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It's not just about wheelchairs March 2005
Accessibility is about more than being able to get in and around a building as children and young people with additional support needs have been telling Scottish Borders Council. Nicola Pay speaks to participation project officer, Caroline Dunmur.
Screen dreams March 2005
It's never too early to start a film career. Lynn Gilmour investigates an enthusiasm for the big screen that begins at nursery school.
Fostering a new profession... March 2005
Fostering sometimes means looking after more children than qualified residential carers and requires the ability to deal with children with a range of experiences and behaviour. Children in Scotland talks to campaigners that say foster carers should gain the support and recognition of a profession.
Intensive fostering March 2005
A new fostering service is attempting to address the severe shortage of foster carers by attracting the most skilled carers with a financial package worth almost £25,000 per year plus allowances.
School's out by 2025 February 2005
Scotland's minister for education says focus on the individual will drive the future direction of Scotland's education system. Children in Scotland talks to Peter Peacock.
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