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Life in Scotland for LGBT Young People: Rural Report

Access to Childcare Fund

Truth and Consequences for the Kibble Boys (2008-2009)

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

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

25 Calls response: Here’s what’s missing from the debate about how to transform mental health outcomes for children

...particularly for care experienced young people. The prevalence of mental health issues amongst looked after children is often quoted as being around 45 per cent. Those who work with care experienced children and young people will instinctively...


25 Calls response: Dirty air is damaging children

New reports assess practice and leadership in Scotland’s Integrated Children’s Services

...1 Read the report CELCIS Find out more about CELCIS, the Centre for Excellence for looked after children in Scotland. Visit the website Report Integrated Children’s Services in Scotland: Practice and Leadership, an...


Taking steps towards a more inclusive education system

...particularly helpful to children whose parents are not always able to act on their behalf ,such as looked after children and young carers. It is also important to note here that there may be some children and young people who do not have capacity...

Additional support Children's rights Legislation

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

Youth Advisory Group launched as part of Scotland’s Suicide Prevention Action Plan
Child protection child safety Legislation Scottish Government

Ensuring no child is too hungry to learn

Not losing the human element of being 'present' with people
additional support for learning ASL mediation

It’s time to recognise and understand our armed forces young people

Child rights or public health? There's no choice

Scotland's public health time bomb is ticking

“This crisis is a chance to start talking about how much autistic people and neurotypicals have in common”
anxiety Autism cortisol neurotypical relaxation stress stress management

25 Calls response: Working to make Scotland a nation of Unfearties!

25 Calls response: Where there are child protection concerns, poverty can be the elephant in the room
25calls

25 Calls response – Prevention and early intervention can help us win the battle against poverty

25 Calls interview with Richard Wilkinson part 2: “We use social media more antisocially than in an egalitarian society”

Food, Families, Futures project sees summer take-up rise to almost 4,000
Children Councillors Families Food Health Jackie Brock

Children in Scotland events: Inclusive language guidance for trainers

...‘young people with care experience’ should be used instead of the now outdated term 'looked after children'. Click here for more guidance on writing about the care-system from the Each & Every Child Toolkit. ‘Distressed...


Foster Care Fortnight: foster carers' essential work

...too. Are siblings fostered together? Due to Part 13 of the Children (Scotland) Act 2020, and the looked after children (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2021, since last year, local authorities have a duty to place siblings with the same foster...

care care experienced people foster care the Promise

It's time to deliver change in foster care

...Drummond ASL care experienced Education foster care Health looked after children Mental Health A recent report has highlighted the unmet needs of young people in foster care, as well as the...

ASL care experienced Education foster care Health looked after children Mental Health

Evidence shows poor planning for care leavers

...2022 by Catherine Bromley care experience equality health and wellbeing looked after children Mental Health Against the backdrop of stark statistics from Public Health Scotland on significant waiting lists...

care experience equality health and wellbeing looked after children Mental Health

The Early Learning & Childcare (ELC) Inclusion Fund

...are affecting their ability to learn, or they are experiencing social or emotional problems. All looked after children are assumed to have additional support needs unless they are assessed as not needing extra help to learn. The response to the...


CELCIS Christmas Card competition 2022
Arts care experience creative

Renewed calls for minimum allowance for foster carers
care experienced foster care

Q&A with Corrie McLean: Girls and autism
ASL ASN Autism

Living Museums - Stirling

"There have been too many promises of change, followed by a failure to act"
Additional support additional support for ASL ASN Education

Access to Childcare Fund

"We need to nurture staff who nurture our kids"

Call 2: Make it your business to tackle child poverty

The picture of health


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Life in Scotland for LGBT Young People: Rural Report

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

25 Calls response: Here’s what’s missing from the debate about how to transform mental health outcomes for children

...particularly for care experienced young people. The prevalence of mental health issues amongst looked after children is often quoted as being around 45 per cent. Those who work with care experienced children and young people will instinctively...


25 Calls response: Dirty air is damaging children

New reports assess practice and leadership in Scotland’s Integrated Children’s Services

...1 Read the report CELCIS Find out more about CELCIS, the Centre for Excellence for looked after children in Scotland. Visit the website Report Integrated Children’s Services in Scotland: Practice and Leadership, an...


Taking steps towards a more inclusive education system

...particularly helpful to children whose parents are not always able to act on their behalf ,such as looked after children and young carers. It is also important to note here that there may be some children and young people who do not have capacity...

Additional support Children's rights Legislation

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

Youth Advisory Group launched as part of Scotland’s Suicide Prevention Action Plan
Child protection child safety Legislation Scottish Government

Ensuring no child is too hungry to learn

Not losing the human element of being 'present' with people
additional support for learning ASL mediation

It’s time to recognise and understand our armed forces young people

Child rights or public health? There's no choice

Scotland's public health time bomb is ticking

“This crisis is a chance to start talking about how much autistic people and neurotypicals have in common”
anxiety Autism cortisol neurotypical relaxation stress stress management

25 Calls response: Working to make Scotland a nation of Unfearties!

25 Calls response: Where there are child protection concerns, poverty can be the elephant in the room
25calls

25 Calls response – Prevention and early intervention can help us win the battle against poverty

25 Calls interview with Richard Wilkinson part 2: “We use social media more antisocially than in an egalitarian society”

Food, Families, Futures project sees summer take-up rise to almost 4,000
Children Councillors Families Food Health Jackie Brock


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Children in Scotland events: Inclusive language guidance for trainers

...‘young people with care experience’ should be used instead of the now outdated term 'looked after children'. Click here for more guidance on writing about the care-system from the Each & Every Child Toolkit. ‘Distressed...


The Early Learning & Childcare (ELC) Inclusion Fund

...are affecting their ability to learn, or they are experiencing social or emotional problems. All looked after children are assumed to have additional support needs unless they are assessed as not needing extra help to learn. The response to the...


Access to Childcare Fund

The picture of health


No results found.


No results found.


Foster Care Fortnight: foster carers' essential work
post

...too. Are siblings fostered together? Due to Part 13 of the Children (Scotland) Act 2020, and the looked after children (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2021, since last year, local authorities have a duty to place siblings with the same foster...

care care experienced people foster care the Promise

It's time to deliver change in foster care
post

...Drummond ASL care experienced Education foster care Health looked after children Mental Health A recent report has highlighted the unmet needs of young people in foster care, as well as the...

ASL care experienced Education foster care Health looked after children Mental Health

Evidence shows poor planning for care leavers
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...2022 by Catherine Bromley care experience equality health and wellbeing looked after children Mental Health Against the backdrop of stark statistics from Public Health Scotland on significant waiting lists...

care experience equality health and wellbeing looked after children Mental Health

CELCIS Christmas Card competition 2022
postArts care experience creative

Renewed calls for minimum allowance for foster carers
postcare experienced foster care

Q&A with Corrie McLean: Girls and autism
postASL ASN Autism

Living Museums - Stirling
post
"There have been too many promises of change, followed by a failure to act"
postAdditional support additional support for ASL ASN Education

"We need to nurture staff who nurture our kids"
post
Call 2: Make it your business to tackle child poverty
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