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  • SCRA Corporate Plan 2011-14

    Date: 22nd March 2011
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, General measures of implementation, Respect for the views of the child
    Author: Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration

    The Scottish Children's Reporter Administration Corporate Plan outlines our commitment to working with partners in delivering the best outcomes for vulnerable children and young people, their families and carers, and the communities in which they live.

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  • Count Us In: Mind Over Matter

    Date: 17th March 2011
    Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities
    Author: Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Education

    This guide is part of the Count Us In online resource that gives the professional view of HMIE on the strengths and best practice in implementing inclusion and equality across education in Scotland, and sets out what needs to be done now to improve.

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  • Benefits of Out of School Care Video

    Date: 10th March 2011
    Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities
    Author: Scottish Out of School Care Network

    The Scottish Out of School Care Network interviewed out of school care staff members, children and parents about the benefits and importance of out of school care in Scotland.

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  • Young people: know your rights

    Date: 1st March 2011
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, General measures of implementation, Children with disabilities
    Author: The Equality and Human Rights Commission

    Young women and men may find themselves being treated unfairly because of their gender, age, disability, race, religion or belief, sexual orientation or transgender status.

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  • Report Card Nine: Children Left Behind

    Date: 3rd December 2010
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities
    Author: UNICEF

    Whether in health, in education, or in material well-being, some children will always fall behind the average. The critical question is - how far behind? Is there a point beyond which falling behind is not inevitable but policy susceptible, not unavoidable but unacceptable, not inequality but inequity?

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  • Education Reforms

    Date: 4th October 2010
    Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities
    Author: Children & Young People Now

    The Government has embarked on a programme of reforms that could revolutionise the education system in England. Lauren Higgs explains the changes, and what they will mean for all those who work with children, young people and families.

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  • Underage and Pregnant

    Date: 4th October 2010
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities
    Author: BBC Learning

    BBC Learning has compiled two resource packs featuring footage from the BBC Three documentary series, Underage and Pregnant. Both the Teacher's Pack (which includes curriculum based exercises) and the Youth Pack (designed for use in more informal settings) contain exercises that address different aspects of teenage pregnancy, sexual health, relationships and parenting.

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  • The Voluntary Sector and GIRFEC Implementation

    Date: 4th October 2010
    Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities
    Author: Pupil Inclusion Network Scotland

    PINS works to connect voluntary sector practitioners with developments and debates in Scottish education; with a particular focus on the most vulnerable, disaffected and excluded pupils.

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  • A Guide to Implementing GIRFEC: Messages from pathfinders and learning partners

    Date: 19th July 2010
    Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities
    Author: Scottish Government

    In 2008, the Scottish Government published A Guide to Getting it right for every child, which explains the approach, especially the Values and Principles, Core Components and the National Practice Model.

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  • Against the odds: Re-engaging young people in education, employment or training

    Date: 7th July 2010
    Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Family Environment and Alternative Care
    Author: Audit Commission

    Since 1990, a yearly government survey has indicated that between 9 and 10 per cent of 16 to 18 year olds is without a wage, schooling or training. This new study looks at the financial, personal and social cost of teenagers who are so-called NEET - not in education, employment or training.

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  • Getting it right for every child resources

    Date: 1st July 2010
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, General measures of implementation
    Author: Scottish Government

    Getting it right for every child is a fundamental way of working that builds on research and practice evidence to help practitioners focus on what makes a positive difference for children and young people and act to deliver these improvements.

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  • Cotton wool kids safety myths demolished

    Date: 1st June 2010
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Family Environment and Alternative Care
    Author: Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People

    This guidance aims to tackle the risk averse culture that sees children miss out on outdoor activities because staff fear being sued or blamed if an accident occurs.

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  • National Guidance for Child Protection in Scotland: Consultation

    Date: 1st June 2010
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare, Children with disabilities, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Family Environment and Alternative Care
    Author: Scottish Government

    The revised National Guidance on Child Protection reflects this changed and changing landscape; and also the Scottish Government's distinctive and strong commitment to working in partnership with practitioners across the child protection sector to best support local practice at national level.

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  • Guidance on partnership working between allied health professions and education

    Date: 27th May 2010
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities
    Author: Scottish Government

    The Chief Health Professions Officer at the Scottish Government is currently working with Learning Directorate colleagues to support a partnership approach to enhancing access to therapy services for children and young people.

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  • How to Make Presentations Accessible to All

    Date: 24th May 2010
    Category: Children with disabilities, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Policies & procedures
    Author: World Wide Web Consortium

    Do you remember a time when people around you broke out in laughter, but you didn't hear the joke? Be careful not to leave out information for some people in your audience. For example, if you say 'you can read it on the slide', you are probably excluding people who cannot see the slide.

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  • Families as Learning Partners

    Date: 3rd May 2010
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare, Children with disabilities, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Family Environment and Alternative Care
    Author: Enquire

    This year's Enquire 2010 Annual Conference theme was the importance of the role families play as learning partners, looking at how children, parents, carers and the wider community can be more effectively involved and engaged in the education of children with additional support needs.

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  • A Brief Guide to Easy Read

    Date: 1st April 2010
    Category: Children with disabilities, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Policies & procedures
    Author: Scottish Accessible Information Forum

    This guide will tell you more about what Easy Read means, give you some top tips on how to do it and provide links to other useful publications which will give you more detailed information. The guide also lists some organisations who can produce your documents in an easy read format.

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  • "It is not about money and resources. It is about empathy and intuition."

    Date: 1st April 2010
    Category: Basic Health and Welfare, Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, General measures of implementation
    Author: Highland Children’s Forum

    A report on a consultation with children and families about the new Getting it Right for Every Child approach asking how well listened to a involved children and families felt in the Child's Plan.

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  • A Right Blether

    Date: 1st March 2010
    Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Policies & procedures, UK 1st periodic review
    Author: Scotland’s Commissioner for Children and Young People

    Scotland's Commissioner for Children and Young People has created five 'rights workshops' with creative extras to help children and young people understand more about their rights.

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  • Participants, not pawns: Guidance on consulting with children and young people on school closures (and other significant changes)

    Date: 1st March 2010
    Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities, Policies & procedures
    Author: Scotland's Commissioner for Children and Young People

    This guidance has been launched to help local authorities ensure that their consultation with children and young people is meaningful, credible and commands the respect of children and young people, their parents/carers and the wider community.

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