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10 highlights from our Annual Conference 2024

...to the stage on day two of the conference. The Minister for Children, Young People and Keeping the Promise discussed a range of issues relevant to the children’s sector, providing valuable insights for delegates, before staying to visit our...


Today a 'quite childcare' revolution is taking place

...funders, policy makers and leaders will gather to explore whether Scotland is Keeping the Promise when it comes to Dads. Ahead of the Seminar, Douglas Guest, Development Manager at the Circle, explores why, despite the advances in the...


Teen cancer survivor and advocate Molly Cuddihy and Natalie Don MSP join impressive line-up for Children in Scotland Annual Conference 2024

...cancer survivor and advocate Molly Cuddihy, and Minister for Children, Young People and Keeping the Promise, Natalie Don MSP, joining the packed lineup of expert voices.   Held in just one month’s time on Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 May at...


Pupil Support Staff Learning Programme 

... Pupil Support Staff Learning Programme March 2023-Present Funding from the Promise Partnership's Keep the Promise Fund is providing us with the opportunity to deliver an exciting new project over the next two years. We plan to develop and...


Embedding the principles of the Promise

... Embedding 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...


Keeping Children in Scotland’s commitment to the Promise

... Keeping Children in Scotland’s commitment to the Promise  16 Aug 2023 As Children in Scotland turns 30, the organisation's Head of Engagement & Learning, Simon Massey, reflects on how working with care experienced children and young...


25 & Up: After a year of adversity, change is coming – and Scotland is more determined than ever to Keep the Promise

...year of adversity, change is coming – and we know Scotland is more determined than ever to Keep the Promise 9 February 2021 Chair of the Promise Oversight Board Fiona Duncan revisits her original 25 Calls campaign call, updates on the Plan,...

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Children in Scotland CEO to support work of the Promise, delivering on Care Review’s calls

... Children in Scotland CEO to support work of the Promise, delivering on Care Review’s calls 27 Jul 2020 Children in Scotland’s CEO Jackie Brock has taken up the offer of supporting Fiona Duncan, Chair of the Independent Care Review, to...


Encouraging moves on participation, and a promise to hold parliament to account
Arts calls citizens' assemblies democracy Education Election Learning manifest Participation Policy rights Scottish Government Scottish Parliament

‘Societal issues that undermine young people’s chances compromise gains from early years support’
Children's rights Inequality Poverty Scottish Government

Children in Scotland reveals full programme for Annual Conference 2024

...programme will open with keynote addresses from Minister for Children, Young People and Keeping the Promise, Natalie Don MSP and campaigner and activist Amal Azzudin. Dr Alexia Barrable, lecturer in Psychology and Education at Queen Margaret...


2023 highlights: reflecting on a milestone year

...advice service for additional support for learning, made a successful bid to gain funding from the Promise, allowing the team to allocate resources targeted towards care experienced young people’s education. As part of our Children’s Views...


Looking to the future with Changing our World

...comes next Click here to access Minister for Children, Young People and Keeping the Promise, Natalie Don, with Changing our World Our Strategic Plan Read our plan for 2023-2028 which sets out all that we aspire...


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

...to see this innovative, holistic approach become reality. Implemented as a key action from the Promise, and underpinned by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), Scotland's Bairns' Hoose model centres on the...


Insight magazine Issue 3 now available for non-members

...and played a key role in the Independent Care Review, leading to the establishment of the Promise. Who Cares? Scotland is committed to ensuring that the voices of Care Experienced people are listened to, and advocacy is a crucially...


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

...in their role in the children’s sector.    “With the principles of the UNCRC, GIRFEC and the Promise all emphasising the urgent need to develop collaborative, mutual relationships with children and families, this approach has never been...


Young people at the heart of hearings system proposals

...to ensure the Children’s Hearings System puts the rights of the child front and centre. the Promise Scotland recently published 'Hearings for Children: the Hearings System Working Group’s Redesign Report'. The report is an important...


Young people's voices at the heart of new pupil support project

...Staff Learning Programme Find out more about the aims of the project Click here for more the Promise Scotland Find out more about the work undertaken by the Promise Click here for more Vision and Values Find our more about the...


New advisory board to explore and share the experience of foster care

...a new young people’s advisory group focused on exploring experiences of foster care Keeping the Promise at The Fostering Network has taken many forms including a review of our organisational language and beginning our trauma-informed...


Launching a major new co-design project for pupil support staff

...and young people and pupil support staff, which will span the next two years. Funding from the Promise Partnership's Keep the Promise Fund will provide the opportunity for Children in Scotland to deliver an innovative project for pupil...


Conversations for Change: supporting families affected by substance use

...ways of: Agreeing to co-produce solutions across service systems alongside families – hence the Promise school of co-design. Sounds obvious but how much time and resource do we have? Having a guiding set of values, principles and...


‘Transfer of power’ vital in securing positive outcomes for care experienced young people, report finds

...of care to take forward. These include: National decision-makers Embed the principles of the Promise into national policy, in particular ensuring this supports ongoing, meaningful relationships Take steps to ensure appropriate housing...

care care experienced home and belonging homelessness Participation rights

Government ‘must be brave’ in leading education reforms, focusing on rights, early years and meeting all learners’ needs

...support for learning about making meeting all learners' needs a real priority Deliver on the Promise of embedding a child rights approach at all levels – in the classroom, in governance, across the wider life of school, and at local...

additional support for learning Children's rights Early years Education education reform inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors learners report

Please come and join us – we are looking for new directors

...of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child into Scots law is on the horizon, the Promise is seeking to make radical changes to the way we care for our children and as a nation we now have ambitious targets for the reduction...

Board of Directors recruitment

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

...how the proposals align with commitments to improve work in a number or areas, including through the Promise and transitions for children and young people with support needs. Reflecting the concerns from our membership, we highlight a lack of...

care Healthcare Policy

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

...Whole Family Wellbeing Fund, introduced as part of the Scottish Government’s commitment to Keep the Promise. This will bring some much needed and widely called-for investment in early, holistic support for families. Poverty “As members of the...

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

25 and Up: The ‘old normal’ meant acceptance of injustice for too many families. We can’t go back to it

...Alongside the strong commitment made to supporting families in the Independent Care Review’s the Promise and its Ten Principles of family support, UNCRC incorporation provides the scaffolding for the change that Scotland’s families...

25 and Up 25 calls Care Review Families family support Inequality Parenting across Scotland Poverty the Promise UNCRC

Have your say to help #KeepThePromise

...30.06.23 by Alice Hinds care care experienced people Care Review the Promise Charities, organisations and individuals around the country are being encouraged to share their opinions to help shape the next...

care care experienced people Care Review the Promise

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

Workshops AC24

...into good practice in relation to transitions and keeping in touch, and explores the impact of the Promise on residential services. This will include an exploration of the risks, challenges and opportunities in relation to implementing the...


AC24 - Speaker Bios

...defines our path to success” Natalie Don Minister for Children, Young People and Keeping the Promise, MSP/BPA Keynote, Day Two Natalie Don was born in Paisley and grew up in Bridge of Weir. Natalie attended Gryffe High School and then...


Programme AC24 - Day Two

...| 10:30am Natalie Don, Minister for Children, Young People and Keeping the Promise, MSP/BPA | Bio   Morning Tea & Exhibition Open Workshop Session Three | 11am Five workshops to choose...


Programme AC24 - Day One

...It will explore the need for collaboration over competition, why we must do more to work towards the Promise as an ambitious ‘third horizon’, and the role that leaders have to play to make sure that all children are loved and have relational...


Building Happier Futures

...and share the experience of foster care May 2, 2023 Keeping Children in Scotland’s commitment to the Promise August 16, 2023 New report explores poverty and the care system August 24,...

Arts care experience charity children and young people design Fundraising

30th anniversary

...the past three decades. Click here to access Keeping Children in Scotland’s commitment to the Promise As Children in Scotland turns 30, the organisation's Head of Engagement & Learning, Simon Massey, reflects on how working with care...


Insight - Issue 2

...for pupils with additional support needs Professor Laura Lundy asks if Scotland can deliver on the Promises of the UNCRC Bruce Adamson, Children and Young People's Commissioner Scotland reflects on the proposed reforms to the Human Rights...


Member Insight Blog: Latest

...a 'quiet' childcare revolution is taking place Douglas Guest is Development Manager - the Promise at Circle Click here for more We can all be allies Alexis Wright (top) and Lorna New (bottom) are Wellbeing...


New report explores poverty and the care system

...for families as they navigate a sudden change in circumstances and income. Commissioned by the Promise Scotland (click here for more) and conducted by One Parent Families Scotland (OPFS) with support from the Child Poverty Action Group...

care system Children Poverty research

Children’s Hearings Scotland launches new feedback portal

...new child-friendly feedback portal Posted 11.08.23 by Alice Hinds Children's rights the Promise Children’s Hearings Scotland (CHS) is making it easier for children and young people to give feedback on their experiences by...

Children's rights the Promise

Investment for new Bairns’ Hoose test sites

...across Scotland Posted 02.06.23 by Alice Hinds child-led Children's rights the Promise youth justice New funding has been announced to establish Bairns’ Hoose test sites across Scotland, providing...

child-led Children's rights the Promise youth justice

Foster Care Fortnight: foster carers' essential work

...25.05.23 by Alice Hinds care care experienced people foster care the Promise Every year, thousands of children in Scotland and around the UK require care because they are not able to live with their birth...

care care experienced people foster care the Promise

Sturgeon resigns and centres care experience in speech

...Sturgeon Scottish Child Payment Scottish Government Scottish Parliament the Promise Nicola Sturgeon shared government's past and future focus on children, young people and families in speech as she resigns as...

Attainment baby box Education Nicola Sturgeon Scottish Child Payment Scottish Government Scottish Parliament the Promise

We've made progress on children's rights, but not enough

...to their rights. Along with others, our early work helped secure the Independent Care Review. the Promise now gives hope of change, but care experienced young people are frustrated at government assurances still undelivered. Covid created a...

Children's rights human rights

Supporting working mothers

...learning and childcare Early years working parents Jenifer Johnson (pictured) reflects on the Promises of the new Best Start Plan and her hopes for a policy landscape that makes the connection between women in work and affordable,...

early learning and childcare Early years working parents

It's time to deliver change in foster care

...Scotland. We are raising awareness and providing support to our members to positively engage with the Promise. Internally, we’ve committed to a review of our organisational language and framing of care so we can work towards eradicating the...

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

Funding to help transform family support

...July, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond. Image: Children's artwork. care Care Review the Promise The Scottish Government has released funding to help support families and reduce the number of children going into care....

care Care Review the Promise

DRAFT Changing our World: Our activity

...and shared our recent work with her. We heard about Clare's recent focuses at work, including the the Promise Implementation Plan. We asked Clare about topics including disabilities, child rights and support for children and young people in...


Child-led research into justice in Scotland

...to be heard in relation to issues that are important to them has significant implications for the Promise, UNCRC incorporation, and aspirations for a rights-respecting youth justice system. As Scotland moves further towards alternative...

child rights child-led participation and engagement youth justice

Member directory: full

...Dame Centre Therapeutic services for vulnerable children and families | notredamecentre.org.uk the Promise Scotland Driving change across the care system | thepromise.scot The Richmond Fellowship Scotland Services and support for mental health,...


Member directory: T-Z

...Dame Centre Therapeutic services for vulnerable children and families | notredamecentre.org.uk the Promise Scotland Driving change across the care system | thepromise.scot The Richmond Fellowship Scotland Services and support for mental health,...


Evidence shows poor planning for care leavers

...Committee took evidence from a panel including Jackie Brock, Chief Operations Officer (Interim), the Promise Scotland; Helen Happer, Chief Inspector, Care Inspectorate; Lucy Hughes, Policy Development Coordinator, Who Cares? Scotland; and Kate...

care experience equality health and wellbeing looked after children Mental Health


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10 highlights from our Annual Conference 2024

...to the stage on day two of the conference. The Minister for Children, Young People and Keeping the Promise discussed a range of issues relevant to the children’s sector, providing valuable insights for delegates, before staying to visit our...


Today a 'quite childcare' revolution is taking place

...funders, policy makers and leaders will gather to explore whether Scotland is Keeping the Promise when it comes to Dads. Ahead of the Seminar, Douglas Guest, Development Manager at the Circle, explores why, despite the advances in the...


Teen cancer survivor and advocate Molly Cuddihy and Natalie Don MSP join impressive line-up for Children in Scotland Annual Conference 2024

...cancer survivor and advocate Molly Cuddihy, and Minister for Children, Young People and Keeping the Promise, Natalie Don MSP, joining the packed lineup of expert voices.   Held in just one month’s time on Wednesday 29 and Thursday 30 May at...


Embedding the principles of the Promise

... Embedding 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...


Keeping Children in Scotland’s commitment to the Promise

... Keeping Children in Scotland’s commitment to the Promise  16 Aug 2023 As Children in Scotland turns 30, the organisation's Head of Engagement & Learning, Simon Massey, reflects on how working with care experienced children and young...


25 & Up: After a year of adversity, change is coming – and Scotland is more determined than ever to Keep the Promise

...year of adversity, change is coming – and we know Scotland is more determined than ever to Keep the Promise 9 February 2021 Chair of the Promise Oversight Board Fiona Duncan revisits her original 25 Calls campaign call, updates on the Plan,...

25 and Up 25 calls campaign care care experience care experienced Care Review fiona duncan the Promise

Children in Scotland CEO to support work of the Promise, delivering on Care Review’s calls

... Children in Scotland CEO to support work of the Promise, delivering on Care Review’s calls 27 Jul 2020 Children in Scotland’s CEO Jackie Brock has taken up the offer of supporting Fiona Duncan, Chair of the Independent Care Review, to...


Encouraging moves on participation, and a promise to hold parliament to account
Arts calls citizens' assemblies democracy Education Election Learning manifest Participation Policy rights Scottish Government Scottish Parliament

‘Societal issues that undermine young people’s chances compromise gains from early years support’
Children's rights Inequality Poverty Scottish Government

Children in Scotland reveals full programme for Annual Conference 2024

...programme will open with keynote addresses from Minister for Children, Young People and Keeping the Promise, Natalie Don MSP and campaigner and activist Amal Azzudin. Dr Alexia Barrable, lecturer in Psychology and Education at Queen Margaret...


2023 highlights: reflecting on a milestone year

...advice service for additional support for learning, made a successful bid to gain funding from the Promise, allowing the team to allocate resources targeted towards care experienced young people’s education. As part of our Children’s Views...


Looking to the future with Changing our World

...comes next Click here to access Minister for Children, Young People and Keeping the Promise, Natalie Don, with Changing our World Our Strategic Plan Read our plan for 2023-2028 which sets out all that we aspire...


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

...to see this innovative, holistic approach become reality. Implemented as a key action from the Promise, and underpinned by the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), Scotland's Bairns' Hoose model centres on the...


Insight magazine Issue 3 now available for non-members

...and played a key role in the Independent Care Review, leading to the establishment of the Promise. Who Cares? Scotland is committed to ensuring that the voices of Care Experienced people are listened to, and advocacy is a crucially...


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

...in their role in the children’s sector.    “With the principles of the UNCRC, GIRFEC and the Promise all emphasising the urgent need to develop collaborative, mutual relationships with children and families, this approach has never been...


Young people at the heart of hearings system proposals

...to ensure the Children’s Hearings System puts the rights of the child front and centre. the Promise Scotland recently published 'Hearings for Children: the Hearings System Working Group’s Redesign Report'. The report is an important...


Young people's voices at the heart of new pupil support project

...Staff Learning Programme Find out more about the aims of the project Click here for more the Promise Scotland Find out more about the work undertaken by the Promise Click here for more Vision and Values Find our more about the...


New advisory board to explore and share the experience of foster care

...a new young people’s advisory group focused on exploring experiences of foster care Keeping the Promise at The Fostering Network has taken many forms including a review of our organisational language and beginning our trauma-informed...


Launching a major new co-design project for pupil support staff

...and young people and pupil support staff, which will span the next two years. Funding from the Promise Partnership's Keep the Promise Fund will provide the opportunity for Children in Scotland to deliver an innovative project for pupil...


Conversations for Change: supporting families affected by substance use

...ways of: Agreeing to co-produce solutions across service systems alongside families – hence the Promise school of co-design. Sounds obvious but how much time and resource do we have? Having a guiding set of values, principles and...


‘Transfer of power’ vital in securing positive outcomes for care experienced young people, report finds

...of care to take forward. These include: National decision-makers Embed the principles of the Promise into national policy, in particular ensuring this supports ongoing, meaningful relationships Take steps to ensure appropriate housing...

care care experienced home and belonging homelessness Participation rights

Government ‘must be brave’ in leading education reforms, focusing on rights, early years and meeting all learners’ needs

...support for learning about making meeting all learners' needs a real priority Deliver on the Promise of embedding a child rights approach at all levels – in the classroom, in governance, across the wider life of school, and at local...

additional support for learning Children's rights Early years Education education reform inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors learners report

Please come and join us – we are looking for new directors

...of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child into Scots law is on the horizon, the Promise is seeking to make radical changes to the way we care for our children and as a nation we now have ambitious targets for the reduction...

Board of Directors recruitment

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

...how the proposals align with commitments to improve work in a number or areas, including through the Promise and transitions for children and young people with support needs. Reflecting the concerns from our membership, we highlight a lack of...

care Healthcare Policy

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

...Whole Family Wellbeing Fund, introduced as part of the Scottish Government’s commitment to Keep the Promise. This will bring some much needed and widely called-for investment in early, holistic support for families. Poverty “As members of the...

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

25 and Up: The ‘old normal’ meant acceptance of injustice for too many families. We can’t go back to it

...Alongside the strong commitment made to supporting families in the Independent Care Review’s the Promise and its Ten Principles of family support, UNCRC incorporation provides the scaffolding for the change that Scotland’s families...

25 and Up 25 calls Care Review Families family support Inequality Parenting across Scotland Poverty the Promise UNCRC


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Workshops AC24

...into good practice in relation to transitions and keeping in touch, and explores the impact of the Promise on residential services. This will include an exploration of the risks, challenges and opportunities in relation to implementing the...


AC24 - Speaker Bios

...defines our path to success” Natalie Don Minister for Children, Young People and Keeping the Promise, MSP/BPA Keynote, Day Two Natalie Don was born in Paisley and grew up in Bridge of Weir. Natalie attended Gryffe High School and then...


Programme AC24 - Day Two

...| 10:30am Natalie Don, Minister for Children, Young People and Keeping the Promise, MSP/BPA | Bio   Morning Tea & Exhibition Open Workshop Session Three | 11am Five workshops to choose...


Programme AC24 - Day One

...It will explore the need for collaboration over competition, why we must do more to work towards the Promise as an ambitious ‘third horizon’, and the role that leaders have to play to make sure that all children are loved and have relational...


30th anniversary

...the past three decades. Click here to access Keeping Children in Scotland’s commitment to the Promise As Children in Scotland turns 30, the organisation's Head of Engagement & Learning, Simon Massey, reflects on how working with care...


DRAFT Changing our World: Our activity

...and shared our recent work with her. We heard about Clare's recent focuses at work, including the the Promise Implementation Plan. We asked Clare about topics including disabilities, child rights and support for children and young people in...



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Have your say to help #KeepThePromise
post

...30.06.23 by Alice Hinds care care experienced people Care Review the Promise Charities, organisations and individuals around the country are being encouraged to share their opinions to help shape the next...

care care experienced people Care Review the Promise

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

Building Happier Futures
post

...and share the experience of foster care May 2, 2023 Keeping Children in Scotland’s commitment to the Promise August 16, 2023 New report explores poverty and the care system August 24,...

Arts care experience charity children and young people design Fundraising

Insight - Issue 2
post

...for pupils with additional support needs Professor Laura Lundy asks if Scotland can deliver on the Promises of the UNCRC Bruce Adamson, Children and Young People's Commissioner Scotland reflects on the proposed reforms to the Human Rights...


Member Insight Blog: Latest
post

...a 'quiet' childcare revolution is taking place Douglas Guest is Development Manager - the Promise at Circle Click here for more We can all be allies Alexis Wright (top) and Lorna New (bottom) are Wellbeing...


New report explores poverty and the care system
post

...for families as they navigate a sudden change in circumstances and income. Commissioned by the Promise Scotland (click here for more) and conducted by One Parent Families Scotland (OPFS) with support from the Child Poverty Action Group...

care system Children Poverty research

Children’s Hearings Scotland launches new feedback portal
post

...new child-friendly feedback portal Posted 11.08.23 by Alice Hinds Children's rights the Promise Children’s Hearings Scotland (CHS) is making it easier for children and young people to give feedback on their experiences by...

Children's rights the Promise

Investment for new Bairns’ Hoose test sites
post

...across Scotland Posted 02.06.23 by Alice Hinds child-led Children's rights the Promise youth justice New funding has been announced to establish Bairns’ Hoose test sites across Scotland, providing...

child-led Children's rights the Promise youth justice

Foster Care Fortnight: foster carers' essential work
post

...25.05.23 by Alice Hinds care care experienced people foster care the Promise Every year, thousands of children in Scotland and around the UK require care because they are not able to live with their birth...

care care experienced people foster care the Promise

Sturgeon resigns and centres care experience in speech
post

...Sturgeon Scottish Child Payment Scottish Government Scottish Parliament the Promise Nicola Sturgeon shared government's past and future focus on children, young people and families in speech as she resigns as...

Attainment baby box Education Nicola Sturgeon Scottish Child Payment Scottish Government Scottish Parliament the Promise

We've made progress on children's rights, but not enough
post

...to their rights. Along with others, our early work helped secure the Independent Care Review. the Promise now gives hope of change, but care experienced young people are frustrated at government assurances still undelivered. Covid created a...

Children's rights human rights

Supporting working mothers
post

...learning and childcare Early years working parents Jenifer Johnson (pictured) reflects on the Promises of the new Best Start Plan and her hopes for a policy landscape that makes the connection between women in work and affordable,...

early learning and childcare Early years working parents

It's time to deliver change in foster care
post

...Scotland. We are raising awareness and providing support to our members to positively engage with the Promise. Internally, we’ve committed to a review of our organisational language and framing of care so we can work towards eradicating the...

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

Funding to help transform family support
post

...July, 2022 by Jennifer Drummond. Image: Children's artwork. care Care Review the Promise The Scottish Government has released funding to help support families and reduce the number of children going into care....

care Care Review the Promise

Child-led research into justice in Scotland
post

...to be heard in relation to issues that are important to them has significant implications for the Promise, UNCRC incorporation, and aspirations for a rights-respecting youth justice system. As Scotland moves further towards alternative...

child rights child-led participation and engagement youth justice

Member directory: full
post

...Dame Centre Therapeutic services for vulnerable children and families | notredamecentre.org.uk the Promise Scotland Driving change across the care system | thepromise.scot The Richmond Fellowship Scotland Services and support for mental health,...


Member directory: T-Z
post

...Dame Centre Therapeutic services for vulnerable children and families | notredamecentre.org.uk the Promise Scotland Driving change across the care system | thepromise.scot The Richmond Fellowship Scotland Services and support for mental health,...


Evidence shows poor planning for care leavers
post

...Committee took evidence from a panel including Jackie Brock, Chief Operations Officer (Interim), the Promise Scotland; Helen Happer, Chief Inspector, Care Inspectorate; Lucy Hughes, Policy Development Coordinator, Who Cares? Scotland; and Kate...

care experience equality health and wellbeing looked after children Mental Health