Working together for children: Stirling
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Working together for children: Stirling

7 Useful web links

Children in Scotland's Policy Info Service [Tip: hold Ctrl and click a link to open it in a new tab. (Hide tip)] , accessed 16 July 2008.

This website contains accessible, comprehensive and up-to-date policy information relating to children and young people in Scotland.

 

Department for Education, accessed 16 July 2008.

Information about the aims and objectives of the Department for Children, Schools and Families (previously DfES) in the UK. It is aimed at a wide range of users, from parents and teachers to jobseekers. It links to information on the National Curriculum, equal opportunities, consultation papers and performance tables. The site includes a search facility.

 

Every Child Matters, accessed 16 July 2008.

A Green Paper setting out for consultation a framework for improving outcomes for all children and their families; to protect, promote their wellbeing, and support them to develop their full potential. Downloadable sections are available as pdf or Word files.

 

Every Disabled Child Matters, accessed 16 July 2008.

Every Disabled Child Matters (EDCM) is the campaign to get rights and justice for every disabled child.

 

The Scottish Government, accessed 16 July 2008.

The devolved Government for Scotland is responsible for most of the issues of day-to-day concern to the people of Scotland, including health, education, justice, rural affairs and transport.

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