Covid19, children’s care and protection
One stop shop for information from CELCIS – on residential care, kinship care, adoption and foster care. With content for care-experienced young people, social workers and teachers too.
Child contact and Coronavirus
It is understandable that there may be anxiety about child contact arrangements and what this might mean for children. Information from Scottish Women’s Rights Centre.
East Renfrewshire’s comprehensive guide to promote the mental wellbeing of children and young people.
Play in crisis
There is a heightened need to support children’s right to play at this time so the International Play Association (IPA) has developed the IPA Play in Crisis: Support for Parents and Carers resources.
Latest domestic abuse statistics
The police recorded 60,641 incidents of domestic abuse in 2018-19, an increase of 2% compared to the previous year – although it is known that not all incidents are reported.
ASN Review: what Enquire said
The Review is looking at how additional support for learning works in nursery, primary, secondary and special schools. It will report in the spring – this is what Enquire have submitted.
Findings from the Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children 2019 survey
The HBSC Scottish survey data is published with a breadth of data on all aspects of children’s lives at home, at school in the community.
The Changing Role of Specialist Provision in Supporting Inclusive Education
This report describes the situation and trends across Europe in relation to specialist provision. It forms a clear overview of the development of specialist provision for meeting learners’ rights to high-quality inclusive education.
Emotional and behavioural wellbeing
What risk and protective factors matter for children?
Preventing childhood sexual abuse
Working upstream for prevention.
Action Plan to improve the lives of Gypsy/Travellers
Improving the lives of our Gypsy/Traveller communities is a human-rights commitment.
Forces Children’s Education
Information for educators and families about the education system, supporting Armed Forces families moving to Scotland.
Scottish Network for Highly Able Pupils
The Network has specialised in teaching and learning for highly able pupils for over 20 years and offers guidance for educators.
Principles into Practice: Transitions for young people
The challenge is to develop a nationally agreed, non-mandatory, framework for transitions. You can help shape the framework.