Paper that presents the first UK estimates of the association between parental wealth during adolescence and a range of children’s outcomes in early adulthood.
Parental wealth is positively associated with all outcomes examined (which include educational attainment, employment, earnings and homeownership).
Strategy document that sets out to ensure better educational and wider outcomes for children by improving the quality and integration of services to the youngest children and their families from 2010 to 2015.
Review that aims to provide the reader with a clearer understanding of integrated service provision in the early years and the policy behind it. It was carried out by the Institute of Education on behalf of the Centre for Excellence and Outcomes in Children and Young People’s Services (C4EO).
Enquire is the Scottish advice service for additional support for learning. The publications section contains leaflets, guides, factsheets, newsletters and briefing papers.
Knowledge review that tells us what works in integrating early years services. It is based on a rapid review of the research literature involving systematic searching, analysis of key data, validated local practice examples and views from people using services and providers.
It summarises the best available evidence that will help service providers to improve services and, ultimately, outcomes for children, young people and their families.
An interactive e-learning resource created to support individuals in achieving outcomes for children.
Small selection of the Glasgow Centre for the Child & Society publications and materials produced by, or involving, centre staff.
Article and video explaining the use of dolls for working with children.
Report designed to provide information on the impending changes to safeguarding as a result of the Munro Review of child protection and subsequent revised draft guidance on Working Together.
The report explores and reflects on the implications of policy changes for voluntary and community sector organisations working with children, young people and families.
Many people in universities, government departments and voluntary organisations,are doing research to find out what is meant by‘happiness’, and what makes children happy or unhappy. They are also doing research on how to measure ‘happiness’, or how to measure ‘wellbeing’. This report gives some of the answers children themselves have given on these questions.