Developing the Young
Workforce - Scotland's Youth
The 2016-17 Annual Report of the Inspectorate of Prosecution in Scotland
Depending on the requirement of the importing country, plants and plant products must meet certain plant health standards before they are allowed entry. Certification can only be issued following satisfactory official inspection. In Scotland, these inspections are carried out by the Scottish Government Inspectors who issue the certification. Fees for certification and charges for pre-export inspections must fully cover the costs incurred in providing the service.
One of a series of case studies of the use of Compulsory Purchase in Scotland - focusing on the use of CPO to assemble land for redevelopment at Butterburn Square in Hilltown, Dundee.
One of a series of case studies on the use of compulsory purchase in Scotland focusing on Cumbernauld in North Lanarkshire
One of a series of case studies on the use of compulsory purchase in Scotland, focusing on a roads project at Horsley Brae in North Lanarkshire
One of a series of case studies on the use of compulsory purchase in Scotland, focusing on the use of a Housing CPO to enable the regeneration of the Johnstone Castle area of Johnstone, Renfrewshire
One of a series of case studies on the use of compulsory purchase in Scotland, focusing on the Mill Street project in Perth City Centre
One of a series of case studies on the use of compulsory purchase in Scotland, focusing on the use of a Housing CPO for an abandoned, derelict house in Pennelton Place, Bo'ness
One of a series of case studies on the use of compulsory purchase in Scotland, focusing on the use of a Planning CPO to enable the regeneration of the Sighthill area of north Glasgow to proceed.
The broad aim of the project is to explore the views and perceptions of probationer teachers, probationer supporters and local authority probation managers on the impact of Initial Teacher Education on the preparedness of probation teachers to:
• effectively and confidently deliver literacy and numeracy
• effectively and confidently contribute to HWB
• support equality
• use data literacy to inform professional judgement.
Area, yield and production figures for barley, wheat, oats and oilseed, from the 2017 harvest in Scotland.
This is the first annual report from the Commissioner for Fair Access. It sketches out the wider context of access to higher education in Scotland and considers a number of important issues such as funding, admissions and entry standards and progression from college to university. The report concludes with a series of recommendations for Scottish Government, the Scottish Funding Council and universities.
The statistics in this release are based on administrative records and surveys of individual public sector bodies carried out by the Scottish Government and the Office for National Statistics (ONS). This is a snapshot of employment as at September 2017. The publication includes information on public sector employment in Scotland with distinctions made for employment in devolved bodies and reserved bodies (located in Scotland).
A consultation on public bodies in Scotland to be named in legislation as being able to make use of new powers following passage of the Digital Economy Act 2017.
This is a consultation about the policy to reintroduce beavers to Scotland and whether the appropriate mitigation measures have been identified. Views are also being sought on a Strategic Environmental Assessment that has been undertaken of this policy of reintroduction.
Information on the Scottish Government's Position on EU citizens' rights with links to further information and advice for those affected by Brexit.
The 2018 National Improvement Framework and Improvement Plan replaces last year’s NIF and Improvement Plan. It brings together what we know about how the system is performing and sets out the improvement activity the Scottish Government and partners will be taking forward in the year ahead.
This contains the results of the Achievement of Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) Levels for 2016/17.
This document is a report for the fourth (2016) wave of the Behaviour in Scottish Schools Research which was first undertaken in 2006.