young people you work with. Developed in consultation with Changing Our World, Children in Scotland's Young People's Advisory group. The Fostering Network - reflect on and develop your...


Investment in Gaelic education

...Bill this parliamentary term." New legislation In August, the Scottish Government opened a consultation on the new Gaelic and Scots and the Scottish Languages Bill. The Bill would act as a commitment to the languages and further support for...

Education funding Gaelic Language Scots Scottish Government

ADHD more likely for youngest in school year

...anniversary 1 Jul 2022 Q&A with Susie Heywood: Tackling gender stereotypes 28 Jun 2022 consultation opens on physical intervention in schools 22 Jun...

ADHD Education Mental Health research School

Children in Scotland's Annual Conference 2022

...helping us develop, deliver and evaluate it. Our key conference themes have been established in consultation with children and young people, the wider children's sector and reflect our manifesto calls to action. Annual Conference Themes...


‘We all have a story worth sharing and celebrating’

...here to find out more about the Scottish Refugee Council  Related content consultation on physical intervention in schools launched  22 June, 2022 S.M.I.L.E Counselling named Charity of the Year 17 June, 2022 More...

equality human rights refugee

News overview

...share updates about our activities, ranging from project announcements to publication of consultation responses and resource launches, through our latest news stories. Press releases, which include statements from our Chief Executive and...


Member directory: full

...services | nhslothian.scot North East Wellbeing Solutions Mental health and wellbeing training, consultation and intervention | new-solutions.co.uk North Lanarkshire Council Local authority | northlanarkshire.gov.uk Nourish Scotland Nourish...


'Young carers must remain a priority’

...to a break” for unpaid carers was included in the Scottish Government’s National Care Service consultation in 2021 and was welcomed by the majority of young carers we consulted with. It is vital that this right is introduced, and that young...

health and wellbeing kinship care Mental Health young carers

Member directory: N-S

...services | nhslothian.scot North East Wellbeing Solutions Mental health and wellbeing training, consultation and intervention | new-solutions.co.uk Nourish Scotland Nourish Scotland is a charity focusing on food policy and practice., and works...


SQA comes under fire for new revision materials

...Government to undertake a review of Education Scotland and the SQA’s retirement, drawing on 800 consultation responses from organisations, groups and individuals and 4000 from children and young people. The results of the review – including...

Covid-19 Education education reform exams Scottish Schools SQA

Young people in conflict with the law

...offending behaviour and achieving positive outcomes for all.” The course was designed following consultation with youth justice stakeholders from across the UK. Delivered as a 12-month, part-time distance learning course it has been designed to...

CPD youth justice


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Children in Scotland responds to the UNCRC Statutory Guidance consultation

... Children in Scotland responds to the UNCRC Statutory Guidance consultation 16 May 2024 Children in Scotland has today (Thursday 16 May) responded to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child Statutory Guidance consultation...


New paper reflects young people’s views on behaviour and relationships in schools

...to speak freely and openly about their experiences and are supported to contribute to policy consultations and discussions. This newly-published paper reflects the Inclusion Ambassadors’ views on relationships and behaviour in school and...


Good Food Nation Bill consultation: Supporting the principle of a right to food

... Good Food Nation consultation response: right to food 'must be incorporated into Scots law' 20 December 2021 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the Good Food Nation Bill, calling for the right...

Children's rights Food Health Legislation Poverty Wellbeing

Education reform consultation: ‘We need to learn from policy, research and practice to ensure reform is fit for purpose”

...practice" 30 November 2021 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on Education Reform, calling for a child-rights approach and emphasising the benefits of a child-centred education framework. We...

Curriculum for Excellence Education education reform

National Care Service consultation: Concerns over lack of detail for children’s services and unrealistic timeframe

... National Care Service consultation: Concerns over lack of detail for children’s services and unrealistic timeframe 10 November 2021 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the National Care...

care Healthcare Policy

Children in Scotland supports Equal Protection consultation

... Children in Scotland supports Equal Protection consultation Children in Scotland supports John Finnie MSP’s proposal to introduce a Member’s Bill that will introduce equal protection for children from assault. Jackie Brock, Chief...

Children's rights Equal News Scottish Government Wellbeing

2023 highlights: reflecting on a milestone year

...commissioned Children in Scotland to support children and young people to engage with its public consultation on restricting alcohol advertising. Between May and October 2023, we also worked with more than 75 children and young people, musicians,...


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

...into our outreach and information sessions, as well as our responses to government policy and consultations. We’re also reviewing our social media presence to make sure we’re reaching younger audiences, and threading pupil voices through...


Inclusion Ambassadors recognised in international report into inclusive education

...a pupil with additional support needs in Scotland. They are supported to contribute to policy consultations and discussions, and have created a range of resources to support the development of more inclusive practices and learning...


Promoting positive change: young people give their views on the effects of alcohol marketing in Scotland

...and young people's approach to improving Scotland’s relationship with alcohol. The public consultation on restricting alcohol advertising and promotion launched by the Scottish Government in November 2022 was broad in scope, seeking to...


New research reveals that almost half of young people of secondary school age are missing out on hobbies

...Scotland should introduce a Hobby Premium: The Right to Play” Click here to read consultation responses Our members' expertise informs positions we take on child policy and legislation Click here to read Children's...

health and wellbeing hobbies Mental Health School Scottish Government

Developing our new Strategic Plan – time for your say  

...Jude Turbyne, on the importance of a strategic plan and why it's vital to take time, and include consultation work, to get it right. A strategic plan is one of the most important documents a charity has, and I know how vital it is that we get it...


Qualifications and assessments 'must prioritise flexibility, individual choice and continuous progress'

...of the system but also change the narrative and perception of what is valued.” Based on the consultation and feedback from the Inclusion Ambassadors, Children in Scotland has made four recommendations to the review: The future of Scottish...

assessment Education exams inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors

Families face a cost-of-living disaster this winter

...ensure policies are in place to do so. This doesn’t always mean creating new polices after long consultations. Sometimes, enacting existing ones is what we need first. The Scottish Government has already committed to delivering breakfast...


Scotland’s education system "needs structural and cultural reform"

...support for learning, exams and assessments and anti-racist education. Based on extensive consultation work with our members and the wider children’s sector, as well as knowledge developed through years of engagement work with children...

ASL ASN Education exams Manifesto

Laying the foundations for Scotland's Barnahus

...is the first step in the journey for Scotland to establish Bairns’ Hoose. Take part in the consultation In drafting Bairns’ Hoose standards, we have worked alongside groups of children with lived experience, as well as professional...


Equality of access, sustained investment, and a supported workforce: what we need from a national mental health strategy

...young people’s advisory group, Changing our World, in response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on a new national strategy for mental health and wellbeing. The Strategy will guide the work that the government, and partners, will do...


Education National Improvement Framework: Data gathering must be accurate, considered and purposeful

...purposeful 26 Jul 2022 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s latest consultation on the Education National Improvement Framework (NIF) applauding its overall aim but warning data gathered must be accurate and...

ASL ASN children and young people Children's rights consultation response Education Poverty

New project to better understand what pupil support in Scotland should look like

...needs and how best to support them on their educational journey. It forms part of a wider consultation on behalf of the Scottish Government relating to pupil support and ongoing activity in response to Angela Morgan’s Review of ASL...

additional support for learning ASL ASN Education

Measurement and mission statement: what our new values mean to us

...now. So last year we decided to refresh the values, initiating a six-month project that included consultation with our staff, our children and young people’s advisory group Changing our World, our members and our Board. The update balances the...

board brave changing our world collaboration collaborative kind members open and fair Participation partnership values

How can we deliver places we can be proud of for our future generations?

...at the Improvement Service and Public Health Scotland Click here for more consultation response: National Planning Framework Explore our recent responses to Scottish Government consultations Click here for...


Our children and young people's advisory group responds to proposals for Human Rights Act reform

...as we read the UK Government’s proposed changes to the Human Rights Act, we knew that this was a consultation we had to respond to. We wanted to ensure that the voices of children and young people were heard directly. The proposals contain...

advisory group changing our world human rights human rights act Participation rights young people

Flexible and creative: why the value of the Third Sector should never be underestimated

...to grips with the project, I was busy organising national events, meetings and writing policy consultation responses on behalf of the TSI Network and for Children in Scotland. Having enjoyed some time off over Christmas I am ready once again...


Why our race equality pledge is a challenge to ourselves and others

...was developed on the back of an existing Equality, Diversity and Human Rights policy, and in consultation with our staff, Board and our young people's advisory group Changing our World. We identified five pledges which relate to...

diversity equality ethnic minorities inclusion race rights

Minimum Income Guarantee: Immediate progress on poverty still required

...families 16 September 2021 Children in Scotland has responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the introduction of a Minimum Income Guarantee with cautious support whilst warning it must not overshadow work to support families...

consultation minimum income guarantee Poverty

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

...to amplify the views and experiences of our members in our response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the National Care Service and we would welcome members to attend our Voices Forum event in October on this issue. Education “We...

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

The beginning of better provision for parents in prison

...enable parents in prison to take part more easily in children’s hearings or parent-teacher consultations. A child shouldn’t face punishment when they have done nothing wrong, but imprisonment and limits on contact can feel like a...



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ASL Inquiry Education, Children and Young People Committee

...additional support in school want and need. To support organisations with their response to the consultation we have collated our own evidence on this page. Below you can read reports, policy summaries and resources all of which are based on...


Mental Health Conference 2023 Hub

...Director, ‘Why gender matters in mental health’ Engender response to the Scottish Government consultation on a new Mental Health and Wellbeing strategy Mental health with Salvesen Mindroom Centre Activity 3 – Magic To Do   From...


Online Hub - Annual Conference 2022

...including techniques to meaningfully engage the young people you work with. Developed in consultation with Changing Our World, Children in Scotland's Young People's Advisory group. The Fostering Network - reflect on and develop your...


Children in Scotland's Annual Conference 2022

...helping us develop, deliver and evaluate it. Our key conference themes have been established in consultation with children and young people, the wider children's sector and reflect our manifesto calls to action. Annual Conference Themes...


News overview

...share updates about our activities, ranging from project announcements to publication of consultation responses and resource launches, through our latest news stories. Press releases, which include statements from our Chief Executive and...



No results found.


No results found.


consultation Response: GTC Scotland consultation on registration for teachers (December 2021)
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...Children in Scotland's response to the GTC Scotland consultation on registration for...


consultation Response: Information Commissioner's consultation on children and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (March 2018)
attachment

...Children in Scotland Response to the Information Commissioner's office consultation on children and the GDPR...


consultation opens on physical intervention in schools
post

... Magazine / News: consultation on physical intervention in schools launched Posted 22 June, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond Education human rights rights Views are being sought on new guidance relating to...

Education human rights rights

consultation Work with Children and Young People
post

...Our consultation work with children and young people Participation of children and young people is at the heart of our work and shapes our core policy positions. Here are some of our recent projects and related reports.   Professional...


consultations and Calls for Evidence
post

... consultations and Calls for Evidence Children in Scotland takes an active role in responding to Scottish Government consultations. As a membership organisation, we encourage input into our consultation responses from our members and from...


School Nursing Service Review: consultation with children and young people - July 2016
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...consultation with children and young...


Mental Health in Scotland - a consultation with children aged 12 and under
attachment

...Report on our consultation with children aged 12 and under to ensure the 10-year vision for mental health in Scotland incorporates their...


Scottish Government launches vaping awareness campaign
post

...campaign to raise awareness of vaping harms Posted 24.11.23 by Alice Hinds changing our world consultation health and wellbeing Scottish Government The Scottish Government has launched a new marketing campaign to inform parents, carers and...

changing our world consultation health and wellbeing Scottish Government

New report explores poverty and the care system
post

...content National Care Service consultation: Concerns over lack of detail for children’s services and unrealistic timeframe 10 November 2021 ‘Transfer of power’ vital in...

care system Children Poverty research

Have your say to help #KeepThePromise
post

...The Promise Scotland’s website: https://thepromise.scot/what-must-change/plan-24-30/plan-24-30-consultation-form Related content Young people's voices at the heart of new pupil support project May 10 2023 New advisory board to explore...

care care experienced people Care Review the Promise

The family food shop in an ideal world
post

...Aug 30, 2022 Accelerate free school meals provision, says STUC Apr 22, 2022 Good Food Nation consultation response: right to food 'must be incorporated into law' Dec 21,...

Families Food food insecurity free school meals Health nutrition Scottish Child Payment

Restraint and seclusion in schools
post

...staff in schools to reduce the use of restraint and seclusion. During the Scottish Government’s consultation, ENABLE published a new report, In Safe Hands Yet. This report stated that, three years after we called for action, there has not been...

Additional support ASL ASN Children's rights Education

Investment in Gaelic education
post

...Bill this parliamentary term." New legislation In August, the Scottish Government opened a consultation on the new Gaelic and Scots and the Scottish Languages Bill. The Bill would act as a commitment to the languages and further support for...

Education funding Gaelic Language Scots Scottish Government

ADHD more likely for youngest in school year
post

...anniversary 1 Jul 2022 Q&A with Susie Heywood: Tackling gender stereotypes 28 Jun 2022 consultation opens on physical intervention in schools 22 Jun...

ADHD Education Mental Health research School

‘We all have a story worth sharing and celebrating’
post

...here to find out more about the Scottish Refugee Council  Related content consultation on physical intervention in schools launched  22 June, 2022 S.M.I.L.E Counselling named Charity of the Year 17 June, 2022 More...

equality human rights refugee

Member directory: full
post

...services | nhslothian.scot North East Wellbeing Solutions Mental health and wellbeing training, consultation and intervention | new-solutions.co.uk North Lanarkshire Council Local authority | northlanarkshire.gov.uk Nourish Scotland Nourish...


'Young carers must remain a priority’
post

...to a break” for unpaid carers was included in the Scottish Government’s National Care Service consultation in 2021 and was welcomed by the majority of young carers we consulted with. It is vital that this right is introduced, and that young...

health and wellbeing kinship care Mental Health young carers

Member directory: N-S
post

...services | nhslothian.scot North East Wellbeing Solutions Mental health and wellbeing training, consultation and intervention | new-solutions.co.uk Nourish Scotland Nourish Scotland is a charity focusing on food policy and practice., and works...


SQA comes under fire for new revision materials
post

...Government to undertake a review of Education Scotland and the SQA’s retirement, drawing on 800 consultation responses from organisations, groups and individuals and 4000 from children and young people. The results of the review – including...

Covid-19 Education education reform exams Scottish Schools SQA

Young people in conflict with the law
post

...offending behaviour and achieving positive outcomes for all.” The course was designed following consultation with youth justice stakeholders from across the UK. Delivered as a 12-month, part-time distance learning course it has been designed to...

CPD youth justice