National Parent Forum Scotland (NPFS)

 NPFS are hosting their second National Conference on Saturday 1st October 2011.

This week, in the lead up to the conference they are having an online conference in partnership with Scottish Goverment which can be accessed by all parents/carers.

The online conference can be accessed through the following link;-

HMIe Report – Ross High School

You will probably be aware that Ross High School was recently inspected by HMIe (Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Education).

The report shows the Particular strengths of the school to be ;-

  • The enthusiastic involvement of all staff in taking forward improvements to support the learning of all young people
  • The range of approaches to support and help young people achieve
  • Partnership working, including partnerships to support young people with additional support needs 
  •  The report is now available and can be viewed in full in PDF format by clicking here

Keeping Children Safe

Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme

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Keeping Children Safe has now been put into practice in Lothian and Borders and Strathclyde Police Force areas, after successful roll-out in all other regions of Scotland. The scheme means that parents, carers and guardians of children under 18 can ask the police if a person who has contact with that child has a record for sexual offences against children, or other offences that might put their child at risk. If it’s found the person in question does pose a risk of causing harm to the child concerned, information may be given to the parent, carer or guardian as a protective measure. If there is serious or immediate risk, measures to protect that child will be taken immediately. However, if you think a child is in immediate danger, phone 999 and tell the police.

How Keeping Children Safe works

Frequently Asked Questions