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Early Years Taskforce, 18/03/14 [S]
Four new members have been appointed to Scotland’s Early Years Taskforce.

Children and Young People (Scotland) Bill as amended at Stage 2, 05/02/14 [S]
Scottish Parliament Information Centre Briefing on the Children and Young People (Scotland) Bill as amended at Stage 2.

The impact of health inequalities in the early years to be investigated by the Health Committee, 20/01/14 [S]
An inquiry that will investigate the impact of health inequalities in the early years has been launched by the Health and Sport Committee.

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.

Childcare transformation can ‘mobilise’ Scotland’s talent, 12/01/14 [S]
A new economic analysis from the Scottish Government shows improving access to affordable early learning and childcare has the potential to substantially boost the labour market in Scotland by reducing a key barrier to participation faced by some parents with young children.

Free school meals and expansion of childcare, 07/01/14 [S]
Families and young people across Scotland will benefit from millions of pounds of additional support after First Minister Alex Salmond announced a significant expansion of free school meals and childcare provision.

Annual Report of the Chief Medical Officer 2012 - Population Health and Improvement Science, 31/12/13 [S]
Scotland's Chief Medical Officer has published his annual report for 2012 which focuses on Population Health and Improvement Science.

Evaluation of the Family Nurse Partnership Programme in NHS Lothian, Scotland: 4th Report - Toddlerhood, 09/10/13 [S]
The Scottish Government has published the key findings from the fourth of four evaluation reports on the individual phases of the Family Nurse Partnership programme implemented in NHS Lothian, Scotland. The evaluation focuses on learning from the delivery of the programme during the toddlerhood phase of the programme (the period when client’s children are 12 to 24 months old).

Early Childhood education and care provision: international review of policy, delivery and funding, 29/06/13 [S]
The Scottish Government has published an overview of the current situation regarding early childhood education and care provision in Scotland, England, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Slovenia, France and the Netherlands.

The future of childcare, 29/06/13 [S]
Extended parental leave is among a number of options being considered for an independent Scotland.