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The Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014: a ready-prepared all-staff briefing
Receive a ready-made Powerpoint presentation, with accompanying notes, and introduce your staff to the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014.

NEW Children in Scotland magazine – August issue

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Safeguarding children's futures: a guide to Powers of Attorney, Guardianship and Wills for professionals working with children and families in Scotland

 

 





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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.
If you would like to attend, please get in touch with Roslynn Newman, rnewman@childreninscotland.org.uk or 0131 313 8840 by Tuesday 9 September.

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Child Poverty

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 mmacleod@childreninscotland.org.uk

 

Member news

Parliamentary briefing: Involvement of non-resident parents in their children’s education

Members' briefing on the Children and Young People (Scotland) Bill

Members' Briefing on the Scottish Government Debate on Child Poverty

 

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).

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Best start in life

Chief Executive Jackie Brock talks to Holyrood magazine about childcare

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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.

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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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Annual Conference 2014: The Future's Bright

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Do you want to make the future bright for all of Scotland's children?

It has been an incredible year with legislation enacted to make Getting it Right for Every Child, a reality; to combine health and social care for some children and families and the forthcoming proposals to empower communities to make far-reaching changes for the future.

Keynote speaker: John Swinney Finance Secretary

Click here to learn more about Perth, and about transport and accommodation for the area

 

Celebrating sport

Celebrate the next generation: A legacy that lasts

The young people's sports and physical activity conference

8 October 2014, Hampden Park, Glasgow

The conference will consider how we can successfully deliver physical education, activity and sport within the curriculum and the wider community in order to build a meaningful Commonwealth Games legacy for young people in Scotland. We will explore how to build upon the work currently underway in sport, health, education, play and dance to inspire children and young people to enjoy the benefits of an active life for their lifetime.

 

Accelerated Progress for pupils with speech, language and communication needs

10 September 2014, Edinburgh

This technology-based practical course provides an effective and clearly structured approach with a wealth of high-impact activities for class teachers, teaching assistants, special educational needs co-ordinators and parents/carers.

 

Rapid Progress for Boys' Writing
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Inspiring outstanding writing using iPad/Android tablet games

11 September 2014, Edinburgh

This lively, practical and action packed day combines a range of thrilling and engaging interactive games with a structured, progressive whole-school approach to teaching writing in the 21st Century primary classroom. Featuring many opportunities for drama and role play, planning, drafting, editing, and publishing this full day will allow teachers to ensure that classroom technology is used to raise standards of writing in all curriculum areas.

 

Policy and Research news

Integrating Health and Social Care in Scotland: Potential impact on children’s services
Report One: A Review of Literature

This review is the first of three reports from a study of the potential effects of the Public Services (Joint Working) (Scotland) Act 2014 and the resultant integration of (adult) health and social care services on children and young people in Scotland and the services they use. The study was commissioned by Social Work Scotland [previously the Association of Directors of Social Work (ADSW)] and carried by a partnership of CELCIS and Children in Scotland.

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Self-directed Support

Spring 2014 newsletter on our SDS work

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