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.

PINS would welcome your feedback

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Schooling must be consistent with the child’s human dignity. Find out more from Juliet Harris. Go to: What’s New: PINS Talks!

It’s Children’s Mental Health Week 6-12 February!

Help spread a little kindness. It may sound simple but in the moment, small acts of kindness can make all the difference. Go to: PINS Theme: Health and Wellbeing > Mental and emotional wellbeing

#IncludED in the Main?!

ENABLE Scotland’s call to action on the educational experience of young people who have learning disabilities. Go to: PINS Theme: Critical Stance

My Family and Alcohol

Worried about alcohol in your life? A new resource with information, help and support. Go to: Resources > Families

“School should be a joyful place”

’s Parliament reflects on what children have been sharing about their experience of school and learning. Go to: PINS Theme: Curriculum

CELCIS Education conference

With a focus on improving literacy for looked after children. Go to: PINS Theme: Looked After Children

State of Child Health 2017

A wide-ranging report provides a snapshot of child health and wellbeing, with specific recommendations for Scotland. Go to: PINS Theme: GIRFEC

Improving gender balance

Fife primary school pupils challenging ideas that some school subjects and careers are ‘just for girls’ or ‘just for boys’. Go to: PINS Theme: Girls in Focus

Site updated: Sunday, February 19, 2017