Early Years and Early Intervention Framework - Case study: Hailesland Child and Family Centre, City of Edinburgh
Early Years and Early Intervention Framework - Case study: Sighthill Child and Family Centre
Early Years and Early Intervention Framework - Case Study: Kincardine Nursery School, Glasgow City Council
arly Years and Early Intervention Framework - Case Study: Shortlees Nursery Class and Family Centre, East Ayrshire Council
Early Years and Early Intervention Framework - Case study: Whitdale West Lothian
hmie briefing - early years and early intervention
Early Years and Early Intervention Framework - Key Themes - Examples of best practice to May 2008
evidence briefing - early years and early intervention
Family Learning within the Early Years Framework - HMIe
A response from the Scottish Government to an independent review of the UK Postal Services market
Provides advice on the role of the planning system in protecting and enhancing existing open spaces and providing high quality new spaces.
A publication arising from Recommendation 4 of 'Promoting Excellence', the Ministerial response to the Review of Scotland's Colleges' 'Staffing Learners & Learning Environments' Group Report.
Analysis of consultation responses.
Efficiency Delivery Plans - May 2008, for the 2008-11 Efficiency Programme.
This report is the result of a thematic inspection by HMICS into the quality of feedback to users of Scottish police services.
Lending Options for Local Authorities
This part of the research aimed to provide an overview of strategic approaches to
parenting support at local level, looking at strategic development within Community
Health Partnerships and Local Authorities, based on interviews with key personnel in the
sampled area and an analysis of parenting strategies where available.
Scottish Government consultation on the specification for a national uniform for
Hard copies of this document are available on request from the contact details contained in this publication.
The Scottish Government published a consultation in November 2007 on Ministers’ proposed charging principles for the forthcoming regulatory period 2010-14, responses to which are the subject of this analysis.