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January 2015
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SCMA supports letter opposing 'divisive' Terrorism Bill
SCMA Chief Executive Maggie Simpson has co-signed a letter from Children in Scotland opposing the 'divisive and unnecessary' Terrorism Bill.
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Food Allergens Update - for childminders registered as a food business
SCMA is pleased to announce that FSA Scotland has recognised the knowledge that childminders have and has clarified the rules surrounding food allergens.
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ARTS from the START
Our friends at Starcatchers have launched a new campaign: ARTS from the START.
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Children’s Events at the Scottish Storytelling Centre
There’s a whole lot going on at the Scottish Storytelling Centre over the next few months – plenty for all the family and your minded children.
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Zero Tolerance Webinar - you’re invited!
SCMA members are invited to participate in an upcoming free webinar training event ‘Zero Tolerance: Challenging Gender Stereotypes’.
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ASH Scotland - Children, Carers & Second-hand Smoke
ASH Scotland is offering training designed to equip workers with knowledge skills and confidence to better support parents/carers to protect their children from second-hand smoke (SHS) and provide strategies to assist them.
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Complaints Procedure Consultation
The Care Inspectorate are changing their procedures for handling complaints about registered care services and are keen want to hear your views.
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Two Great New Resources for Parents
Two new online resources have recently been launched for parents in Scotland.
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Eat Better and Feel Better in 2015
The Scottish Government’s Eat Better Feel Better campaign aims to inspire and support families make changes to how they shop, cook, eat and improve their health.
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Setting the Table: the best nutritional start in life
Setting the Table - revised nutritional guidance and food standards for early years childcare providers in Scotland has been launched by NHS Health Scotland.
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