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Oct
31

Report highlights the high level of skill within the social service workforce, and the skills and development they'll need to meet future demands.   Read More ...

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Oct
23

A report on mental health support for young people leaving care.   Read More ...

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Oct
20

The Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care (SJRCC) is inviting submissions for a special themed issue on disability to be published in December 2018.   Read More ...

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Oct
20

Practice Exchange Workshop Pre-birth Planning and Early Assessment; where are we now? Thursday 30 November 2017 St Mungo Musuem of Religious Life & Art   Read More ...

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Oct
20

Survivor groups encourage all survivors of abuse in care to take part in milestone consultation   Read More ...

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Oct
20

Linda Davidson discusses every child's need for sensitive and responsive care.   Read More ...

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Oct
13

These postcards and posters have been developed to support night-time economy staff with their role in preventing Child sexual exploitation.   Read More ...

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Oct
13

Response to Scottish Governments consultation on proposed funding arrangements to achieve excellence and equity in education. We highlight the educational and additional support for learning needs of looked after children, and call for funding approaches to take these needs into account.   Read More ...

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Oct
13

The report sets out the extent to which Child Protection Committees and Chief Officers’ Groups across Scotland’s 32 local authority areas are following the National Guidance for Child Protection in Scotland (2014). Drawing on questionnaire findings, the report provides detailed analysis of the membership and activities of Child Protection Committees, the membership and responsibilities of Chief Officers’ Groups, child protection reporting arrangements, and the involvement of elected members. The findings support and inform the delivery of the Scottish Government’s Child Protection Improvement Programme.   Read More ...


Oct
13

This Iriss Insight uses the evidence base to help explore how we can learn from parents whose children have been referred, in order to avoid causing harm and provide the best and most helpful support.   Read More ...

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Author : Maggie Mellon

Oct
12

This is our report to update the Scottish Government about the exploration stage (September 2016 – May 2017) of our programme of improvement to address neglect and enhance wellbeing.   Read More ...


Oct
11

Details of our work with those people and professionals who in turn work directly with children who are looked after away from home - in foster, kinship, residential or secure care.   Read More ...

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Oct
11

An innovative education project is helping Renfrewshire pupils to reach their full potential by inviting their parents to get back into school.   Read More ...

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Oct
10

Our statement in support of Scottish Government's announcement to exempt young care leavers from council tax payments.   Read More ...

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10

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Oct
09

Dr Graham Connelly discusses the use of acronyms when talking about looked after children and children in care.   Read More ...

Topic : Education, Language
Author : Graham Connelly

Oct
09

Life Changes Trust launch funding opportunity for care experienced children to try music, art, sports and crafts.   Read More ...

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Oct
04

The Scottish Government has announced that a long-standing barrier to survivors of childhood abuse being able to take civil legal action, has been abolished.   Read More ...

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Oct
04

Report on the #NotWithoutMe pilot programme challenges the assumption that young people are ‘digital natives’ who have basic digital skills.   Read More ...

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