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Jane Gray tells Children in Scotland about her work promoting music, as access and outreach project manager for Young Musicians, a children's orchestra based in Stornoway on the Isle of Lewis.
Is child and family-centred working becoming a reality? Yes' is the general consensus. But real integration is a long-term challenge that requires investment and a new way of thinking. Nicola Pay reports.
Fishing, climbing trees, collecting mushrooms and wearing your slippers at school. Children in Scotland's chief executive, Bronwen Cohen, reports on Norway's approach to the development of children and young people.
Euan Robson outlines new additional support for learning legislation that will consign Scotland's current special educational needs system to the history books.
The UK government has pledged to eradicate child poverty by 2020. In Sweden levels of poverty and inequality are already much lower, despite having similar levels of wealth. How key are Sweden's universal childcare and education policy, and family friendly work practices to its success? Children in Scotland investigates.