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Nov
30

Strathclyde student explores residential childcare experiences.   Read More ...

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Nov
29

Who Cares? Scotland is recruiting a Director of Fundraising and Development to help help support the organisation's 5-year strategic plan.   Read More ...

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Nov
28

As part of the Adoption Task Force, facilitated by CELCIS, Adoption UK is collaborating with St. Andrew’s Children’s Society, Scottish Adoption and social work and third sector agencies to raise the voice of the adopted child in Scotland.   Read More ...

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Nov
27

Care Inspectorate publishes Our Creative Journey.   Read More ...

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Nov
24

Advice and information on the committees responsible for protecting children where you are in Scotland.   Read More ...

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Nov
22

Presentation by Professor Mike Stein, Emeritus Professor, from the Scottish Care Leavers Covenant Conference in October 2017.   Read More ...

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Nov
21

Report from the UK-wide survey asking adoptive parents about their children’s experiences in school, particularly of exclusions.   Read More ...

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Nov
21

Fiona Aitken, Director Scotland for Adoption UK, talks about the significance of Adoption Week in Scotland and the need to listen to the voices of adopted young people   Read More ...

Topic : Permanence, Adoption
Author : Fiona Aitken

Nov
20

Head of Care needed to develop Harmeny’s care provision with overall operational responsibility for the day-to-day running of Harmeny School.   Read More ...

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Nov
20

This document provides a snapshot of examples of ‘tests of change’ that have been successfully introduced in some of our local Permanence and Care Excellence (PACE) areas across Scotland.   Read More ...

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Author : CELCIS

Nov
20

Response to the Scottish Government consultation on Section 70 of the Education (Scotland) Act 1980   Read More ...

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Nov
17

A response to the Scottish Government consultation on assessing children with additional support needs’ capacity to use their rights, and considering their wellbeing.   Read More ...

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Author : Graham Connelly

Nov
17

CELCIS response to Scottish Government consultation on measuring the attainment gap and milestones towards closing it   Read More ...

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Nov
17

Our spotlight and go to place for all resources on child sexual exploitation   Read More ...

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Nov
15

Response to Scottish Governments consultation considering proposals for free bus travel for Modern Apprentices.   Read More ...

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Author : Lizzie Morton

Nov
15

Who Cares? Scotland are offering two young people with care experience the chance to study at Harvard University.   Read More ...

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Nov
14

Information sharing and the named person are being debated in Parliament just now; Ben Farrugia gets to grips with the latest developments.   Read More ...


Nov
13

Response to Scottish Governments consultation the Continuing Care (Scotland) Amendment Order 2018, which will ensure the continued eligibility of the current cohort of young people to continuing care as they increase in age. We fully support the Order, and this transformational policy. However, we also highlight challenges to the full and consistent implementation of continuing care, and explore solutions.   Read More ...

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Author : Lizzie Morton

Nov
10

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Nov
03

Active Implementation - what it is, what it is not, and how it could help bring about lasting change to children's services.   Read More ...


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