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Children's Social Work statistics 2011-12, 19/03/13 [S]
The Scottish Government has published Children’s Social Work Statistics Scotland, 2011-12. This publication contains 2011-12 statistics on looked after children, child protection and secure care and close support accommodation.

Education Committee Care Inquiry, 15/01/13 [S]
During its meeting of 15 January 2013 the Scottish Parliament Education and Culture Committee took evidence as part of its inquiry into decision making on whether to take children into care.

Residential Children’s Care Services Oral Question, 13/12/12 [S]
During Question Time on 13 December 2012 Stewart Maxwell (SNP) asked the Scottish Government what its position is on Scotland Excel’s consultation on a proposed national framework for residential children’s care services.

Restraint Written Answer, 18/09/12 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Neil Bibby's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Government how many times restraint techniques have been used on (a) children and (b) young people in residential units in each of the last two years; what (a) guidance and (b) training is given to care providers on restraining (i) children and (ii) young people in residential units; and what type of restraint techniques should be used when restraining (a) children and (b) young people in residential units.

Children's Social Work Statistics Scotland, 29/02/12 [S]
The Scottish Government has published the latest children looked after, child protection and secure care and close support accommodation statistics.

Savings accounts for children in long term care, 28/02/12 [E/NI/S/W[
Donors who wish to give money directly to some of the most vulnerable young people in the UK will be able to through a new savings account for children in care, the Department for Education has announced.

Residential Childcare Written Answer, 26/09/11 [S]
Written Answer given in response to Jackie Baillie's (Lab) question asking the Scottish Executive for what reason the qualification level required for residential childcare workers to register with the Scottish Social Services Council differs from those for support workers in adult care homes; for what reason the qualification level required for residential childcare workers to register with the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) is set at SVQ Level 3; and for what reason the compulsory date for residential childcare workers to register with the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC) was set at 30 September 2009.

National care standards: care homes for children and young people, 16/05/11 [S]
The Scottish Government has reissued the national care standards for care homes for children and young people.

Allegations against Residential Workers: Guidance on How Agencies Should Respond, 18/03/11 [S]
The Scottish Government has published guidance on how agencies should respond to allegations against residential workers.

Audit Committee Annual Report and Legacy Paper, 17/03/11 [S]
The Scottish Parliament Public Audit Committee has published its annual report for 2010-11 and its session 3 legacy paper.