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Increasing access to hobbies for children and young people

...across Scotland and open to all Children in Scotland members, Amy will share the findings from her research. Ahead of the Forum, held on Wednesday, 20 March, Amy highlights why it is such a critical time to address children’s access to hobbies in...


Children in Scotland welcomes ban on single use vapes

...plans to ban single use vapes and raise the legal age for the sale of tobacco, especially as research suggests that almost one in five adolescents has tried vaping. “Changing our World’s evidence paper shows that children are just as...


Life in Scotland for LGBT Young People: Rural Report

...New research findings reveal what life is like for LGBT young people in rural areas of Scotland 3 Jan 2024 In 2022, LGBT Youth Scotland's research looking at life in Scotland for LGBT young people revealed such clear disparity between...


Looking to the future with Changing our World

...what they believe in, and feel confident in their transition to adulthood Less homelessness Better research will be available about how mental health affects different groups of people Better support for people with addictions and more research on...


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

...we want to hear about the great work you are delivering, innovation in your specialist areas, research you’ve undertaken and what you are doing with it, and how you are making a difference to the lives of children in Scotland.   Click here...


Health Inequalities: Participative research Project

... Health Inequalities: Participative research with Children and Young People February 2019- May 2020 Children in Scotland was funded by the Wellcome Trust to carry out a participative research project with children and young people aged 10-18...


A Youth Voice Network for Scotland

...& Influencing All our policy and influencing work is evidence-based and builds on our own research and data Click here for more Participation & Engagement This work is a key aspect of achieving our vision that all children in...


Live Music and Mental Health: Innovation Labs

...find out more about the project. The Innovation Labs will seek to expand and improve this area of research. To find out more information or to book a place at our Glasgow (Easterhouse) session, email David...


Exploring the research behind Therapeutic Life Story Work

... Exploring the research behind Therapeutic Life Story Work 1 Aug 2023 Professor Richard Rose has spent ten years helping practitioners work through childhood developmental trauma. Here, our Learning & Events Officer, Arran Purdie, shares...


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

...research reveals almost half of secondary school pupils are missing out on hobbies Media release 10 February New research reveals that almost half of young people of secondary school age are missing out on out-of-school activities or hobbies,...

health and wellbeing hobbies Mental Health School Scottish Government

Impact report and animation reveal the benefits of peer research in participation projects

... Impact report reveals the benefits of peer research in participation projects 26 Jan 2023 Children in Scotland has published an impact report on evaluation from the Participation through the Pandemic project. The report reveals the...

children and young people pandemic research

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

... Education reform: "We need to learn from research and 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...

Curriculum for Excellence Education education reform

Young people’s peer research into health inequalities launched

... Young people’s peer research into health inequalities launched 5 February 2020 Children in Scotland today launched a new peer research report into health inequalities in communities, undertaken by young researchers from Dalmarnock Primary...

children and young people community deprivation Health Inequality research

25 Calls response: Girlguiding Scotland research reveals how vital it is for us to champion gender equality

... Girlguiding Scotland research reveals how vital it is for us to champion gender equality 29 January 2020 Nicoletta Primo from Girlguiding Scotland responds to Call 13 and young campaigner Ruby’s work on challenging gender stereotypes in...


Self-care and a focus on our wellbeing makes us better colleagues: week three for our research volunteer

... Self-care and a focus on our wellbeing makes us better colleagues: week three for our research volunteer 30 Jul 2019 My third week at Children in Scotland started off a little differently to the others. I was unwell and had to take the day...


First-hand youth engagement and behind the scenes planning: week two for our research volunteer

... First-hand youth engagement and behind the scenes planning: week two for our research volunteer 19 July 2019 My first week at Children in Scotland was brilliant – little did I know my second week would be even better! I have seen a lot of...


Working on matters that are important to me has been so valuable: a week in the life of a research volunteer

... Working on matters that are important to me has been so valuable: a week in the life of a research volunteer 12 Jul 2019 My first week working within the Policy, Projects and Participations team has been a blast! To be able to work on matters...


“We cannot witness another generation of young people going through this” – our staff share project learning in response to latest child poverty research

...people going through this” – our staff share learning in response to latest child poverty research 28 May 2020 Children in Scotland has responded to  new research showing a marked rise in child poverty rates across the UK over the past...


New project empowers young researchers to tackle health inequalities

... New project empowers young researchers to tackle health inequalities 3 June 2019 Children in Scotland has been funded from the Wellcome Trust to carry out a peer research project documenting the relationship between place and health...


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

...grow staff skills in key areas. Drawing on expertise, the two organisations will explore potential research and funding opportunities focused on improving the lives of children and young people, as well as creating events that will foster...


Inclusion Ambassadors recognised in international report into inclusive education

...on the selection of the Inclusion Ambassadors as a case study, Justine Zutautaite, research Coordinator and Associate at the Policy Impact Lab said: “In discussions around education policy, or even when making decisions on...


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

...ideas-sharing session where each of us pitches some key themes based on our own knowledge and research into the sector. It is essential that our conferences address the aims of our Manifest0 (click here to access), as well as the priority...


The scale of the challenge can feel overwhelming, so we need to celebrate the successes

...on, Charlene Tait, Deputy Chief Executive of Scottish Autism, which was involved in the original research, explores what has changed since the report was launched, and looks at the work that is still needed. Policy and legislation can be...


An imaginative reframing of education in Scotland

...1997, Sightlines Initiative has been active in early childhood education, through action-research projects, national networking and international exchanges,  to ‘get education right for children’, so the girl’s exclamation was the...


A daring venture: new training programme explores the dynamics of successful relationships

...course, the Dynamics of Relationship-Based Practice, delivered by renowned psychologist and research scientist, Dr Suzanne Zeedyk.   The programme will run this Autumn, taking place across three days between September and November (13...


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

...relationship Scotland has with alcohol, including the introduction of Minimum Unit Pricing. research by Public Health Scotland published in June this year has shown the positive impact this has had in reducing alcohol-related deaths and...


Creating quality assessments: The benefits of values-based approaches for reporting on relationships

...in my Confidence in Practice training, for example, are introduced to key theories and research that help us to understand what goes on within interactions and relationships. Being able to conduct high quality assessment leads to the...


Young people ‘must be able to help shape life of museums’, participation project finds
living museums museums Participation Project research

New Emerging Minds project will look at how live music could boost young people’s mental health

...people’s mental health and wellbeing 5 February 2021 MEDIA RELEASE A unique multi-partner research project will examine evidence for the impact of live music experiences on the mental health and wellbeing of children and young...

Arts changing our world emerging minds Mental Health music research scottish ensemble stirling university Wellbeing

New research with young cancer patients

... Magazine / News: New research seeks to better understand the experiences of young cancer patients Posted 22 January, 2023 by Jennifer Drummond cancer children and young people Health Mental Health people...

cancer children and young people Health Mental Health people centred care Support young people

Child-led research into justice in Scotland

... Magazine / News: New child-led research into justice in Scotland Posted 22 April 2022, by Jennifer Drummond child rights child-led participation and engagement youth justice Children think...

child rights child-led participation and engagement youth justice

CHANGE: Further reading - project reports and research papers

... Further reading - project reports and research papers The CHANGE project has engaged with a number of local families and community partners since the project began in 2016. The project team gathered and presented this information alongside...


Shilla Shomai

...student at the University of Worcester and is passionate about promoting children’s rights. Her research, entitled ‘A Comparative Study of Care-experienced Parenting in Scotland and England: The Interplay of Solidarity, Attachment, and Social...

shomai

David Yule

...volunteer youth worker with LGBT+ young people. David has completed an MSc in Social Policy & research and has since applied this learning within the children's rights sector working on projects to enhance children and young people's...

yule

Diploma in Therapeutic Life Story Work

...articles to the field. Notably, this model stands as the first of its kind to undergo independent research, solidifying its status as an evidence-based narrative model. The validated outcomes of this approach showcase its efficacy in aiding...


30th anniversary

...on, Charlene Tait, Deputy Chief Executive of Scottish Autism, which was involved in the original research, explores what has changed since the report was launched, and looks at the work that is still needed. Click here to access An exciting...


Our history

...the outset, Children in Scotland became known for its EU and international partnerships and research. The CEO’s role as the UK representative on the European Commission’s Childcare Network brought it into the heart of EU research and...


Cutting the cost of the school day

...on low incomes, who may struggle to find extra money in the household budget. According to recent research from CPAG, parents across the UK typically need to find at least £39 per week for a child’s secondary school education, and £19 for a...

child poverty Children Education Poverty young people

Rural Action Fund reopens for applications

...Scotland website: www.youthscotland.org.uk/programme/rural-action-fund Related content research reveals almost half of secondary school pupils are missing out on hobbies 10 February 2023 How the arts helped me rewrite my life story 22...

rural young people youth work

Member Insight Blog: Latest

...in Scotland for LGBT Young People Paul Daly is Interim Senior Policy, Participation and research Manager at LGBT Youth Scotland Click here for more Make cyber security fun for children Frances O'Neill is...


Georgia Johnston

...and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Team at UNICEF. She provided administrative support as well as research insight for projects that provided mental health care and psychosocial support to children who went through humanitarian...

Johnston

New report explores poverty and the care system

...poverty and the care system Posted 24.08.23 by Alice Hinds care system Children Poverty research New report reveals families face further financial hardship when children are taken into care New research has revealed the detrimental...

care system Children Poverty research

New resources to support school attendance

...(RIC), as part of a new back to school campaign, the Interactive Attendance Guide provides research, information and advice on truancy, bullying, avoidance and anxiety, as well as many more common issues relating to school attendance, which...

Attainment Education family support schools Scottish Schools

College launches National Opportunity Day

...pupils on results day July 27, 2023 Families paying hundreds per year on essential education, new research finds May 11, 2023 Comment: “Exams aren’t everything – every pupil, and every pupil’s journey, matters” May 31,...

Education exams higher education School

Sophie Elliott

...in teaching, Sophie completed a bachelor’s degree in Drama and Performance where she developed a research interest in young people’s access to the arts and other extra curricular activities in Scotland. During her studies, she worked at an...

elliott

#AndSheCycles Festival 2023: Everything you need to know

...Gears project captures young people’s views on cycling, safety and health May 8, 2020 research reveals almost half of secondary school pupils miss out on hobbies Feb 10, 2023 The future of football is in your hands June 2,...

active travel bikes cycling events

Investment for new Bairns’ Hoose test sites

...from the findings of the Scottish Barnahus pilot. Related content News: New child-led research into justice in Scotland April 22, 2022 News: Co-created resource offers advice on navigating youth justice system Jan 28,2022 Laying the...

child-led Children's rights the Promise youth justice

Arran Purdie

...Literature and Literacies for which she received a distinction. During her Masters, her research focused on bridging the gap between home literacy practices and school literacy practices with the aim of promoting equity and equality for...

purdie

Education costs families hundreds per year, study finds

... Magazine / Families paying hundreds per year on essential education, new research finds Posted 11.05.23 by Alice Hinds cost of living Education free school meals School Parents and caregivers are spending...

cost of living Education free school meals School

Social history project captures LGBTQ+ voices

...unveiled a new five-year strategy, co-designed with the Youth Reference Group (YRG). Informed by research and developed alongside young people aged 13–25, the strategic goals for the charity include changing lives through youth work,...

communities equality LGBT young people

Young people’s health worsened by poor quality housing

.../ Millions of young people’s physical and mental health worsened by poor quality housing, new research finds Posted 20.04.23 by Alice Hinds Children housing Poverty young people One in six young people in the UK...

Children housing Poverty young people

Hannah Priest

...achieving a 1st Class with Honours. Throughout her studies she placed a focus on equality and researching the impact that policy has particularly on children and women's rights. Away from work, Hannah is an avid book collector and reader who...

priest

Building confidence and wellbeing through STEM

...STEM and build wellbeing Posted 21 March, 2023 by Nina Joynson health and wellbeing research science STEM technology young people youth workers Science Ceilidh is launching a new project to explore the...

health and wellbeing research science STEM technology young people youth workers

Engaging marginalised young men

... Magazine / News: Young men's mental health and participation is the focus of new research Posted 11 January, 2023 by Nina Joynson boys law LGBT Mental Health Participation research young people A new two-year study led by Children...

boys law LGBT Mental Health Participation research young people

ADHD more likely for youngest in school year

...6 July, 2022 by Nina Joynson ADHD Education Mental Health research School A new study has revealed that children who are younger in the school year are more likely to receive treatment for...

ADHD Education Mental Health research School


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Increasing access to hobbies for children and young people

...across Scotland and open to all Children in Scotland members, Amy will share the findings from her research. Ahead of the Forum, held on Wednesday, 20 March, Amy highlights why it is such a critical time to address children’s access to hobbies in...


Children in Scotland welcomes ban on single use vapes

...plans to ban single use vapes and raise the legal age for the sale of tobacco, especially as research suggests that almost one in five adolescents has tried vaping. “Changing our World’s evidence paper shows that children are just as...


Life in Scotland for LGBT Young People: Rural Report

...New research findings reveal what life is like for LGBT young people in rural areas of Scotland 3 Jan 2024 In 2022, LGBT Youth Scotland's research looking at life in Scotland for LGBT young people revealed such clear disparity between...


Looking to the future with Changing our World

...what they believe in, and feel confident in their transition to adulthood Less homelessness Better research will be available about how mental health affects different groups of people Better support for people with addictions and more research on...


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

...we want to hear about the great work you are delivering, innovation in your specialist areas, research you’ve undertaken and what you are doing with it, and how you are making a difference to the lives of children in Scotland.   Click here...


Exploring the research behind Therapeutic Life Story Work

... Exploring the research behind Therapeutic Life Story Work 1 Aug 2023 Professor Richard Rose has spent ten years helping practitioners work through childhood developmental trauma. Here, our Learning & Events Officer, Arran Purdie, shares...


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

...research reveals almost half of secondary school pupils are missing out on hobbies Media release 10 February New research reveals that almost half of young people of secondary school age are missing out on out-of-school activities or hobbies,...

health and wellbeing hobbies Mental Health School Scottish Government

Impact report and animation reveal the benefits of peer research in participation projects

... Impact report reveals the benefits of peer research in participation projects 26 Jan 2023 Children in Scotland has published an impact report on evaluation from the Participation through the Pandemic project. The report reveals the...

children and young people pandemic research

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

... Education reform: "We need to learn from research and 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...

Curriculum for Excellence Education education reform

Young people’s peer research into health inequalities launched

... Young people’s peer research into health inequalities launched 5 February 2020 Children in Scotland today launched a new peer research report into health inequalities in communities, undertaken by young researchers from Dalmarnock Primary...

children and young people community deprivation Health Inequality research

25 Calls response: Girlguiding Scotland research reveals how vital it is for us to champion gender equality

... Girlguiding Scotland research reveals how vital it is for us to champion gender equality 29 January 2020 Nicoletta Primo from Girlguiding Scotland responds to Call 13 and young campaigner Ruby’s work on challenging gender stereotypes in...


Self-care and a focus on our wellbeing makes us better colleagues: week three for our research volunteer

... Self-care and a focus on our wellbeing makes us better colleagues: week three for our research volunteer 30 Jul 2019 My third week at Children in Scotland started off a little differently to the others. I was unwell and had to take the day...


First-hand youth engagement and behind the scenes planning: week two for our research volunteer

... First-hand youth engagement and behind the scenes planning: week two for our research volunteer 19 July 2019 My first week at Children in Scotland was brilliant – little did I know my second week would be even better! I have seen a lot of...


Working on matters that are important to me has been so valuable: a week in the life of a research volunteer

... Working on matters that are important to me has been so valuable: a week in the life of a research volunteer 12 Jul 2019 My first week working within the Policy, Projects and Participations team has been a blast! To be able to work on matters...


“We cannot witness another generation of young people going through this” – our staff share project learning in response to latest child poverty research

...people going through this” – our staff share learning in response to latest child poverty research 28 May 2020 Children in Scotland has responded to  new research showing a marked rise in child poverty rates across the UK over the past...


New project empowers young researchers to tackle health inequalities

... New project empowers young researchers to tackle health inequalities 3 June 2019 Children in Scotland has been funded from the Wellcome Trust to carry out a peer research project documenting the relationship between place and health...


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

...grow staff skills in key areas. Drawing on expertise, the two organisations will explore potential research and funding opportunities focused on improving the lives of children and young people, as well as creating events that will foster...


Inclusion Ambassadors recognised in international report into inclusive education

...on the selection of the Inclusion Ambassadors as a case study, Justine Zutautaite, research Coordinator and Associate at the Policy Impact Lab said: “In discussions around education policy, or even when making decisions on...


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

...ideas-sharing session where each of us pitches some key themes based on our own knowledge and research into the sector. It is essential that our conferences address the aims of our Manifest0 (click here to access), as well as the priority...


The scale of the challenge can feel overwhelming, so we need to celebrate the successes

...on, Charlene Tait, Deputy Chief Executive of Scottish Autism, which was involved in the original research, explores what has changed since the report was launched, and looks at the work that is still needed. Policy and legislation can be...


An imaginative reframing of education in Scotland

...1997, Sightlines Initiative has been active in early childhood education, through action-research projects, national networking and international exchanges,  to ‘get education right for children’, so the girl’s exclamation was the...


A daring venture: new training programme explores the dynamics of successful relationships

...course, the Dynamics of Relationship-Based Practice, delivered by renowned psychologist and research scientist, Dr Suzanne Zeedyk.   The programme will run this Autumn, taking place across three days between September and November (13...


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

...relationship Scotland has with alcohol, including the introduction of Minimum Unit Pricing. research by Public Health Scotland published in June this year has shown the positive impact this has had in reducing alcohol-related deaths and...


Creating quality assessments: The benefits of values-based approaches for reporting on relationships

...in my Confidence in Practice training, for example, are introduced to key theories and research that help us to understand what goes on within interactions and relationships. Being able to conduct high quality assessment leads to the...


Young people ‘must be able to help shape life of museums’, participation project finds
living museums museums Participation Project research

New Emerging Minds project will look at how live music could boost young people’s mental health

...people’s mental health and wellbeing 5 February 2021 MEDIA RELEASE A unique multi-partner research project will examine evidence for the impact of live music experiences on the mental health and wellbeing of children and young...

Arts changing our world emerging minds Mental Health music research scottish ensemble stirling university Wellbeing


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Shilla Shomai

...student at the University of Worcester and is passionate about promoting children’s rights. Her research, entitled ‘A Comparative Study of Care-experienced Parenting in Scotland and England: The Interplay of Solidarity, Attachment, and Social...

shomai

David Yule

...volunteer youth worker with LGBT+ young people. David has completed an MSc in Social Policy & research and has since applied this learning within the children's rights sector working on projects to enhance children and young people's...

yule

Georgia Johnston

...and Psychosocial Support (MHPSS) Team at UNICEF. She provided administrative support as well as research insight for projects that provided mental health care and psychosocial support to children who went through humanitarian...

Johnston

Sophie Elliott

...in teaching, Sophie completed a bachelor’s degree in Drama and Performance where she developed a research interest in young people’s access to the arts and other extra curricular activities in Scotland. During her studies, she worked at an...

elliott

Arran Purdie

...Literature and Literacies for which she received a distinction. During her Masters, her research focused on bridging the gap between home literacy practices and school literacy practices with the aim of promoting equity and equality for...

purdie

Hannah Priest

...achieving a 1st Class with Honours. Throughout her studies she placed a focus on equality and researching the impact that policy has particularly on children and women's rights. Away from work, Hannah is an avid book collector and reader who...

priest


CHANGE: Further reading - project reports and research papers

... Further reading - project reports and research papers The CHANGE project has engaged with a number of local families and community partners since the project began in 2016. The project team gathered and presented this information alongside...


Diploma in Therapeutic Life Story Work

...articles to the field. Notably, this model stands as the first of its kind to undergo independent research, solidifying its status as an evidence-based narrative model. The validated outcomes of this approach showcase its efficacy in aiding...


30th anniversary

...on, Charlene Tait, Deputy Chief Executive of Scottish Autism, which was involved in the original research, explores what has changed since the report was launched, and looks at the work that is still needed. Click here to access An exciting...


Our history

...the outset, Children in Scotland became known for its EU and international partnerships and research. The CEO’s role as the UK representative on the European Commission’s Childcare Network brought it into the heart of EU research and...



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New research with young cancer patients
post

... Magazine / News: New research seeks to better understand the experiences of young cancer patients Posted 22 January, 2023 by Jennifer Drummond cancer children and young people Health Mental Health people...

cancer children and young people Health Mental Health people centred care Support young people

Child-led research into justice in Scotland
post

... Magazine / News: New child-led research into justice in Scotland Posted 22 April 2022, by Jennifer Drummond child rights child-led participation and engagement youth justice Children think...

child rights child-led participation and engagement youth justice

Cutting the cost of the school day
post

...on low incomes, who may struggle to find extra money in the household budget. According to recent research from CPAG, parents across the UK typically need to find at least £39 per week for a child’s secondary school education, and £19 for a...

child poverty Children Education Poverty young people

Rural Action Fund reopens for applications
post

...Scotland website: www.youthscotland.org.uk/programme/rural-action-fund Related content research reveals almost half of secondary school pupils are missing out on hobbies 10 February 2023 How the arts helped me rewrite my life story 22...

rural young people youth work

Member Insight Blog: Latest
post

...in Scotland for LGBT Young People Paul Daly is Interim Senior Policy, Participation and research Manager at LGBT Youth Scotland Click here for more Make cyber security fun for children Frances O'Neill is...


New report explores poverty and the care system
post

...poverty and the care system Posted 24.08.23 by Alice Hinds care system Children Poverty research New report reveals families face further financial hardship when children are taken into care New research has revealed the detrimental...

care system Children Poverty research

New resources to support school attendance
post

...(RIC), as part of a new back to school campaign, the Interactive Attendance Guide provides research, information and advice on truancy, bullying, avoidance and anxiety, as well as many more common issues relating to school attendance, which...

Attainment Education family support schools Scottish Schools

College launches National Opportunity Day
post

...pupils on results day July 27, 2023 Families paying hundreds per year on essential education, new research finds May 11, 2023 Comment: “Exams aren’t everything – every pupil, and every pupil’s journey, matters” May 31,...

Education exams higher education School

#AndSheCycles Festival 2023: Everything you need to know
post

...Gears project captures young people’s views on cycling, safety and health May 8, 2020 research reveals almost half of secondary school pupils miss out on hobbies Feb 10, 2023 The future of football is in your hands June 2,...

active travel bikes cycling events

Investment for new Bairns’ Hoose test sites
post

...from the findings of the Scottish Barnahus pilot. Related content News: New child-led research into justice in Scotland April 22, 2022 News: Co-created resource offers advice on navigating youth justice system Jan 28,2022 Laying the...

child-led Children's rights the Promise youth justice

Education costs families hundreds per year, study finds
post

... Magazine / Families paying hundreds per year on essential education, new research finds Posted 11.05.23 by Alice Hinds cost of living Education free school meals School Parents and caregivers are spending...

cost of living Education free school meals School

Social history project captures LGBTQ+ voices
post

...unveiled a new five-year strategy, co-designed with the Youth Reference Group (YRG). Informed by research and developed alongside young people aged 13–25, the strategic goals for the charity include changing lives through youth work,...

communities equality LGBT young people

Young people’s health worsened by poor quality housing
post

.../ Millions of young people’s physical and mental health worsened by poor quality housing, new research finds Posted 20.04.23 by Alice Hinds Children housing Poverty young people One in six young people in the UK...

Children housing Poverty young people

Building confidence and wellbeing through STEM
post

...STEM and build wellbeing Posted 21 March, 2023 by Nina Joynson health and wellbeing research science STEM technology young people youth workers Science Ceilidh is launching a new project to explore the...

health and wellbeing research science STEM technology young people youth workers

Engaging marginalised young men
post

... Magazine / News: Young men's mental health and participation is the focus of new research Posted 11 January, 2023 by Nina Joynson boys law LGBT Mental Health Participation research young people A new two-year study led by Children...

boys law LGBT Mental Health Participation research young people

ADHD more likely for youngest in school year
post

...6 July, 2022 by Nina Joynson ADHD Education Mental Health research School A new study has revealed that children who are younger in the school year are more likely to receive treatment for...

ADHD Education Mental Health research School