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Getting it right: more support for you and your child
Leaflet introducing Getting it right for every child
UNCRC: The foundation of Getting it right for every child
Feedback and presentations from our recent consultation with the third sector on the Children & Young People (Scotland) Act 2014 guidance. Download presentations and feedback More about the Act
The Scottish Government Response to the ‘Consultation on the Draft Statutory Guidance for Parts 4, 5 & 18 (Section 96) of the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014’. Read the SG Response to the consultation on the draft statutory guidance
Questions and answers on the GIRFEC provisions in the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014. Read the GIRFEC Q&A for practitioners Read the GIRFEC Q&A for parents and families
Our proposal for the development of guidance to support the GIRFEC provisions in the Children and Young People (Scotland) Act 2014. It signals the start of an engagement process with stakeholders to develop the full statutory guidance. Outline guidance on GIRFEC provisions
Written and produced by the Getting it right for every child team, here at the Scottish Government, Wellbeing magazine tells you what we and others are doing to promote children’s rights and support their wellbeing. Issue 2 of Wellbeing - Autumn 2013 (Issue 2 also available as an e-book) Issue 1 of Wellbeing - Spring 2013 (Issue 1 also available as an e-book)
Update for professionals who work with children, young people and families. GIRFEC Bulletin - Issue 1: Information sharing
A comprehensive GIRFEC resource based on three years' work across Lanarkshire. Access Lanarkshire's toolkit
A guide to implementing Getting it right for every child
Messages from pathfinders and learning partners about implementing Getting it right for every child.
Includes summaries for practitioners, operational managers and strategic managers.
Review of the process and experience within the Getting it right domestic abuse pathfinders
Children affected by parental substance misuse (CAPSM) - in Angus
Also includes a baseline report from April 2010
Changing professional practice and culture to Get it right for every child
An evaluation report of the development and early implementation phases of Getting it right for every child in Highland 2006 - 2009.
Also includes a series of thematic briefings, reporting the findings from the evaluation of the pathfinder.
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