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The Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014: a ready-prepared all-staff briefing
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New ways of working - Implementation of the Children's Hearings (Scotland) Act, nine months on
Ready, set, go! - Physical education, sport and physical literacy
Breaking the cycle - Parenting in Polmont YOI
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Childcare in Scotland
The final report from our Childcare event held in March is now available.
On 26 March, Children in Scotland, in partnership with SCDI, held an event to discuss the current childcare system - identifying challenges and highlighting what areas should be reviewed in order to establish a new model of childcare for Scotland.
At this event a new Childcare Allliance and Commission for Childcare Reform was also announced.
Leaders of Learning
The final report from the Leaders of Learning pupil participation project is now available.
The aim of this collaborative project - between Children in Scotland, the Children’s Parliament and Young Scot - was to enable children and young people to identify the support needed to ensure that their broader learning is valued and acknowledged and to work with other leaders in our schools, communities, workplaces and national learning bodies to achieve the goals of Curriculum for Excellence.
Numeracy conference report
Numeracy and Maths count in Scotland: a summary report of the Children in Scotland conference held in January 2014 is now available.
Transitions Survey summary
Children in Scotland members and parents involved in the fSDC Parent Participation Project which Children in Scotland facilitates were sent a link to a survey to find out if members’ experiences echoed those of the Scottish Transitions Forum members.
Press and Media
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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