Writing in The Scotsman, Lynn Bell from coalition member LOVE learning, highlights the need for increased support for those with additional support needs, including mental health problems, during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Scottish Children's Services Coalition calls for greater support for children with additional support needs during the Covid-19 crisis as figures highlight that the number of specialist support teachers has declined.
The Scottish Children's Services Coalition raises concerns over cuts in spending on those children and young people with additional support needs. This article appeared in The Herald.
Coalition urges government to up its game over rise in number of young people with mental health illness being treated in non-specialist wards
The Scottish Children’s Services Coalition is urging the Scottish Government to up its game in response to an increased number of young people with mental health problems being admitted to adult wards.
Marking Scottish Apprenticeship Week, the Scottish Children's Services Coalition highlights the incredible benefits for employers in taking on on a Modern Apprentice from more excluded groups, such as those who are disabled and care experienced.
The Scottish Children's Services Coalition calls for increased investment in mental health services to address the current mental health crisis, with a renewed focus on prevention and early intervention.
Coalition raises major concerns over falling levels of attainment for pupils with additional support needs
The Scottish Children's Services Coalition responds to concerns over a fall in attainment levels for those with additional support needs.
With an increasing demand on services, the Scottish Children's Services Coalition is calling on the Scottish Government to deliver a ‘Budget for Mental Health’ this week.
Writing in The Scotsman, Lynn Bell from coalition member LOVE learning, highlights the need for increased support to improve the mental health and wellbeing of our children and young people.