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CELCIS Education Forum Meeting

Wednesday 12 May 2021

The Scottish Attainment Challenge and Care Experienced Children and Young People

The CELCIS Education Forum provides a platform for a broad network of practitioners involved with, or interested in, the education of looked after children and young people, to come together at regular meetings throughout the year.

We understand that collaboration is central to all of our work in education and Forum members are critical to shaping and influencing not only the work of CELCIS, but to national policy and legislation initiatives.

In May, Attainment Advisors from Education Scotland will be joining us to share information, insights and practical examples of their work as part of The Scottish Attainment Challenge, with a specific look at the aspects which focus on care experienced children and young people.

This online session will aim to:

  • introduce The Scottish Attainment Challenge and the role of the attainment advisor with a specific focus on care experienced children and young people
  • share key themes, insights and perspectives around care experienced young people and equity
  • share case studies and examples of the way in which attainment advisors work to support care experienced children and young people
  • provide the opportunity for attendees to discuss and reflect in relation to their own roles and practice

We hope you can join us! Register your place below.

If you are not already a member of the CELCIS Education Forum, you can find out more and join below.

Event details

When: Weds 12 May
Where: Online event
Cost: Free
Time: 9.30 - 11.00

Contact Organiser

Michelle McCue

Contact us

University of Strathclyde, Curran Building, Level 6
94 Cathedral St, Glasgow G4 0LG
0141 444 8500

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