An independent evaluation of the Realigning Children’s Services (RCS) programme has been published. The evaluation considered the impact and effectiveness of the programme’s delivery within the first five Community Planning Partnerships (CPPs) who took part in the programme: Clackmannanshire, South Lanarkshire and West Lothian (2015/2016) and Falkirk and North Lanarkshire (2016/2017). The evaluation found that … Continued
The Realigning Children’s Services Programme is delighted to announce that they will be undertaking a new tranche of work beginning in Spring this year. Our confirmed Community Planning Partners are: Dumfries and Galloway Moray South Ayrshire
Harriet Waugh, an analyst in the Realigning Children’s Services team, recently attended an International Population Data Linkage Conference. Here Harriet tells us more about her experience. At the end of August I went to the International Population Data Linkage Conference down in Wales. It was a diverse conference with over 450 professionals from over 20 countries attending, … Continued
RCS is keen to highlight some of excellent work or partners are already undertaking in children’s services and keep aware of current best practices. Health Spot is a case study in Clackmannanshire , open to all secondary school children, to improve their health and well-being. Health Spot lunchtime sessions provide a confidential and informal health information … Continued
The Realigning Children’s Services Programme is delighted to announce that Falkirk and North Lanarkshire Community Planning Partnerships (CPPs) are the latest CPPs to sign up to the RCS Programme. This will be the second tranche of work for the RCS programme and work is already underway in procuring services for the surveys of parents, primary and … Continued
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Realigning Children’s services has announced that three Community Planning Partnerships in Scotland will take part in the 2015-16 programme. They are Clackmannanshire, South Lanarkshire and West Lothian.
The RCS team are delighted to announce the involvement of two subject-matter experts on Children’s Services Commissioning and Implementation Science in the Development Programme events to be run within the CPP areas. More details to follow soon.
Completion of the survey by S1-S4 pupils in schools within the three Community Planning Partnerships working with RCS is due to commence imminently. Preparatory work has been completed and schools are ready to go.