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The Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014: a ready-prepared all-staff briefing
NEW Children in Scotland magazine – August issue
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An invitation to talk
We are inviting member organisatons to a discussion with the Care Inspectorate, from 10.00am to 12 noon on Tuesday 16 September. We are aiming to gain the input of our members in order to have their voices heard by the Care Inspectorate along with achieving some feedback from the children and young people they work with.
The report from our recent Child Poverty and Welfare Reform seminar is now available to view via Storify. Follow this link to access an exciting overview of the day's highlights, talking points and conclusions
UK Alliance for Investing in Children
Children in Scotland is working with our three partner bodies in the UK to encourage investment in children’s support and services. We will be creating materials that will promote and encourage public government and bodies to prioritise children in budget decisions inline with the European Commission Recommendation Investing in Children – Breaking the Cycle of Disadvantage.
Children in Scotland will be sharing further information about how to get involved. For more information contact Marion Macleod firstname.lastname@example.org
Press and Media
More people are needed to work together to build a healthier nation
Jackie Brock, along with Claire Stevens of Voluntary Health Scotland, writes about the need to tackle health inequalities in The Herald (Agenda).
Best start in life
Chief Executive Jackie Brock talks to Holyrood magazine about childcare
Get ready for new ways of delivering early learning, says Jackie Brock
Children in Scotland's Chief Executive comments on the need to reform the current model of early learing and childcare, and how the new Alliance and Partnership Commission will help do just that.
The Childcare Alliance is now live!
Children in Scotland have launched a new Childcare Alliance, and a Partnership Commission for Childcare Reform, to look at a new model of provision and funding for childcare in Scotland.
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Additional support needs - When growing up means going round in circles
Sally Cavers discusses with TESS the discrepancies in care for young people with additional support needs, once they leave school.
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