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16 Aug 2022 - The Herald
NICOLA Sturgeon's government has been urged to double the Scottish Child Payment Bridging Payments.
16 Aug 2022 - Children's Commissioner
The Serious Case Review into the experiences of Child Q found that the system designed to protect and support children had seriously failed. Following this case, the Children’s Commissioner’s office initiated an investigation of children’s...
16 Aug 2022 - Department for Education and Department of Health and Social Care
Guidance and sign up form for local authorities pre-selected to take part in the family hubs and start for life programme.
16 Aug 2022 - Department for Education (DfE), 2022
These figures are experimental statistics on serious incidents involving children that local authorities have notified the Child Safeguarding Practice Review Panel about. 
16 Aug 2022 - Parent-Infant Foundation, 2022
Why do we need to understand early trauma? What happens during the first 1001 days, from pregnancy until a child is two, lays the foundations for later health and happiness. During this time, babies’ development is shaped by their environment and...
16 Aug 2022 - Children's Commissioner, 2022
When a child experiences violent, sexual or domestic abuse, whether in their home, school or community, it is vital that they are listened to and that they receive meaningful, specialist support. That is why I welcome the ambitions of the draft...
16 Aug 2022 - The Children's Commissioner's Office
All children deserve an education system that matches their ambitions for the future, no matter what support they need and where they are in the country.
16 Aug 2022 - Department for Education
Information for early years practitioners about applying to become a stronger practice hub.
16 Aug 2022 - Department for Work and Pensions
Quarterly statistics about Maternity Allowance claims paid from 1 December 2021 to 28 February 2022.
16 Aug 2022 - Department for Work and Pensions
Official experimental statistics for the number of claims, starts, people, and households on Universal Credit.