Children in Scotland is one of the organisations behind the Year of Young People 2018 (YOYP) which is inviting young people from across the country to be part of a group who will help design, deliver and promote the celebratory year.
Children in Scotland has received generous funding from the Asda Foundation, which will go towards supporting Irvine Royal Academy in North Ayrshire as part of our Food, Families, Futures (FFF) programme.
An event to mark the donation took place at Irvine Royal Academy today (17 February).
Children in Scotland and its partners Children in Northern Ireland, Children in Wales and Children England have responded to the cancellation by the UK Government on the Dubs amendment on refugee children. Read our statement below.
Suspending sanctuary for children brings shame on the UK Government
The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) today launched its report The State of Child Health, bringing together data on 25 measures ranging from specific child health conditions such as asthma, diabetes and epilepsy, through to rates of obesity, breastfeeding and mortality.
The Attainment Fund is a means for schools to ensure they have the necessary resources to support children with additional support needs, the First Minister told the Scottish Parliament yesterday (Thursday 19 January).
Children in Scotland is pleased by today's news that Police officers will only be able to stop and search people when they have "reasonable grounds" to do so, under new rules published by the Scottish Government.