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schools as a Hub for Community Regeneration, STV Hunter schools Project (2014-2015)

...schools as a Hub for Community Regeneration (STV Hunter schools Project) This project ran between 2014 and 2015. Children in Scotland worked with six pathfinder schools in some of Scotland's most deprived areas to support them in using their...


Better Eating, Better Learning: a project about food in Scotland's schools (2015)

... Better Eating, Better Learning: a project about food in Scotland's schools (2015) The Better Eating, Better Learning (BEBL) project consulted with children and young people to inform recommendations for the development of school food...


Project challenging food poverty expands to 26 schools across Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire

... Project challenging food poverty expands to 26 schools across Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire 3 July 2017 From today, 26 schools in the west of Scotland will be taking part in Children in Scotland’s expanded Food, Families, Futures...

Children Councillors Families Food Health Jackie Brock Scottish Schools

Children’s intimate healthcare needs in schools must be met. So who’s responsible?

... Children’s intimate healthcare needs in schools must be met. So who’s responsible? Children in Scotland is calling for clearer guidance on the role of school staff in meeting pupils’ healthcare needs. Enquire, the Scottish Advice...

Children Consultation response Healthcare News Policy School Scottish Government Staff

News: Consultation on physical intervention in schools opened

... 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 physical...

Education human rights rights

Young people’s worsening mental health and bullying in schools ‘direct consequence of UK’s inequality’, Children in Scotland conference to hear

... Young people’s worsening mental health and bullying in schools ‘direct consequence of UK’s inequality’, Children in Scotland conference to hear 7 Nov 2018 Embargoed: 00:01 hours, Wednesday 7 November 2018 School bullying and mental...


25 Calls interview with Richard Wilkinson part 3: “There is so much more bullying in schools in more unequal societies. But why?”

... “There is so much more bullying in schools in more unequal societies. But why?” 12 December 2018 As part of our 25 Calls campaign we spoke to Professor Richard  Wilkinson, co-author of the groundbreaking book The Spirit Level and its...

bullying Inequality schools

Press release: New award for schools celebrating pupils with additional needs

... New award for schools celebrating pupils with additional needs 4 May 2022 MEDIA RELEASE schools who actively celebrate the successes and achievements of their pupils with additional support needs are to be recognised with a new award launched...

Additional support inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors

Comment: We need to embed early interventions and mental health support in all schools across Scotland

... Magazine / Comment: We need to support schools to become mentally healthy places to be Posted 11 February, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond Education Mental Health First launched in 2015, Children’s Mental Health Week...

Education Mental Health

News: schools face new disruption as exams approach

... Magazine / News: schools face new disruption to learning as exams approach Posted 22 March 2022, by Nina Joynson Covid-19 Education exams SQA A new spike in Covid cases has forced councils to consider a...

Covid-19 Education exams SQA

News: Scottish Government criticised on lack of ventilation strategy for schools

.../ News: Scottish Government criticised for failing to put ventilation strategy into action in schools Posted 2 December, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond Covid-19 Education Concerns over a lack of sustainable options for improving clean air...

Children's rights Covid-19 Education

News: See Me launches new mental health campaign for schools

... Magazine / News: schools asked to change mental health approach, as stigma and issues rise Posted 14 June, 2022 by Nina Joynson Education health and wellbeing Mental Health Scottish schools A...

Education health and wellbeing Mental Health Scottish Schools

News: New project to tackle racism in schools

... Image by Anna Cervinkova Magazine / News: New project aims to tackle racism in schools Posted 25 February, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond anti-racism Education racism A new project will support young people to lead...

anti-racism Education racism

From protest to policymaking: join my campaign for reform and ensure Afro-Scottish history is taught in our schools

...to policymaking: join my campaign for reform and ensure Afro-Scottish history is taught in our schools 10 July 2020 Changing the curriculum would be a vital step in anti-racist action, giving children in Scotland a proper understanding of...

anti-racism black lives matter diversity Education equality Inequality protest racism

News: Computing Science gets a boost in Scottish schools

...person working on laptop Magazine / News: Computing Science gets a boost in Scottish schools Posted 9 February 2022, by Nina Joynson Curriculum for Excellence digital Education funding Scottish...

Curriculum for Excellence digital Education funding Scottish Government technology

Member directory: G-M

...| glasgowwomensaid.org.uk Glenburn ELC Centre Early learning and childcare | falkirk.gov.uk/places/schools-nurseries/nursery-schools/glenburn.aspx Glenview Cottage Nursery Early learning and childcare | glenview-nursery.co.uk Gorgie Mills...


News: Pioneering community project takes next step

...and public bodies. A Commission of younger children is already active in the area’s primary schools. The Children’s Love Letham Commission will present its work to the rest of the Commission and ensure children’s voices are central to...

children and young people community Participation Wellbeing

News: SQA comes under fire for new revision materials

...by Nina Joynson Covid-19 Education education reform exams Scottish schools SQA There are revived calls for the SQA to be replaced as the authority publishes new exam guidance that many call...

Covid-19 Education education reform exams Scottish Schools SQA

Member directory: N-S

...work organisation in North West Edinburgh | pycp.co.uk Place2Be Mental health services in schools | place2be.org.uk Play Midlothian Opportunities for children’s play | playmidlothian.org.uk Play Scotland Opportunities for children’s...


Meritxell Bulbena Vela

...teaching music to children. In 2012, she volunteered to teach music and English to children in schools and orphanages in Sri Lanka.   She did her Masters in Business Administration and Finance at Heriot-Watt University. She also qualified...

bulbena

Q&A with Jennifer Lewis: Supporting young carers

...normalised within the family in a cycle that has prevailed for generations. One key aspect of our schools Awareness Project is talking directly to children through workshops and assemblies in schools where we discuss caring through stories and...

ASL Children's rights Mental Health

News: Young carers running on empty, says leading charity

...2022 Young people present key issues to Scottish Cabinet Mar 1, 2022 Comment We need to support schools to be mentally healthy places to be Feb 11,...

Education health and wellbeing kinship care Mental Health young carers

Member directory: full

...network for gallery education | engage.org/engage-scotland ESMS Erskine Stewart’s Melville schools, independent primary and secondary education | esms.org.uk EVOC The Council for Voluntary Service for Edinburgh, supporting the third sector...


Member directory: T-Z

...multilingual library | thelanguagehub.co.uk The Learning Pathways Trust A trust supporting three schools in Essex | learningpathwaysacademytrust.co.uk The Machan Trust Work with children, young people and families in Larkhall |...


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

...appropriate, avoiding stigma and respecting human rights. “We are encouraged by the pledge that schools will be used as hubs for the different services that can provide support to the priority groups of young people children and families reliant...

ASN childcare communities Covid-19 Education schools

News: High absence levels and ventilation issues as school term starts

...11 January, 2022 by Nina Joynson coronavirus Education health and wellbeing schools As children return to classrooms, schools are experiencing high levels of teacher and pupil absences while trying to handle...

coronavirus Education health and wellbeing schools

News: 500 new BSL signs added to make tech sector more inclusive

...development is the result of a partnership between Skills Development Scotland, Data Education in schools, the DDI Skills Gateway and the Scottish Sensory Centre which saw deaf tech experts spend eight months with sign linguists developing and...

accessibility BSL Education inclusion technology

After today’s vote, it’s time to reconsider P1 testing

...in testing four- and five-year olds when the benefits from the perspective of children, teachers, schools and parents are completely unproven. Will the Scottish Government now reconsider?” Share this ...

P1 schools Scottish Government teachers Tests

Kindness and fairness ‘key to excellent teaching’, children say
Participation schools teachers

Q&A with James McEnaney: Mind the gap

... Magazine / Q&A with James McEnaney: Scottish schools and the attainment gap Posted 1 February 2022, by Jennifer Drummond Education Inequality Poverty schools Ahead of his webinar for Children in Scotland,...

Education Inequality Poverty schools

Covid impact ‘risking future of vital services for young people’ across Scotland, survey finds

...from the worst of the pandemic, issues such as the role of voluntary organisations in supporting schools, access to council buildings, and wage parity in early years settings must now receive the attention they deserve.” Click here to view and...

children and young people Children's rights Covid-19 equality inclusion

News: Young people present key issues to Scottish Cabinet

...search #CabinetTakeover on Twitter.   Related content New project to tackle racism in schools Feb 25, 2022 Comment We need to support schools to become mentally healthy places to be  Feb 11, 2022 Co-created resource offers advice on...

Children's rights climate change Education environment equality Health LGBT Mental Health UNCRC

The brutal but necessary process of ‘getting over yourself’…

...past year. A year ago, we found ourselves unexpectedly back in the grip of another lockdown with schools and colleges closed, after-school groups shelving their re-opening plans, and the stabilising new routines we had created for ourselves once...


Sound and vision

...and social skills and physical and hand-eye co-ordination. The list goes on. Feedback from the schools involved in our programme tells us how much the children gain from their sessions and that most of all, they have provided a sense of fun and...


Comment: Why books and reading deserve to be celebrated

...of programmes and resources to help them develop a love of reading. We work with teachers and schools to build vibrant reading cultures through the First Minister’s Reading Challenge and our new accreditation programme, Reading schools....

Education literacy reading World Book Day

Exams aren’t everything. Every pupil, and every pupil’s journey, matters

...of years, we find ourselves working through what is likely to be a long period of recovery. As schools adjust, establish new routines and balance ongoing challenges, an important part of this should be recognising and celebrating the successes...


Membership Overview

...have an equal chance to flourish. We have 450 organisations and individuals in membership, from schools, charities and nurseries to NHS Boards, local authorities and community interest groups. By bringing such a variety of skills and experiences...


Q&A with Susie Heywood: Tackling gender stereotypes

...Education. Related content S.M.I.L.E Counselling named Charity of the Year  June 17, 2022 schools asked to change mental health approach as stigma and issues rise  June 14,...

equality gender Inequality public health

Report marks progress in collaboration, skills-building and calls to action

...more than 450 organisations, including 250+ charities and statutory bodies and 111 nurseries, schools and universities, after-school clubs, sports clubs, libraries, care services and residential care homes. Our strength and influence come from...


News: Children younger in school year more likely to be treated for ADHD

...Heywood: Tackling gender stereotypes 28 Jun 2022 Consultation opens on physical intervention in schools 22 Jun...

ADHD Education Mental Health research School

What is participation?

News: Pupils offered helpline as results day looms

...results day looms Posted 27 July, 2022 by Nina Joynson Education exams schools SQA Support With thousands of young people soon to receive SQA exam results, Skills Development Scotland is opening its...

Education exams schools SQA Support

eLearning Hub

...designed to help teachers support children and young people with additional support needs in schools. Children’s Rights: In light of the incorporation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (also known as UNCRC) into...


News: Thousands of books donated to families in Scotland

...books and reading deserve to be celebrated Mar 3, 2022 Comment We need to support schools to become mentally healthy places to be Feb 11,...

Early years Education Families reading

Comment:‘We all have a story worth sharing and celebrating’

...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 demanded from Holyrood to tackle cost of living...

equality human rights refugee

News: Readers encouraged to ‘Keep the heid and read’

...a walk. Pledging for prizes To encourage people to read during Mental Health Week, individuals, schools and other groups can pledge their reading time on the campaign website and see their minutes added to the online count. At time of...

literacy Mental Health reading Wellbeing

Success Looks Different Award

...celebrate the achievements of all pupils? We want to hear about creative and alternative ways schools acknowledge that success looks different for everyone. This new award, created with the Inclusion Ambassadors, is a chance for schools to...

additional support needs ASL inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors

News: Accelerate free school meal provision, says STUC

...for the Scottish Government to accelerate the rollout of free school meal provision in primary schools, after the original August 2022 target for universal provision was scrapped. Primary 6 and Primary 7 pupils will no longer receive free...

child poverty Education free school meals Poverty

Our members

...responsible for around 421,587 of Scotland’s children & young people 111 nurseries, schools and universities (this figure includes after-school clubs, sports clubs, libraries, care services and residential care homes) 38 individual...


News: Young People's Guarantee receives £4 million in extra funding

...running on empty, says leading charity Mar 16, 2022 Computing Science gets a boost in Scottish schools Feb 9,...

care experience employment funding Scottish Government young people

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

...work, working both with our own Inclusion Ambassadors as well as a host of other organisations, schools and young people across the country." Engagement activity will begin shortly and take place across the country with young people aged 5-18...

additional support for learning ASL ASN Education

News: S.M.I.L.E Counselling named Charity of the Year

...the People’s Choice Award. Click here for a full list of winners   Related content schools asked to change mental health approach as stigma and issues rise June 14, 2022 Comment Best place to grow up? Not for Scotland's LGBTI young...

charity third sector

News: Report reveals ongoing lack of diversity in teaching profession

...2022 by Jennifer Drummond diversity Education Scottish Government Scottish schools The second annual data report into diversity in the teaching profession has revealed that minority ethnic teachers remain...

diversity Education Scottish Government Scottish Schools

2 Dec 19 - Managing young people's anxiety in schools

3 Jun 19 - Managing young people's anxiety in schools


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Project challenging food poverty expands to 26 schools across Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire

... Project challenging food poverty expands to 26 schools across Glasgow and West Dunbartonshire 3 July 2017 From today, 26 schools in the west of Scotland will be taking part in Children in Scotland’s expanded Food, Families, Futures...

Children Councillors Families Food Health Jackie Brock Scottish Schools

Children’s intimate healthcare needs in schools must be met. So who’s responsible?

... Children’s intimate healthcare needs in schools must be met. So who’s responsible? Children in Scotland is calling for clearer guidance on the role of school staff in meeting pupils’ healthcare needs. Enquire, the Scottish Advice...

Children Consultation response Healthcare News Policy School Scottish Government Staff

Young people’s worsening mental health and bullying in schools ‘direct consequence of UK’s inequality’, Children in Scotland conference to hear

... Young people’s worsening mental health and bullying in schools ‘direct consequence of UK’s inequality’, Children in Scotland conference to hear 7 Nov 2018 Embargoed: 00:01 hours, Wednesday 7 November 2018 School bullying and mental...


25 Calls interview with Richard Wilkinson part 3: “There is so much more bullying in schools in more unequal societies. But why?”

... “There is so much more bullying in schools in more unequal societies. But why?” 12 December 2018 As part of our 25 Calls campaign we spoke to Professor Richard  Wilkinson, co-author of the groundbreaking book The Spirit Level and its...

bullying Inequality schools

Press release: New award for schools celebrating pupils with additional needs

... New award for schools celebrating pupils with additional needs 4 May 2022 MEDIA RELEASE schools who actively celebrate the successes and achievements of their pupils with additional support needs are to be recognised with a new award launched...

Additional support inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors

From protest to policymaking: join my campaign for reform and ensure Afro-Scottish history is taught in our schools

...to policymaking: join my campaign for reform and ensure Afro-Scottish history is taught in our schools 10 July 2020 Changing the curriculum would be a vital step in anti-racist action, giving children in Scotland a proper understanding of...

anti-racism black lives matter diversity Education equality Inequality protest racism

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

...appropriate, avoiding stigma and respecting human rights. “We are encouraged by the pledge that schools will be used as hubs for the different services that can provide support to the priority groups of young people children and families reliant...

ASN childcare communities Covid-19 Education schools

After today’s vote, it’s time to reconsider P1 testing

...in testing four- and five-year olds when the benefits from the perspective of children, teachers, schools and parents are completely unproven. Will the Scottish Government now reconsider?” Share this ...

P1 schools Scottish Government teachers Tests

Kindness and fairness ‘key to excellent teaching’, children say
Participation schools teachers

Covid impact ‘risking future of vital services for young people’ across Scotland, survey finds

...from the worst of the pandemic, issues such as the role of voluntary organisations in supporting schools, access to council buildings, and wage parity in early years settings must now receive the attention they deserve.” Click here to view and...

children and young people Children's rights Covid-19 equality inclusion

The brutal but necessary process of ‘getting over yourself’…

...past year. A year ago, we found ourselves unexpectedly back in the grip of another lockdown with schools and colleges closed, after-school groups shelving their re-opening plans, and the stabilising new routines we had created for ourselves once...


Sound and vision

...and social skills and physical and hand-eye co-ordination. The list goes on. Feedback from the schools involved in our programme tells us how much the children gain from their sessions and that most of all, they have provided a sense of fun and...


Exams aren’t everything. Every pupil, and every pupil’s journey, matters

...of years, we find ourselves working through what is likely to be a long period of recovery. As schools adjust, establish new routines and balance ongoing challenges, an important part of this should be recognising and celebrating the successes...


Report marks progress in collaboration, skills-building and calls to action

...more than 450 organisations, including 250+ charities and statutory bodies and 111 nurseries, schools and universities, after-school clubs, sports clubs, libraries, care services and residential care homes. Our strength and influence come from...


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

...work, working both with our own Inclusion Ambassadors as well as a host of other organisations, schools and young people across the country." Engagement activity will begin shortly and take place across the country with young people aged 5-18...

additional support for learning ASL ASN Education


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Membership Overview

...have an equal chance to flourish. We have 450 organisations and individuals in membership, from schools, charities and nurseries to NHS Boards, local authorities and community interest groups. By bringing such a variety of skills and experiences...


eLearning Hub

...designed to help teachers support children and young people with additional support needs in schools. Children’s Rights: In light of the incorporation of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (also known as UNCRC) into...


Our members

...responsible for around 421,587 of Scotland’s children & young people 111 nurseries, schools and universities (this figure includes after-school clubs, sports clubs, libraries, care services and residential care homes) 38 individual...



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News: Consultation on physical intervention in schools opened
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 physical...

Education human rights rights

Comment: We need to embed early interventions and mental health support in all schools across Scotland
post

... Magazine / Comment: We need to support schools to become mentally healthy places to be Posted 11 February, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond Education Mental Health First launched in 2015, Children’s Mental Health Week...

Education Mental Health

News: schools face new disruption as exams approach
post

... Magazine / News: schools face new disruption to learning as exams approach Posted 22 March 2022, by Nina Joynson Covid-19 Education exams SQA A new spike in Covid cases has forced councils to consider a...

Covid-19 Education exams SQA

News: Scottish Government criticised on lack of ventilation strategy for schools
post

.../ News: Scottish Government criticised for failing to put ventilation strategy into action in schools Posted 2 December, 2021 by Jennifer Drummond Covid-19 Education Concerns over a lack of sustainable options for improving clean air...

Children's rights Covid-19 Education

News: See Me launches new mental health campaign for schools
post

... Magazine / News: schools asked to change mental health approach, as stigma and issues rise Posted 14 June, 2022 by Nina Joynson Education health and wellbeing Mental Health Scottish schools A...

Education health and wellbeing Mental Health Scottish Schools

News: New project to tackle racism in schools
post

... Image by Anna Cervinkova Magazine / News: New project aims to tackle racism in schools Posted 25 February, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond anti-racism Education racism A new project will support young people to lead...

anti-racism Education racism

News: Computing Science gets a boost in Scottish schools
post

...person working on laptop Magazine / News: Computing Science gets a boost in Scottish schools Posted 9 February 2022, by Nina Joynson Curriculum for Excellence digital Education funding Scottish...

Curriculum for Excellence digital Education funding Scottish Government technology

Member directory: G-M
post

...| glasgowwomensaid.org.uk Glenburn ELC Centre Early learning and childcare | falkirk.gov.uk/places/schools-nurseries/nursery-schools/glenburn.aspx Glenview Cottage Nursery Early learning and childcare | glenview-nursery.co.uk Gorgie Mills...


News: Pioneering community project takes next step
post

...and public bodies. A Commission of younger children is already active in the area’s primary schools. The Children’s Love Letham Commission will present its work to the rest of the Commission and ensure children’s voices are central to...

children and young people community Participation Wellbeing

News: SQA comes under fire for new revision materials
post

...by Nina Joynson Covid-19 Education education reform exams Scottish schools SQA There are revived calls for the SQA to be replaced as the authority publishes new exam guidance that many call...

Covid-19 Education education reform exams Scottish Schools SQA

Member directory: N-S
post

...work organisation in North West Edinburgh | pycp.co.uk Place2Be Mental health services in schools | place2be.org.uk Play Midlothian Opportunities for children’s play | playmidlothian.org.uk Play Scotland Opportunities for children’s...


Meritxell Bulbena Vela
post

...teaching music to children. In 2012, she volunteered to teach music and English to children in schools and orphanages in Sri Lanka.   She did her Masters in Business Administration and Finance at Heriot-Watt University. She also qualified...

bulbena

Q&A with Jennifer Lewis: Supporting young carers
post

...normalised within the family in a cycle that has prevailed for generations. One key aspect of our schools Awareness Project is talking directly to children through workshops and assemblies in schools where we discuss caring through stories and...

ASL Children's rights Mental Health

News: Young carers running on empty, says leading charity
post

...2022 Young people present key issues to Scottish Cabinet Mar 1, 2022 Comment We need to support schools to be mentally healthy places to be Feb 11,...

Education health and wellbeing kinship care Mental Health young carers

Member directory: full
post

...network for gallery education | engage.org/engage-scotland ESMS Erskine Stewart’s Melville schools, independent primary and secondary education | esms.org.uk EVOC The Council for Voluntary Service for Edinburgh, supporting the third sector...


Member directory: T-Z
post

...multilingual library | thelanguagehub.co.uk The Learning Pathways Trust A trust supporting three schools in Essex | learningpathwaysacademytrust.co.uk The Machan Trust Work with children, young people and families in Larkhall |...


News: High absence levels and ventilation issues as school term starts
post

...11 January, 2022 by Nina Joynson coronavirus Education health and wellbeing schools As children return to classrooms, schools are experiencing high levels of teacher and pupil absences while trying to handle...

coronavirus Education health and wellbeing schools

News: 500 new BSL signs added to make tech sector more inclusive
post

...development is the result of a partnership between Skills Development Scotland, Data Education in schools, the DDI Skills Gateway and the Scottish Sensory Centre which saw deaf tech experts spend eight months with sign linguists developing and...

accessibility BSL Education inclusion technology

Q&A with James McEnaney: Mind the gap
post

... Magazine / Q&A with James McEnaney: Scottish schools and the attainment gap Posted 1 February 2022, by Jennifer Drummond Education Inequality Poverty schools Ahead of his webinar for Children in Scotland,...

Education Inequality Poverty schools

News: Young people present key issues to Scottish Cabinet
post

...search #CabinetTakeover on Twitter.   Related content New project to tackle racism in schools Feb 25, 2022 Comment We need to support schools to become mentally healthy places to be  Feb 11, 2022 Co-created resource offers advice on...

Children's rights climate change Education environment equality Health LGBT Mental Health UNCRC

Comment: Why books and reading deserve to be celebrated
post

...of programmes and resources to help them develop a love of reading. We work with teachers and schools to build vibrant reading cultures through the First Minister’s Reading Challenge and our new accreditation programme, Reading schools....

Education literacy reading World Book Day

Q&A with Susie Heywood: Tackling gender stereotypes
post

...Education. Related content S.M.I.L.E Counselling named Charity of the Year  June 17, 2022 schools asked to change mental health approach as stigma and issues rise  June 14,...

equality gender Inequality public health

News: Children younger in school year more likely to be treated for ADHD
post

...Heywood: Tackling gender stereotypes 28 Jun 2022 Consultation opens on physical intervention in schools 22 Jun...

ADHD Education Mental Health research School

What is participation?
post
News: Pupils offered helpline as results day looms
post

...results day looms Posted 27 July, 2022 by Nina Joynson Education exams schools SQA Support With thousands of young people soon to receive SQA exam results, Skills Development Scotland is opening its...

Education exams schools SQA Support

News: Thousands of books donated to families in Scotland
post

...books and reading deserve to be celebrated Mar 3, 2022 Comment We need to support schools to become mentally healthy places to be Feb 11,...

Early years Education Families reading

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

...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 demanded from Holyrood to tackle cost of living...

equality human rights refugee

News: Readers encouraged to ‘Keep the heid and read’
post

...a walk. Pledging for prizes To encourage people to read during Mental Health Week, individuals, schools and other groups can pledge their reading time on the campaign website and see their minutes added to the online count. At time of...

literacy Mental Health reading Wellbeing

Success Looks Different Award
post

...celebrate the achievements of all pupils? We want to hear about creative and alternative ways schools acknowledge that success looks different for everyone. This new award, created with the Inclusion Ambassadors, is a chance for schools to...

additional support needs ASL inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors

News: Accelerate free school meal provision, says STUC
post

...for the Scottish Government to accelerate the rollout of free school meal provision in primary schools, after the original August 2022 target for universal provision was scrapped. Primary 6 and Primary 7 pupils will no longer receive free...

child poverty Education free school meals Poverty

News: Young People's Guarantee receives £4 million in extra funding
post

...running on empty, says leading charity Mar 16, 2022 Computing Science gets a boost in Scottish schools Feb 9,...

care experience employment funding Scottish Government young people

News: S.M.I.L.E Counselling named Charity of the Year
post

...the People’s Choice Award. Click here for a full list of winners   Related content schools asked to change mental health approach as stigma and issues rise June 14, 2022 Comment Best place to grow up? Not for Scotland's LGBTI young...

charity third sector

News: Report reveals ongoing lack of diversity in teaching profession
post

...2022 by Jennifer Drummond diversity Education Scottish Government Scottish schools The second annual data report into diversity in the teaching profession has revealed that minority ethnic teachers remain...

diversity Education Scottish Government Scottish Schools

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