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The Sexual Health and Blood Borne Virus Framework 2011-2015, 25/08/11 [S]
The Scottish Government has set out their agenda in relation to sexual health, HIV, hepatitis C and hepatitis B for the next four years.

Protecting Vulnerable Groups and Self-directed Support Guidance, 22/07/11 [S]
The Scottish Government has published guidance on the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (PVG) Scheme and Self-directed Support (SDS).

Start active, stay active: a report on physical activity from the four home countries' Chief Medical Officers, 11/07/11 [E/NI/S/
The Department of Health has published guidelines on the volume, duration, frequency and type of physical activity required across the lifecourse to achieve general health benefits.

Departmental advice on health and safety for schools, 04/07/11 [E/S/W]
The Department for Education has published revised guidance on health and safety for schools and information on school trips.

Principles for a partnership approach for the food and drink industry and other related organisations working with schools, 23/0
Guidelines for partnership working between schools and food and drink organisations to help teach young people about where their food comes from have been launched.

Diverting Young People from Prosecution, 22/06/11 [S]
The Scottish Government has produced guidance for service providers and decision makers on what they need to do to provide a more effective, tailored and appropriate intervention - in the form of diversion from prosecution - for young people who offend.

Alternatives to Secure Care and Custody: Guidance for Local Authorities, Community Planning Partnerships and Service Providers,
The Scottish Government has published guidance for Local Authorities, Community Planning Partnerships and Service Providers on developing a whole system approach, involving streamlined and consistent planning, assessment and decision making for young people involved in offending, to ensure they receive the right help at the right time.

National care standards early education and childcare up to the age of 16, 16/05/11 [S]
The Scottish Government have reissued the national care standards for childcare which cover services for children and young people up to the age of 16 years which are to be regulated under the Regulation of Care (Scotland) Act 2001.

National Care Standards: School Care Accommodation Services, 16/05/11 [S]
The Scottish Government has reissued the national care standards for school care accommodation.

National Care Standards: Foster Care and Family Placement Services, 16/05/11 [S]
The Scottish Government has reissued the National Care Standards for Foster Care and Family Placement Services.