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CELCIS Blog

Our blog is a hub for news, views and analysis of what's happening in the looked after children sector here in Scotland, and further afield. You'll hear from our staff and guest bloggers on many topical issues where they'll be reflecting and sharing their policy, practice and research insights.

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May
23
Scotland's only Virtual Head Teacher tells us about her role in Aberdeen City Council   Read More ...
Author : Larissa Gordon

May
22
How the Education Forum brings together those with an interest in the education of looked after children   Read More ...
Author : Graham Connelly

May
16
Judge of our writing competition for care experienced children, Raymond Soltysek describes how creative writing can improve confidence.   Read More ...
Topic : Education
Author : Raymond Soltysek

May
12
The differences between additional support needs and special education needs and how we need to be careful when using the terms.   Read More ...
Topic : Education

May
11
Louise Martin, the University of Strathclyde’s Widening Access Support Officer, and Jennifer Lynch Care leaver talk about going to university.   Read More ...
Author : Louise Martin

May
08
Kathy Allan from Adoption UK explains how an attachment awareness programme in East Lothian is helping looked after and adopted children have a better experience of school.   Read More ...
Author : Kathy Allan

May
02
We need access to data at both population and individual levels if we're to be successful in improving the attainment of looked after children.   Read More ...
Author : Graham Connelly

Apr
24
Research into how music could and should help shape the experiences of children and young people in residential care settings.   Read More ...
Author : Moyra Hawthorn

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