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School Attainment to be Focus of Education Committee, 12/01/15 [S]
The progress being made by the Scottish Government in reducing the educational attainment gap will be explored by the Scottish Parliamentís Education and Culture Committee as it begins a year long piece of work on the issue.

Healthier Eating for Scotland's Families, 08/01/15 [S]
Eat Better Feel Better campaign launched to help Scotlandís families make simple changes to the way they shop, cook and eat.

Pupils Enjoying Free School Meals, 07/01/15 [S]
Providing a free school lunch for every P1-3 child in Scotland is ďan investment in our nationís futureĒ, according to Deputy First Minister John Swinney.

Back to school for First Minister, 05/01/15 [S]
Schools across Scotland are now serving up free school meals to every Primary 1-3 pupil, following the Scottish Governmentís expanded free schools meals policy coming into effect today.

Tackling health inequalities, 05/01/15 [S]
Despite significant investment in tackling health inequalities in Scotland since devolution, the gap between rich and poor remains persistently wide, according to an inquiry by the Health and Sport Committee.

Support for Children and Families Organisations Confirmed for 2015 -16, 22/12/14 [S]
Children and families across Scotland are set to benefit from funding awards totalling almost £15 million, announced by the Acting Childrenís Minister today.

Scotland's Top Baby Names, 18/12/14 [S]
Jack and Emily were the most popular baby names in 2014, National Records of Scotland announced today.

Positive Destinations Records, 16/12/14 [S]
More school leavers are moving to positive destinations such as employment, training or education than ever before.

Votes for 16 and 17 year-olds, 16/12/14 [S]
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has expressed confidence that the powers necessary to allow 16 and 17 year-olds to vote will be devolved to Holyrood in time for the next Scottish Parliament elections.

Seven Year Plan for Youth Employment, 15/12/14 [S]
Closer links between schools, college and employers will be at the heart of ambitious plans for a significant reduction in youth unemployment over the next seven years.