We call on the Scottish Government to increase investment in mental health services for children and young people.
We call on the Scottish Government and local authorities to urgently increase investment in pupils with additional support needs (ASN) if it is to deliver genuine inclusion in schools.
Writing in The Scotsman, Iain Cameron, Head Teacher at Spark of Genius’ Caledonian School, discusses why kids in care need more help at school.
Kenny Graham , Head of Education at Falkland House School, writes for the Herald on the need for the Scottish Government to deliver a 'Budget for Mental Health'.
We call for the budget spent on mental health services for children and young people to be tripled in the forthcoming Scottish Budget.
Duncan Dunlop, CEO of WhoCares? Scotland, writes for Friends of the Scotsman about the need for love in the care system.
Our letter to the media calling on the Scottish Government to invest in children with additional support needs.
We respond to a report from the Mental Welfare Commission that shows a significant drop in the number of young people with mental illness being treated in non-specialist wards in Scotland for 2016-17.
Kenny Graham, Head of Education at Falkland House School, writes for Friends of the Scotsman about why all children must be supported to reach their full potential.
New waiting time figures covering the quarter from April to June 2017 indicate that five of 14 health boards failed to meet a Scottish Government waiting time target for access by children and young people to specialist Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS).