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Nov
30

Evidence submitted by CELCIS, to inform the Scottish Parliament’s scrutiny of the Education (Scotland) Bill at Stage Two. The paper focuses on Scottish Government (proposed) amendments to place the National Improvement Framework on a statutory footing.   Read More ...


Nov
30

Guidance for managers of residential services, and individual residential practitioners, and it is also intended to inform local authority outdoor education staff.   Read More ...

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Nov
30

Guidance for adults who come into regular contact with homeless children and young people.   Read More ...


Nov
30

There is growing interest across the UK in European models of social pedagogy.   Read More ...

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Author : Mark Smith

Nov
26

Our statement welcoming the ambitions of Scottish Government's new strategy to improve services for looked after children and young people   Read More ...

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Nov
23

We’ve launched our new site. Check out our old fave stuff and some of our fantastic new features...   Read More ...

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Nov
23

In this blog Liz Brabender discusses how CELCIS tackles drift and delay in permanency.   Read More ...

Topic : Permanence
Author : Liz Brabender

Nov
19

Watch Professor Brigid Daniel and Professor Karen Broadhurst at our inaugural lecture.   Read More ...

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Nov
18

If you have an idea for a workshop then get in touch with us to showcase your practice.   Read More ...

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Nov
18

Calling all MSPs to sign the Child Rights Manifesto and become #ChildRightsChamps ahead of the 2016 Scottish Parliament elections.   Read More ...

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Nov
17

A practical and useful step-by-step process for corporate parents in fulfilling their duties of the Part 9 of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014.   Read More ...

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Author : CELCIS

Nov
16

A blog by Moyra Hawthorn detailing a decade striving for justice.   Read More ...

Topic : Historical abuse
Author : Moyra Hawthorn

Nov
15

Additional evidence supplied by CELCIS to assist the Education and Culture Committee   Read More ...


Nov
13

Find and get in touch with one of our CELCIS team   Read More ...

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Nov
12

Empowering communities, combatting poverty, improving services World Forum, The Hague | 20-22 June 2016   Read More ...

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Nov
10

The Care Inspectorate and Healthcare Improvement Scotland want your views on the principles that will form the new National Care Standards.   Read More ...

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Nov
09

Looked after children that reject love are the ones who need it most.   Read More ...


Nov
06

Steps to Success: Supporting quality transitions through and beyond residential child care Our two-day conference will take delegates through the successes and challenges of transitions for our looked after children and young people. These should form an exciting rite of passage, but at times can be turbulent, are often emotional and always important. It's essential we provide care, love, support and stability for their journey through residential child care.   Read More ...

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Nov
06

Our consultation response draws on academic research, our own activities, and the experience of professionals.   Read More ...

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Nov
06

The Standard for Residential Child Care is the new benchmark underpinning the development and delivery of Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework (SCQF) level 9 qualifications for the residential child care workforce.   Read More ...


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