Welcome to PINS

The Pupil Inclusion Network is Scotland’s largest network supporting the voluntary sector and partners in work with learners who are vulnerable or excluded.

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The blog is a space for critical thinking about what matters to practitioners working for inclusion - with recent contributions on whether we are really doing enough for children with additional support needs.


Manifesto commitment to child rights ahead of General Election

UK political parties have launched their manifestos with some commitments to children's rights.
Go to PINS theme: Critical Stance

5 Rights Youth commission

Young people present evidence to the Scottish Parliament on digital rights.
Go to PINS theme: Digital Lives

Children and the Global Goals for Sustainable Development

As the US withdraws from the Paris Climate Change Deal, UNICEF has mapped the UNCRC and the worlds Sustainable Development Goals.
Go to PINS theme: GIRFEC

Upstart's AGM Perth, Sunday 25th June

Hear Dr Suzanne Zeedyk and the real David Cameron speak about the importance of play-based education and care for the under-sevens.
Go to What’s new: Events and Training > June

Ahead of GE2017 calls for action for children and families

Children in Scotland has identify action that will have a positive impact on the lives of children.
Go to PINS theme: Critical Stance

Infographics on Teenage Lifestyle Trends from SALSUS

From talking about concerns to key leisure activities to feeling pressure.
Go to PINS theme: Health and Wellbeing > General support and resources for practice

CELCIS REACH online magazine for Spring 2017

The latest Reach magazine puts a focus on education and the attainment of vulnerable children.
Go to PINS theme: Looked After Children

Mental wellbeing findings from SALSUS 2015

Amongst lots of interesting data 15-year-old girls were considerably more likely than any other sub-group to have a borderline or abnormal emotional problems score.
Go to PINS theme: Health and Wellbeing > Mental and emotional wellbeing

Site updated: Saturday, June 3, 2017