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Feb
12

We contribute to the Westminster APPG’s inquiry into care experienced children and young people’s access to financial education.   Read More ...


Dec
09

University of Glasgow student, Jamie, grew up in care. In this short film he talks about the challenges on his path through education.   Read More ...


Dec
07

The team at Seamab reflect on their experiences of working in social care and misconceptions about the care and support of children and young people.   Read More ...


Nov
15

Resources and presentations from the CELCIS Education Forum meeting in October 2018   Read More ...

Topic : Education
Author : CELCIS

Nov
15

Resources from the October meeting of the CELCIS Education Forum.   Read More ...

Topic : Education
Author :

Oct
31

This report from the Early Intervention Foundation (EIF) explains the concept of early intervention and how it works to support child development and improve outcomes for children and families. It details the current situation and barriers within the system in England, and the long-term nature of the impact of early intervention. While offering a number of arguments in favour of early intervention, EIF acknowledges that the necessary infrastructure is not yet established and there is still a significant knowledge gap. The report concludes with suggested national and local actions that could be taken in England to help pave the way for implementing early intervention.   Read More ...


Oct
17

This blog post explores the findings of a recent briefing from CELCIS about going to university from care.   Read More ...

Topic : Education, Legislation
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Oct
08

A research project which addressed how looked after children and young people accessed music opportunities, if at all, what barriers there were, and how they might be overcome.   Read More ...


Sep
25

Mark Brotherton, Educational Psychologist, explains how strong relationships between carers and psychologists have been nurtured.   Read More ...

Topic : Education, Residential care
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Sep
18

In this issue, we present three peer reviewed articles, five commentaries, and a book review. These cover a wide range of topics and experiences, encouraging readers to reflect on ways of supporting young people and practitioners.   Read More ...


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18


Sep
14

Jim Lyon from East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership talks about the importance of listening to the voices of care experienced young people as part of Connecting Voices, a participation group of young care experienced young people, run with the support of East Ayrshire Council.   Read More ...


Sep
13

Dr Neil Harrison argues that we need to use better data to better understand care experienced young people entering higher education.   Read More ...

Topic : Education
Author : Dr Neil Harrison

Sep
13

This is the first in a series of our Beyond the Headlines briefings to provide further information and analysis on some commonly reported statistics relating to children and young people in care, care leavers, and care experienced people in Scotland.   Read More ...

Topic : Education, Legislation
Author : CELCIS

Sep
13

Many paths to higher education are not straightforward. A care experienced student talks about overcoming such challenges.   Read More ...


Sep
10

CELCIS response to Scottish Government’s consultation on the review of legislation relating to children and their families in Scotland.   Read More ...


Sep
06

This is an evaluation of the outcomes of the implementation of Parents in Partnership, a six week project which aims to promote parental/carer involvement and family learning.   Read More ...


Sep
06

Liz and Reena, parents of pupils at Auchenharvie Academy have been involved in a project where the attend their children’s school to learn more about the curriculum, with the aim of supporting their children’s attainment at school.   Read More ...


Aug
31

Kieran Morrell, Family Learning Worker, talks about how Parents in Partnership (a model for parental involvement in the school curriculum) is having a real impact on parents and pupils at Auchenharvie Academy in Ayrshire.   Read More ...



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