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Yopa extends support of Children in Scotland after a successful year of partnership working

Children in Scotland shortlisted for two prestigious awards

Increasing access to hobbies for children and young people

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

Childcare system ‘unusable’ for working parents, say campaigners

... Childcare system ‘unusable’ for working parents, say campaigners Campaign group Fair Funding For Our Kids have again raised concern about the suitability of the Scottish childcare system and how it is serving working parents across the...


Access to childcare services ‘has strengthened relationships and wellbeing for children and parents’, new report finds
access to childcare fund childcare Families flexibility out of school care Parents Poverty services

Effective engagement with staff and parents 'key to successful childcare expansion'

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

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

Parents tell the Deputy First Minister that their autistic children are Not Included, Not Engaged and Not Involved in their education

Yopa extends partnership with Children in Scotland during 30th anniversary year

'I give a unique perspective, which enhances the accessibility of the organisation and the services it provides'
30th Anniversary

An imaginative reframing of education in Scotland

Keeping Children in Scotland’s commitment to The Promise

Young people at the heart of hearings system proposals

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

One step at a time

Should we blame influencers for online harm? 40,000 children have their say

Mirrors and windows - why representing LGBT people, their lives and histories is vital within teaching and learning

More urgent and immediate action needed to tackle worrying rates of child poverty
child poverty child poverty targets

'School meals are as important as books used in the classroom'

New partnership project to hear from young people with additional needs about what works for them in transition to adulthood
additional support for learning additional support needs Contact disabled inclusion NDTI Time to Talk Next Steps transition

Sound and vision

More than a third of parents can't access suitable childcare

...of living early learning and childcare Early years working parents New research has revealed that affordability and flexibility are key barriers for parents trying to find childcare settings...

childcare cost of living early learning and childcare Early years working parents

Supporting working mothers

...1 November 2022, by Jennifer Drummond early 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...

early learning and childcare Early years working parents

Single parents deserve support, not sanctions

Access to Childcare Fund evaluation published

...reducing inequalities for children and families 1 April 2020 Childcare system ‘unusable’ for working parents, say campaigners 2 May...

childcare Children early learning Early years Families

Report warns child poverty targets could be missed

...for progression Investment in childcare and transport infrastructure to reduce costs for working parents Make the impact on child poverty a measure of housing policy success. Advice on the Scottish Government's Child Poverty...

child poverty Inequality Poverty

Stepping Stone for Families

...is investigating the need/demand for out of school care at weekends to better meet the needs of working parents. Alongside this we are exploring reasons for poor uptake during school holidays by offering discounted rates and increased...


News

...child deaths. 2 May 2018 Childcare system ‘unusable’ for working parents, say campaigners Campaign group Fair Funding for Our Kids have voiced their concerns about the current Scottish...


Our Trainers & Speakers

Children in Scotland's Early Years Conference 2023 Hub

Cutting the cost of the school day
child poverty Children Education Poverty young people

Exam helpline launched for Scottish pupils
exams higher education Scottish Schools skills

New app launched to help school leavers
additional support needs Disability School transition

Charity shares resources to make safety simple
Child Accident Prevention Trust child safety child safety week

New funding announced to improve childcare
childcare childcare expansion out of school care School

Restraint and seclusion in schools
Additional support ASL ASN Children's rights Education

Women's cost crisis
childcare cost of living economy mothers Parents Poverty

‘We all have a story worth sharing and celebrating’
equality human rights refugee

Consultation opens on physical intervention in schools
Education human rights rights

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Project launches to support childminder recruitment
childminders childminding early learning and childcare

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Young carers running on empty, says leading charity
Education health and wellbeing kinship care Mental Health young carers

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Member directory: N-S

Member directory: G-M

First anniversary for the Scottish Child Payment
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Q&A with Corrie McLean: Autism and change
ASL ASN Autism


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Yopa extends support of Children in Scotland after a successful year of partnership working

Children in Scotland shortlisted for two prestigious awards

Increasing access to hobbies for children and young people

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

Childcare system ‘unusable’ for working parents, say campaigners

... Childcare system ‘unusable’ for working parents, say campaigners Campaign group Fair Funding For Our Kids have again raised concern about the suitability of the Scottish childcare system and how it is serving working parents across the...


Access to childcare services ‘has strengthened relationships and wellbeing for children and parents’, new report finds
access to childcare fund childcare Families flexibility out of school care Parents Poverty services

Effective engagement with staff and parents 'key to successful childcare expansion'

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

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

Parents tell the Deputy First Minister that their autistic children are Not Included, Not Engaged and Not Involved in their education

Yopa extends partnership with Children in Scotland during 30th anniversary year

'I give a unique perspective, which enhances the accessibility of the organisation and the services it provides'
30th Anniversary

An imaginative reframing of education in Scotland

Keeping Children in Scotland’s commitment to The Promise

Young people at the heart of hearings system proposals

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

One step at a time

Should we blame influencers for online harm? 40,000 children have their say

Mirrors and windows - why representing LGBT people, their lives and histories is vital within teaching and learning

More urgent and immediate action needed to tackle worrying rates of child poverty
child poverty child poverty targets

'School meals are as important as books used in the classroom'

New partnership project to hear from young people with additional needs about what works for them in transition to adulthood
additional support for learning additional support needs Contact disabled inclusion NDTI Time to Talk Next Steps transition

Sound and vision


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Stepping Stone for Families

...is investigating the need/demand for out of school care at weekends to better meet the needs of working parents. Alongside this we are exploring reasons for poor uptake during school holidays by offering discounted rates and increased...


News

...child deaths. 2 May 2018 Childcare system ‘unusable’ for working parents, say campaigners Campaign group Fair Funding for Our Kids have voiced their concerns about the current Scottish...


Our Trainers & Speakers

Children in Scotland's Early Years Conference 2023 Hub

About us


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More than a third of parents can't access suitable childcare
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...of living early learning and childcare Early years working parents New research has revealed that affordability and flexibility are key barriers for parents trying to find childcare settings...

childcare cost of living early learning and childcare Early years working parents

Supporting working mothers
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...1 November 2022, by Jennifer Drummond early 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...

early learning and childcare Early years working parents

Single parents deserve support, not sanctions
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Access to Childcare Fund evaluation published
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...reducing inequalities for children and families 1 April 2020 Childcare system ‘unusable’ for working parents, say campaigners 2 May...

childcare Children early learning Early years Families

Report warns child poverty targets could be missed
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...for progression Investment in childcare and transport infrastructure to reduce costs for working parents Make the impact on child poverty a measure of housing policy success. Advice on the Scottish Government's Child Poverty...

child poverty Inequality Poverty

Cutting the cost of the school day
postchild poverty Children Education Poverty young people

Exam helpline launched for Scottish pupils
postexams higher education Scottish Schools skills

New app launched to help school leavers
postadditional support needs Disability School transition

Charity shares resources to make safety simple
postChild Accident Prevention Trust child safety child safety week

New funding announced to improve childcare
postchildcare childcare expansion out of school care School

Restraint and seclusion in schools
postAdditional support ASL ASN Children's rights Education

Women's cost crisis
postchildcare cost of living economy mothers Parents Poverty

‘We all have a story worth sharing and celebrating’
postequality human rights refugee

Consultation opens on physical intervention in schools
postEducation human rights rights

Project launches to support childminder recruitment
postchildminders childminding early learning and childcare

Member directory: full
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Young carers running on empty, says leading charity
postEducation health and wellbeing kinship care Mental Health young carers

Member directory: T-Z
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Member directory: N-S
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Member directory: G-M
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First anniversary for the Scottish Child Payment
postchild poverty Scottish Child Payment Scottish Government

Q&A with Corrie McLean: Autism and change
postASL ASN Autism