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NEW Children in Scotland magazine – MAY ISSUE
- Duncan Dunlop, Who Cares? Scotland (Opens as PDF)
SAMPLE: All in it together - Scottish Childminding Association (Opens as PDF)
Also with this issue:
Special supplement -
Delivering Curriculum for Excellence
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Thank you to all who took a minute to complete the survey.
The findings showed that:
• 63% have concerns about the potential impact of independence on their organisation
• 40% are already making contingency plans
• 30% have specific concerns about their organisation's financial viability following independence, with the same number considering the option of setting up as a separate Scottish entity,
If you have more to add, please drop an e-mail to our policy team – firstname.lastname@example.org
The International School Meals Day website has launched! Follow on Twitter @IntSchoolMeals #ISMD2013
Early Years newsletter
The latest issue – number 6 – of our Early Years newsletter is available now.
The Children in Scotland Annual Report 2011/12 is available.
Post 16 Bill: Letter to Michael Russell MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning
Children in Scotland are happy to be singatories of the letter issued to Cabinet Secretary Michael Russell MSP, supporting calls for the definition of and measures to 'widen access' to include those with additional support needs.
Third Sector Early Intervention Fund: Letter to Aileen Campbell MSP, Minister for Children and Young People
On Wednesday 3 April, Children in Scotland called upon the Scottish Government and the Big Lottery Fund to ensure clarity, transparency and an evaluation of the Third Sector Early Intervention Fund funding process expressing the concern and uncertainty felt by our members, and all those in the children's sector.
Following a recent meeting with Big Lottery Fund Scotland, members can now access useful links that provide information and advice about making funding applications and finding sources of funding.
Read our Members Briefing: Scotland – the best place to grow up: Children in Scotland’s response to the Scottish Government Debate held on 14 March 2013 – "Scotland – the best place to grow up."
Read a series of Member Briefings on responses to the Children and Young People Bill
Read our Member Briefing on teenage pregnancy
Members’ Briefing: Commission on School Reform
Read our new Member Briefing on Equality: Women and Work
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