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Embedding the principles of The Promise

...the principles of The Promise As part of Holyrood Insight’s Keeping The Promise: Next Steps digital Conference, which was held last week, Children in Scotland’s Head of Policy, Projects and Participation, David Mackay, was invited to talk...


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

...bi-annual publication for Children in Scotland members. To read the full interview, you'll need a digital subscription, which costs just £10 per year and provides access to two issues. For more information, contact Alice...


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

...bi-annual publication for Children in Scotland members. To read the full interview, you'll need a digital subscription, which costs just £10 per year and provides access to two issues. For more information, contact Alice...


“In a small country where people are well connected, adaptable and aspirational, great changes are possible”

...bi-annual publication for Children in Scotland members. To read the full interview, you'll need a digital subscription, which costs just £10 per year and provides access to two issues. For more information, contact Alice...


Supporting digital engagement and keeping young people connected online

... Supporting digital engagement and keeping young people connected online 3 Mar 2021 Claudia Baldacchino from social innovation charity People Know How – a contributor to our upcoming Learning Week – discusses how the organisation has...


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

... Young people can use their digital rights to hold those in power to account. In a time of crisis, that matters even more 13 May 2020 Children increasingly share their creative work, writing and beliefs online. While the internet offers...


Insight: Rising to the challenge of delivering the digital edition of our magazine

... Insight: Rising to the challenge of delivering our magazine as a digital edition 28 April 2020 In this week’s blog, Jennifer Drummond, Editor of Children in Scotland magazine, shares how the national lockdown has led to creative solutions...


Making rights real: new digital accessibility resource launches

... Making rights real: new digital accessibility resource launches 20 November 2019 We’ve launched a new resource allowing visitors to our website to customise content so that they can access it in ways that work best for them. The move...

accessibility Disability discrimination equality UNCRC

25 Calls response: Dialogue is key to a healthy digital life – for children and parents

... Dialogue is key to a healthy digital life – for children and parents 8 May 2019 Responding to Call 10 of our 25 Calls campaign, National Parent Forum of Scotland Chair Joanna Murphy says that if schools can create a strong, shared set of...


Making cyber security fun for children

...for cyber resilience skills to be developed in the early years Children are growing up in a digital world. According to a recent report by Ofcom, 97% of children in the UK have access to the internet with 86% of 5-7-year-olds using tablet...


Insight magazine Issue 3 now available for non-members

...of our member magazine, Insight, one year after publication, allowing non-members to read the digital edition for free.  The third issue of Insight, originally published in November 2022, is packed with profiles, interviews and features,...


"Climate justice offers us a pathway to a world where all of us are free”

...publication for Children in Scotland members. To read the full interview, you'll need a digital subscription, which costs just £10 per year and provides access to two issues. For more information, contact Alice...


New partnership set to improve access to education for professionals in the children’s sector

...health and wellbeing, as well as more general courses focused on leadership, sustainability and digital skills. Children in Scotland’s workforce will also benefit from the new partnership, with access to The Open University (OU) in...


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

...inform and inspire our readers." Providing a space to share knowledge and best practice, print and digital editions of Insight are published twice a year, with all Children in Scotland members receiving a free copy. Click here to find out more...


Imagining 'elsewhere': art therapy helping set children free from the anxiety of chronic illness

...work: www.teapot-trust.org About the author Carrie Cowley has responsibility for digital Communications at Teapot Trust Click here for more Building blocks for change Book now for Children in Scotland's...


The aim is the same: people are at the heart of our communications strategy

...progress and change across the children’s sector, Lynn Gilmour reflects on what three decades of digital innovation have meant for the organisation’s communications team  I reflect regularly on this LinkedIn article from 2018 (click here to...


Exploring the research behind Therapeutic Life Story Work

...and its next Annual Conference in May 2024. Children in Scotland’s Learning Guide is a free digital publication and is available online now. Click here to access the guide About the author Arran Purdie is a Learning &...


Latest edition of Insight magazine available now

...people and families that they support and represent.” Insight is available in both print and digital format. Click here to find out more about joining us in membership Non-members can subscribe to Insight for just £10per year (2...


Class act: promoting inclusive school settings

...you work with and consider what they want within their setting.   Click here to access the digital version of the visual resource Please email cross@childreninscotland.org.uk if you wish to discuss this further with a member of the...


The science of conflict management

...conflict management 8 Dec 2022 Following their workshop at our annual conference, Cyrenians' digital Media and Content Manager, Colin Waters, discusses how being more in tune with our neural networks can help avoid conflict and relationship...

conflict relationships

Insight magazine recognised in national publishing awards

...and managing editors Catherine Bromley and Chris Small, and to Lynn Gilmour and Nina Joynson for digital comms support. “I also want to acknowledge the fourth year and postgraduate illustration students at Edinburgh College of Art who...


Latest issue of Insight now available

...is available for free to all Children in Scotland members, as both print and digital editions. Click here to find out more about joining us in membership Non-members can subscribe to receive Insight for just £10 per year (2...

care experienced people child poverty child rights Early years Education literacy Mental Health Wellbeing

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

...more Our Media Pack We offer a a range of advertising opportunities across our digital platforms and print publications Click here to...


Enter The Why Not? Trust’s digital showcase

... Magazine / Last chance to enter The Why Not? Trust’s digital showcase Posted 18.10.23 by Alice Hinds art care experienced people care system digital The Why Not? Trust is seeking artwork from parents with...

art care experienced people care system digital

Funding available for essential digital devices

... Magazine / Funding available for digital devices to support learning programmes across Scotland Posted 21.08.23 by Alice Hinds community digital funding Support Community-based organisations can apply for a...

community digital funding Support

Encouraging students towards digital tech

... Magazine / News: Pupils encouraged to learn digital technologies with new funding Posted 8 February, 2023 by Nina Joynson digital funding schools Scottish...

digital funding schools Scottish Government skills technology

Carbon footprint is focus of new digital art installation

...Village Footprint, Shilpi Kumari Magazine / News: Carbon footprint is focus of new digital art installation Posted 3 November, 2021 by Nina Joynson Arts climate climate change environment A...

Arts climate climate change environment

NTS launch digital education portal

... Magazine / News: National Theatre of Scotland launches new digital education portal Posted 27 Aug 2021 by Jennifer Drummond Arts Education The new educational channel will include resources to support...

Arts Education

Call 10: It's time to agree a common set of values in the digital world

... Call 10: It's time to agree a common set of values in the digital world By Jess McBeath Technology moves apace. ‘Going online’ no longer involves the once-familiar beeps and screeches as the modem connects you to the world wide...


Launch of Children's Pocket Garden Design competition

...received almost 200 entries to the competition, and 42 finalists saw their designs included in the digital showcase. Educators considering taking part in this year’s competition are invited to come along to a Meet the Mentors twilight session on...

design Education environment schools

Scottish Government launches vaping awareness campaign

...advertising, the Take Hold marketing campaign will see schools around Scotland provided with digital guidance packs and resources for posters, reinforcing the key message that vapes may quickly become harmfully addictive for children and...

changing our world consultation health and wellbeing Scottish Government

Insight – Issue 5

...a members’ benefit, with copies included as part of full membership with Children in Scotland. A digital edition can also be accessed via the Member area (log in required). Not a member? Click here for more information about...


Insight - Issue 1

...a member benefit, with copies included as part of full membership with Children in Scotland.  A digital edition can also be accessed via the Member area (log in required).  Not a member? Click here for more information about...


Insight - Issue 2

...a member benefit, with copies included as part of full membership with Children in Scotland.  A digital edition can also be accessed via the Member area (log in required).  Not a member? Click here for more information about...


Insight - Issue 3

...a member benefit, with copies included as part of full membership with Children in Scotland.  A digital edition can also be accessed via the Member area (log in required).  Not a member? Click here for more information about...


Insight - Issue 4

...a members’ benefit, with copies included as part of full membership with Children in Scotland. A digital edition can also be accessed via the Member area (log in required). Not a member? Click here for more information about...


Member Insight Blog: Latest

...here for more Imagining 'Elsewhere' Carrie Cowley has responsibility for digital Communications at Teapot Trust Click here for more Reframing education in Scotland Robin Duckett is Director of...


Young people united through street art

...young Scots.” All five outdoor artworks are due to be completed by 2024, after which a digital mural trail will be available online alongside images and videos that explain the ethos behind the project. For more information, click here...

art care care experienced people creativity

Sophie Ward

...the opportunity to work across its marketing activities and develop the Orchestra’s first ever digital concert season. Sophie has ten years' experience managing projects for a number of culture organisations and charities including...

ward

New app launched to help school leavers

...charity ARC Scotland (click here for more), with funding from the Scottish Government, the Compass digital platform aims to be a “one-stop shop” for young people as they leave school, providing support and advice for students, as well as...

additional support needs Disability School transition

Arran Purdie

...the literacy experiences of young learners is her passion. She is currently also studying digital Marketing. When not at work, Arran enjoys practicing yoga, and expressing herself through art, including pottery, stained glass, and...

purdie

Social history project captures LGBTQ+ voices

...will be documented through film, photography, audio and text, then shared through a national digital exhibition. Working in partnership with national archivists, the project will then be professionally archived to create an “accessible,...

communities equality LGBT young people

Coronation portrait project launched

...country have been invited to take part in the upcoming coronation by contributing to a “giant digital portrait” of King Charles III. Launched by BBC Children in Need, The Royally Big Portrait will feature thousands of individual images of...

Arts Children culture

Alice Hinds

...Alice has worked for a range of regional and national print newspapers and magazines, as well as digital titles and social media platforms. Working on a variety of topics, spanning front page splashes to celebrity interviews, magazine journalism...

hinds

Building confidence and wellbeing through STEM

...launch event on 28 March, 10:30-16:00, Edinburgh Related content Pupils encouraged to learn digital technologies with new funding Feb 8, 2023 Young men's mental health and participation is the focus of new research Jan 11, 2023 Pupils...

health and wellbeing research science STEM technology young people youth workers

Climate-conscious theatre performance comes to Scottish schools

...book addresses climate anxiety amongst children Jun 28, 2022 Carbon footprint is focus of new digital art installation Nov 3, 2021 National Theatre of Scotland launches new digital education portal Aug 27,...

Arts climate climate change environment schools

Children in Scotland events: Inclusive language guidance for trainers

...and Irish Traveller groups. Click here for more guidance from the UK Government.   digital Accessibility In addition to these language considerations, we also recommend you follow guidance to make sure that your presentation...


Online Hub - Annual Conference 2022

...accessibility. Click the icon on the bottom right of your screen for more options. See the full digital conference brochure here. Welcome [video width="100%" height="100%"...


Annual Conference 2022

...an * below are part of the online programme as well as the in-person programme.  See the full digital conference brochure here. Exhibition Hall (open all day, both days) | Click here for current exhibitors Day One Welcome* (9:35am-9:55am)...


Mark Hill

... Mark Hill IT and digital Manager Mark took up the role of IT and digital Manager with Children in Scotland in September 2022. He previously worked for the Chartered Banker Institute as Head of Innovation, leading the digital transformation of the...

hill

Computing Science gets a boost in Scottish schools

...schools Posted 9 February 2022, by Nina Joynson Curriculum for Excellence digital Education funding Scottish Government technology Computing Science in schools will benefit from government...

Curriculum for Excellence digital Education funding Scottish Government technology


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Embedding the principles of The Promise

...the principles of The Promise As part of Holyrood Insight’s Keeping The Promise: Next Steps digital Conference, which was held last week, Children in Scotland’s Head of Policy, Projects and Participation, David Mackay, was invited to talk...


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

...bi-annual publication for Children in Scotland members. To read the full interview, you'll need a digital subscription, which costs just £10 per year and provides access to two issues. For more information, contact Alice...


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

...bi-annual publication for Children in Scotland members. To read the full interview, you'll need a digital subscription, which costs just £10 per year and provides access to two issues. For more information, contact Alice...


“In a small country where people are well connected, adaptable and aspirational, great changes are possible”

...bi-annual publication for Children in Scotland members. To read the full interview, you'll need a digital subscription, which costs just £10 per year and provides access to two issues. For more information, contact Alice...


Supporting digital engagement and keeping young people connected online

... Supporting digital engagement and keeping young people connected online 3 Mar 2021 Claudia Baldacchino from social innovation charity People Know How – a contributor to our upcoming Learning Week – discusses how the organisation has...


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

... Young people can use their digital rights to hold those in power to account. In a time of crisis, that matters even more 13 May 2020 Children increasingly share their creative work, writing and beliefs online. While the internet offers...


Insight: Rising to the challenge of delivering the digital edition of our magazine

... Insight: Rising to the challenge of delivering our magazine as a digital edition 28 April 2020 In this week’s blog, Jennifer Drummond, Editor of Children in Scotland magazine, shares how the national lockdown has led to creative solutions...


Making rights real: new digital accessibility resource launches

... Making rights real: new digital accessibility resource launches 20 November 2019 We’ve launched a new resource allowing visitors to our website to customise content so that they can access it in ways that work best for them. The move...

accessibility Disability discrimination equality UNCRC

25 Calls response: Dialogue is key to a healthy digital life – for children and parents

... Dialogue is key to a healthy digital life – for children and parents 8 May 2019 Responding to Call 10 of our 25 Calls campaign, National Parent Forum of Scotland Chair Joanna Murphy says that if schools can create a strong, shared set of...


Making cyber security fun for children

...for cyber resilience skills to be developed in the early years Children are growing up in a digital world. According to a recent report by Ofcom, 97% of children in the UK have access to the internet with 86% of 5-7-year-olds using tablet...


Insight magazine Issue 3 now available for non-members

...of our member magazine, Insight, one year after publication, allowing non-members to read the digital edition for free.  The third issue of Insight, originally published in November 2022, is packed with profiles, interviews and features,...


"Climate justice offers us a pathway to a world where all of us are free”

...publication for Children in Scotland members. To read the full interview, you'll need a digital subscription, which costs just £10 per year and provides access to two issues. For more information, contact Alice...


New partnership set to improve access to education for professionals in the children’s sector

...health and wellbeing, as well as more general courses focused on leadership, sustainability and digital skills. Children in Scotland’s workforce will also benefit from the new partnership, with access to The Open University (OU) in...


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

...inform and inspire our readers." Providing a space to share knowledge and best practice, print and digital editions of Insight are published twice a year, with all Children in Scotland members receiving a free copy. Click here to find out more...


Imagining 'elsewhere': art therapy helping set children free from the anxiety of chronic illness

...work: www.teapot-trust.org About the author Carrie Cowley has responsibility for digital Communications at Teapot Trust Click here for more Building blocks for change Book now for Children in Scotland's...


The aim is the same: people are at the heart of our communications strategy

...progress and change across the children’s sector, Lynn Gilmour reflects on what three decades of digital innovation have meant for the organisation’s communications team  I reflect regularly on this LinkedIn article from 2018 (click here to...


Exploring the research behind Therapeutic Life Story Work

...and its next Annual Conference in May 2024. Children in Scotland’s Learning Guide is a free digital publication and is available online now. Click here to access the guide About the author Arran Purdie is a Learning &...


Latest edition of Insight magazine available now

...people and families that they support and represent.” Insight is available in both print and digital format. Click here to find out more about joining us in membership Non-members can subscribe to Insight for just £10per year (2...


Class act: promoting inclusive school settings

...you work with and consider what they want within their setting.   Click here to access the digital version of the visual resource Please email cross@childreninscotland.org.uk if you wish to discuss this further with a member of the...


The science of conflict management

...conflict management 8 Dec 2022 Following their workshop at our annual conference, Cyrenians' digital Media and Content Manager, Colin Waters, discusses how being more in tune with our neural networks can help avoid conflict and relationship...

conflict relationships

Insight magazine recognised in national publishing awards

...and managing editors Catherine Bromley and Chris Small, and to Lynn Gilmour and Nina Joynson for digital comms support. “I also want to acknowledge the fourth year and postgraduate illustration students at Edinburgh College of Art who...


Latest issue of Insight now available

...is available for free to all Children in Scotland members, as both print and digital editions. Click here to find out more about joining us in membership Non-members can subscribe to receive Insight for just £10 per year (2...

care experienced people child poverty child rights Early years Education literacy Mental Health Wellbeing

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

...more Our Media Pack We offer a a range of advertising opportunities across our digital platforms and print publications Click here to...



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Sophie Ward

...the opportunity to work across its marketing activities and develop the Orchestra’s first ever digital concert season. Sophie has ten years' experience managing projects for a number of culture organisations and charities including...

ward

Arran Purdie

...the literacy experiences of young learners is her passion. She is currently also studying digital Marketing. When not at work, Arran enjoys practicing yoga, and expressing herself through art, including pottery, stained glass, and...

purdie

Alice Hinds

...Alice has worked for a range of regional and national print newspapers and magazines, as well as digital titles and social media platforms. Working on a variety of topics, spanning front page splashes to celebrity interviews, magazine journalism...

hinds

Mark Hill

... Mark Hill IT and digital Manager Mark took up the role of IT and digital Manager with Children in Scotland in September 2022. He previously worked for the Chartered Banker Institute as Head of Innovation, leading the digital transformation of the...

hill


Children in Scotland events: Inclusive language guidance for trainers

...and Irish Traveller groups. Click here for more guidance from the UK Government.   digital Accessibility In addition to these language considerations, we also recommend you follow guidance to make sure that your presentation...


Online Hub - Annual Conference 2022

...accessibility. Click the icon on the bottom right of your screen for more options. See the full digital conference brochure here. Welcome [video width="100%" height="100%"...


Annual Conference 2022

...an * below are part of the online programme as well as the in-person programme.  See the full digital conference brochure here. Exhibition Hall (open all day, both days) | Click here for current exhibitors Day One Welcome* (9:35am-9:55am)...



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Enter The Why Not? Trust’s digital showcase
post

... Magazine / Last chance to enter The Why Not? Trust’s digital showcase Posted 18.10.23 by Alice Hinds art care experienced people care system digital The Why Not? Trust is seeking artwork from parents with...

art care experienced people care system digital

Funding available for essential digital devices
post

... Magazine / Funding available for digital devices to support learning programmes across Scotland Posted 21.08.23 by Alice Hinds community digital funding Support Community-based organisations can apply for a...

community digital funding Support

Encouraging students towards digital tech
post

... Magazine / News: Pupils encouraged to learn digital technologies with new funding Posted 8 February, 2023 by Nina Joynson digital funding schools Scottish...

digital funding schools Scottish Government skills technology

Carbon footprint is focus of new digital art installation
post

...Village Footprint, Shilpi Kumari Magazine / News: Carbon footprint is focus of new digital art installation Posted 3 November, 2021 by Nina Joynson Arts climate climate change environment A...

Arts climate climate change environment

NTS launch digital education portal
post

... Magazine / News: National Theatre of Scotland launches new digital education portal Posted 27 Aug 2021 by Jennifer Drummond Arts Education The new educational channel will include resources to support...

Arts Education

Call 10: It's time to agree a common set of values in the digital world
post

... Call 10: It's time to agree a common set of values in the digital world By Jess McBeath Technology moves apace. ‘Going online’ no longer involves the once-familiar beeps and screeches as the modem connects you to the world wide...


Launch of Children's Pocket Garden Design competition
post

...received almost 200 entries to the competition, and 42 finalists saw their designs included in the digital showcase. Educators considering taking part in this year’s competition are invited to come along to a Meet the Mentors twilight session on...

design Education environment schools

Scottish Government launches vaping awareness campaign
post

...advertising, the Take Hold marketing campaign will see schools around Scotland provided with digital guidance packs and resources for posters, reinforcing the key message that vapes may quickly become harmfully addictive for children and...

changing our world consultation health and wellbeing Scottish Government

Insight – Issue 5
post

...a members’ benefit, with copies included as part of full membership with Children in Scotland. A digital edition can also be accessed via the Member area (log in required). Not a member? Click here for more information about...


Insight - Issue 1
post

...a member benefit, with copies included as part of full membership with Children in Scotland.  A digital edition can also be accessed via the Member area (log in required).  Not a member? Click here for more information about...


Insight - Issue 2
post

...a member benefit, with copies included as part of full membership with Children in Scotland.  A digital edition can also be accessed via the Member area (log in required).  Not a member? Click here for more information about...


Insight - Issue 3
post

...a member benefit, with copies included as part of full membership with Children in Scotland.  A digital edition can also be accessed via the Member area (log in required).  Not a member? Click here for more information about...


Insight - Issue 4
post

...a members’ benefit, with copies included as part of full membership with Children in Scotland. A digital edition can also be accessed via the Member area (log in required). Not a member? Click here for more information about...


Member Insight Blog: Latest
post

...here for more Imagining 'Elsewhere' Carrie Cowley has responsibility for digital Communications at Teapot Trust Click here for more Reframing education in Scotland Robin Duckett is Director of...


Young people united through street art
post

...young Scots.” All five outdoor artworks are due to be completed by 2024, after which a digital mural trail will be available online alongside images and videos that explain the ethos behind the project. For more information, click here...

art care care experienced people creativity

New app launched to help school leavers
post

...charity ARC Scotland (click here for more), with funding from the Scottish Government, the Compass digital platform aims to be a “one-stop shop” for young people as they leave school, providing support and advice for students, as well as...

additional support needs Disability School transition

Social history project captures LGBTQ+ voices
post

...will be documented through film, photography, audio and text, then shared through a national digital exhibition. Working in partnership with national archivists, the project will then be professionally archived to create an “accessible,...

communities equality LGBT young people

Coronation portrait project launched
post

...country have been invited to take part in the upcoming coronation by contributing to a “giant digital portrait” of King Charles III. Launched by BBC Children in Need, The Royally Big Portrait will feature thousands of individual images of...

Arts Children culture

Building confidence and wellbeing through STEM
post

...launch event on 28 March, 10:30-16:00, Edinburgh Related content Pupils encouraged to learn digital technologies with new funding Feb 8, 2023 Young men's mental health and participation is the focus of new research Jan 11, 2023 Pupils...

health and wellbeing research science STEM technology young people youth workers

Climate-conscious theatre performance comes to Scottish schools
post

...book addresses climate anxiety amongst children Jun 28, 2022 Carbon footprint is focus of new digital art installation Nov 3, 2021 National Theatre of Scotland launches new digital education portal Aug 27,...

Arts climate climate change environment schools

Computing Science gets a boost in Scottish schools
post

...schools Posted 9 February 2022, by Nina Joynson Curriculum for Excellence digital Education funding Scottish Government technology Computing Science in schools will benefit from government...

Curriculum for Excellence digital Education funding Scottish Government technology