Document produced jointly by a number of children's organisations making a series of recommendations for the improvement of children's services throughout Scotland.
Toolkit based on themes which have been found to be effective in combating domestic abuse. It is made up of one easy to use 'core' lesson which teachers or other professionals working with children can use for each year group from reception to year 13.
The Internet Grammar of English is an online course in English grammar written primarily for university undergraduates, though it will be useful to everyone who is interested in the English language. IGE does not assume any prior knowledge of grammar. It provides information on a range of topics including word classes, clauses and sentences, forms and functions and offers a list of interactive exercises.
This paper highlights the key education-related findings of a one-year research project commissioned by the Countryside Agency and Save the Children exploring service provision for children who experience domestic violence in rural areas in England. The project involved in-depth interviews with children, young people and a small sample of parents, as well as service providers in the education, health, social services, refuge, housing and criminal justice sectors.
Report of research which assessed ways in which voluntary organisations can work better with young refugees to further their self-development and improve their skills. The report aims to help voluntary organisations formulate a policy approach for young refugees.
Report summarising the results of a survey of 1003 adults across the UK on their attitudes to young people in care. The findings demonstrate the potential for community support in challenging myths which might hamper young care leavers in their efforts to move forward with their lives.
Child wellbeing and child poverty:where the UK stands in the European table, is a briefing paper of research by a York University team for the Child Poverty Action Group (CPAG) published in April 2009. This league table of young people's wellbeing places the United Kingdom 24th out of 29 countries measured across seven areas: health, education, housing, material resources, relationships, risk, and how young people feel about their lives. The data was mostly drawn from 2006 and does not reflect changes as a result of government programmes since that time.
The Work-Based Learning for Education (WLE) Centre of Excellence aims to transform the current models of work-based learning to respond to the diversity of professional learning needs emerging in many areas. Its objectives are to build on innovative practice in teaching, learning and assessment through e-learning and digital video, and to incorporate the concepts of work experience and experiential learning and to develop new approaches in work-based learning: as work-related (taking place away from work) and work-located (taking place at work).
This report provides examples of practice from all 32 Scottish local authorities which show their aspirations for their looked after children and young people and care leavers. It also demonstrates their intentions to support these young people in a variety of ways, through their chosen pathway, to becoming successful, contributing members of society.
Survey assessing what progress has been made in alleviating social problems in the areas of welfare, employment, education, health, crime and community.