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Looked After Children Written Answer, 14/01/14 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Kezia Dugdale's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Government whether the school inspection system assesses a school's ability to cater for the needs of looked-after children.

Education Committee considers Children and Young People Bill at Stage 2, 14/01/14[S]
During its meeting of 14 January 2014 the Scottish Parliament Education and Culture Committee considered the Children and Young People Bill at Stage 2.

Greater rights for young people in care, 06/01/14 {S]
Hundreds of Scotlandís most vulnerable young people are to be given greater rights to continuing their care placement into early adulthood from next year, the Scottish Government has announced.

Taking Children into care Debate, 05/12/13 [S]
During its meeting of 5 December 2013 the Scottish Parliament debated decision making on whether to take children into care. Stewart Maxwell (SNP) opened the debate for the Education and Culture Committee.

Scottish Government response to the inquiry on decision making on whether to take children into care, 28/11/13 [S]
The Scottish Government has responded to the Scottish Parliament Education and Culture Committee inquiry into decision making on whether to take children into care.

Stage 1 Debate on the Children and Young People Bill, 21/11/13 [S]
During the meeting of the Scottish Parliament on 21 November 2013 MSPs debated the Children and Young People Bill at Stage 1. The debate was opened by the Minister for Children and Young People, Aileen Campbell.

Children and Young People Bill Stage 1 Report, 14/11/13 [S]
The Scottish Parliament Education and Culture Committee has published the Stage 1 report on the Children and Young People Bill.

Housing Options Protocol for Care Leavers, Guidance for Corporate Parents, 22/10/13 [S]
The Scottish Government has published guidance to assist local authorities and their community planning partners in the development and implementation of local 'Housing Options protocols for Care Leavers'. These Protocols should detail the processes by which young people are supported through their transition out of care and provided with a range of appropriate and sustainable accommodation options.

Staying Put Scotland: Providing care leavers with connectness and belonging, 22/10/13 [S]
The Scottish Government has published information on an approach which will enable young people to enjoy a transition from care to adulthood that more resembles that which is experienced by their non-looked after peers.

Kinship Care Written Answer, 08/10/13 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Neil Bibby's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Government what information it has on the average number of standard grade passes for pupils in kinship care in each of the last three years and how this compares with pupils (a) who live with their parents, (b) in foster care and (c) in residential care homes.