Who Cares? Scotland is delighted to announce The Student Awards Agency for Scotland as the first official sponsor of National Care Leavers’ Week Scotland 2015.
The Scottish Government wants to know what you think about returning back to care once you have left. The idea of 'return to care' could be anything from going back to your previous placement for dinner, to going back...
Scottish ministers have urged councils to do more to support children in care while they are at school, a recent Herald article reports. The call from Alasdair Allan, the Minister for Learning, comes after figures showed councils failing to provide for children who grow up with foster families or in care homes.
Ardrossan & Saltcoats Herald Donald Reid Mrs Kennedy and Mrs Shepherd, teachers from Beith Primary and pupils, once again welcomed Who Cares? Scotland to their school on Wednesday, June 24. This voluntary organisation works across Scotland with children and...
Speaking to the Herald, Who Cares? Scotland Ambassador Connor Chalmers reflected on his experiences of education, helping to highlight barriers to educational attainment for young people in care
Who Cares? Scotland is excited to be taking over the Drummond Place (EH3) Police Box to create an engaging installation to spark discussion around the lives of Scotland’s young people in and from care.
Sir Tom Hunter expresses his support for Scotland’s care experienced population after a visit to Who Cares? Scotland’s national office.
New figures released by Scottish Government show that educational attainment of looked after young people has improvement over the last three years.
On Monday 8th June, Education Secretary Angela Constance joined staff and students from Scottish universities, colleges and local authorities at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in celebrating the legacy of the Buttle UK Quality Mark.
NUS Scotland President calls for care experience to be considered within widening access initiatives