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Jun
26

The first Scotland-wide survey of care experienced students in Scotland’s colleges and universities.   Read More ...

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Jun
26

The first Scotland-wide survey of care experienced students in Scotland’s colleges and universities, on behalf of the Scottish Funding Council.   Read More ...


Jun
24

CELCIS has joined more than 70 organisations and leaders from across Scottish society to call on the First Minister to speed up the introduction of a new income supplement to tackle child poverty.   Read More ...

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Jun
21

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Jun
21

Reports from a study investigated decision making, permanence, progress, outcomes and belonging for children in Scotland who became looked after in 2012-13, when they were aged five or under.   Read More ...

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Jun
20

A new child protection campaign is encouraging everyone to keep their Eyes Open for children at risk during the school holidays, as Scotland’s schools prepare to ring the end of term bell summer.   Read More ...

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Jun
20

A new child protection campaign is encouraging everyone to keep their Eyes Open for children at risk during the school holidays. As Scotland’s schools prepare to ring the end of term bell for the holidays, Child Protection Committees Scotland is urging everyone to be extra observant to help protect potentially vulnerable children while school’s out for summer.   Read More ...

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Jun
18

Congratulations to all the SIRCC Residential Child Care 2019 Award winners. You are all super stars!   Read More ...

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Jun
18

The Scottish Government has published the Educational Outcomes for Looked After Children 2017-2018 statistics.Linking school and social work data, it provides information on school leaver attainment and post school destinations.   Read More ...

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Jun
17

Guest Joe Rankin of the Nevis Group discusses the need to stamp out stigma for those with care experience.   Read More ...

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Jun
13

Resources for the West Lothian PACE programme   Read More ...

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Jun
10

We've published our new strategy, Building Brighter Futures, setting out our direction and purpose over the next five years. Our vision is one where "Children and young people in care and protection are always well supported to be all they hope to be". CELCIS – the Centre for Children's Care and Protection - has come a long way since our earliest origins as the Centre for Residential Child Care founded in 1995. From these foundations, we will continue to find ways to come together with others, learn with them, and further build on our legacy, sharing what we know about improving the protection and care of children, young people and their families, to help practitioners and volunteers who are working locally, nationally and globally.   Read More ...

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Jun
06

Deputy First Minister John Swinney sends a Policy Note to all local authorities outlining how the Care Experienced Bursary should be administered.   Read More ...

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Jun
04

This issue comprises articles submitted in response to a call for submissions to celebrate the 20th anniversary conference of the Scottish Institute of Residential Child Care (SIRCC). The issue includes a poem by social worker and poet, Charlie Gracie, the key note address given by Professor Jim Anglin, and articles reflecting on child and youth care practice in several countries.   Read More ...

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Author : Graham Connelly

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