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Justice 2 Committee consider draft Youth Justice Inquiry Report, 01/03/05 [S]
At their meeting on 1 March 2005 the Justice 2 Committee considered a draft report on their Youth Justice Inquiry in private. A number of changes were agreed and the report will be considered further at a future meeting.

Education Committee takes evidence on pupil motivation inquiry, 23/02/05 [S]
At their meeting on 23 February 2005 the Committee took evidence from the pupil support and inclusion division of the Scottish Executive on their pupil motivation inquiry.

Early Years Inquiry Call for Evidence, 07/02/05 [S]
The Scottish Parliament's Education Committee has launched an inquiry into the provision of preschool education and care across Scotland. The aim of the Education Committee 's inquiry is to examine progress by the Scottish Executive to deliver effective early years education and childcare in the light of Partnership Agreement commitments and forthcoming policy announcements. Written evidence should be submitted by <b>1 April 2005</b>.

Inquiry into the Purposes of Scottish Education - Education, Culture and Sport Committee 03/02 - [S]
The Scottish Parliament's Education, Culture and Sport Committee is working in parallel with the Scottish Executive to stimulate the debate on Education.

Justice 2 Committee takes evidence in Youth Justice Inquiry, 01/02/05 [S]
At their meeting on 1 February the Justice 2 Committee took evidence from Cathy Jamieson, Minister for Justice and Scottish Executive Officials in their youth justice inquiry.

Education Committee considers terms of reference for its early years inquiry, 26/01/05 [S]
At their meeting on 26 January 2005 the Committee considered and agreed draft terms of reference for its early years inquiry and agreed the need for an adviser. The terms of reference are to examine progress by the Scottish Executive to deliver effective early years education and childcare in the light of Partnership Agreement commitments and forthcoming policy announcements.

Health Committee takes evidence on Eating disorders inquiry, 25/01/05 [S]
At their meeting on 25 January 2005 the Health Committee took evidence from the Royal College of General Practitioners and the Deputy Minister for Health and Community Care on their eating disorders inquiry.

Education Committee considers terms of reference for its early years inquiry, 19/01/05 [S]
The Committee took evidence from Scottish Executive officials to inform its consideration of the proposed early years inquiry at their meeting on 19 January 2005. The Committee then considered possible terms of reference for an inquiry in to the early years.

Health Committee takes evidence on their Eating Disorders Inquiry, 18/01/05 [S]
The Committee took evidence from several organisations on their Eating Disorders Inquiry at their meeting on 18 January 2005.

Call for Evidence on Pupil Motivation Inquiry, 30/11/04 [S]
The Scottish Parliament's Education Committee has launched an inquiry into pupil motivation. The aim of the inquiry is to identify how all children and young people can be motivated by their school experience to enable them to achieve their full potential. The Committee has called for written evidence to be submitted by <b>4 February 2005</b>.