Children in Scotland - Issue 172
IN THIS ISSUE
Our cover stories this month:
• In safe hands: We hear more about the Scottish Government’s plans for child protection, and revisit the recommendations of the Brock Report
• Tell me a story: How a programme being delivered by NHS Education for Scotland is using storytelling to improve outcomes and reduce health inequalities in maternity care
• System failure: Adam Butler explains more about the recent anti-poverty childcare paper published by Joseph Rowntree Foundation and the Family and Childcare Trust
Also in this issue:
Dr Madeline Beveridge discusses why bilingualism can be important for a child’s development, as well as their future and we hear how Aberdeen City Council have successfully reclaimed social work. With all local authorities across Scotland reluctantly accepting the funding deal proposed by the Scottish Government, Renfrewshire discuss the impact of the cuts, and progress already achieved in spite of them. Elsewhere, our policy team review the Education (Scotland) Bill, and Children in Scotland’s role in securing an important amendment.
Our regular In My Own Words page shines a spotlight on promoting openness around mental health with the Aye Mind programme, and the arts roundup takes a look at this years winners of the Scottish Children’s Book Awards.
Finally, in the members’ spotlight column, we meet Paul Gorman of Hidden Giants.ISBN: 1474-9424