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Important news on PVG fees refunds
Disclosure Scotland has announced that there is no longer any requirement to include the date of birth of past volunteers and unpaid helpers on the PVG fees refund application form.
Posted October 30, 2015 by Early Years Scotland
Conference on grief & bereavement in schools
This conference is the first Schools Conference in Scotland and part of Child Bereavement UK's highly successful ‘Let’s Talk About It’ series and aims to develop an understanding of the needs of pupils and staff when someone within the school community is bereaved. It will include presentations and discussion around:
Posted October 29, 2015 by Early Years Scotland
Shaping Health and Social Care for Scotland’s Future
A consultation has been launched on the draft human rights and wellbeing principles that underpin the development of new National Care Standards for health and social care services in Scotland.
Posted October 28, 2015 by Early Years Scotland
Vote for Scotland’s best activities with PlayTalkRead
PlayTalkRead is calling for all parents and carers of young children across Scotland to vote for their favourite activities in their local area.
Posted October 28, 2015 by Early Years Scotland
Risk a part of a 'fit and healthy childhood'
An All-Party Parliamentary Group has published a report on on ‘a fit and healthy childhood’ which encourages adults to let children engage in more risky activities, including rough-and-tumble play and ‘playing near potentially dangerous elements such as water and cliffs’.
Posted October 22, 2015 by Early Years Scotland
Funding boost for Gaelic early years groups
Children in Gaelic speaking communities will be helped to get the best start in life after First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announced £100,000 funding for 41 early years groups and organisations.
Posted October 21, 2015 by Early Years Scotland
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