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Scotland’s Play Charter pledge
Play Scotland is promoting Scotland’s first inclusive Play Charter. This describes a collective commitment to play for all babies, children and young people in Scotland. ​
Posted November 29, 2016 by Early Years Scotland
Teachers concern with Scots children struggling with speech
Primary School teachers in Scotland say they often see children starting school struggling with their speech and language, causing them to fall behind other children.
Posted November 22, 2016 by Early Years Scotland
Early Years Scotland to deliver Scottish Government Early Learning and Childcare expansion trial
Early Years Scotland’s hugely successful Stay and Play service has been chosen as the model for one of three exciting Early Learning and Childcare expansion trials announced by the Scottish Government yesterday.
Posted November 16, 2016 by Early Years Scotland
Training workshop: Supporting early years children with autism spectrum disorders
Children in Scotland are running a training workshop on supporting early years children with autism spectrum disorders.
Posted November 15, 2016 by Early Years Scotland
Revised SSSC Codes of Practice and fitness to practise launched
Mark McDonald MSP, Minister for Childcare and Early Years, has launched the revised Codes of Practice for Social Service Workers and Employers published by the SSSC. The Codes, first introduced in 2003, set standards of behaviour and practice that all workers and employers in social services must meet.
Posted November 03, 2016 by Early Years Scotland
Play Talk Read launches 30 Days of Play
Play Talk Read has launched '30 Days of Play', its latest campaign aimed at encouraging parents and carers to spend time playing and having fun with their child.
Posted November 01, 2016 by Early Years Scotland