Each Corporate Parent must publish a plan setting out how they intend to fulfil their duties. This document provides guidance on the contents and elements required to produce a great Corporate Parenting plan.
This guidance document is for staff working in Scotland’s colleges to ensure they feel confident in the consideration and processing of the Care Experienced Student Bursary. It is intended to complement and augment the guidance the SFC provides on the administration of the bursary: National Policy for Further Education Bursaries.
In this issue – We share some Education and Engagement team updates. sportscotland share the work they have been doing to develop their EDI tools and better understand the Care Experienced community.
An overview of the Who Cares? Scotland 2023-24 learning offer from the Education and Engagement Team.
In this issue – Read about the Training and Education team’s recent visit to Shetland. Edinburgh College share the work they have been doing to support Care Experienced students financially.
A snapshot of the Scottish Government’s Keeping the Promise Implementation Plan.
Catch up with all the latest news from the Training & Education team this February.
This easy-read guide shares key information from our Corporate Parenting progress report using information shared with us by The Scottish Government and CELCIS.
This report is packed with easy to understand information on what Corporate Parents have been doing for people with care experience over the past three years, from 2018 to 2021.
This short video shares some findings from our Corporate Parenting Progress Report.
Who Cares? Scotland submits evidence to inform the Education reform consultation, including what we know about what Care Experienced learners need to thrive.
Meet Sam. This video shows what it can feel like going into care. It is a composite story of experiences shared with us by the people we support.