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.

Screening of Resilience for PINS members

NHS Health Scotland invites PINS members to a screening of the film. With a presentation by Dr Adam Burley on ACEs and Learning on Wednesday 6th June, Edinburgh.
Go to PINS Theme: Adverse Childhood Experiences

A new Relationship, Sexual Health and Parenthood curriculum for Scotland

Be part of a curriculum design network for this new resource.
Go to PINS Theme: Curriculum

Children missing from Education

Resources from the specialist Scottish Government team for local authorities and schools.
Go to PINS Theme: GIRFEC

National Numeracy Day 2018 16th May

Celebrating the importance of numbers in everyday life.
Go to PINS Theme: Curriculum

My Rights My Say

Enquire reports on a service dedicated to making sure children with ASN know and understand their rights.
Go to Resources > Young people's voices

College Expo18

A celebration of colleges and their partners with cutting-edge discussion.
Go to What’s New: Events and training > June

Supporting Children and Young People with Healthcare Needs in Schools

A guidance document for NHS Boards, education authorities and schools
Go to PINS Theme: GIRFEC

Scottish Institute for Residential Child Care Conference

The quality of relationships with adults is what matters to children in residential care setting.
Go to What’s New: Events and training > June

National action plan to tackle child sexual exploitation

Scotland's vision is of a place where sexual exploitation of children and young people is eliminated.
Go to PINS Theme: GIRFEC

Annual report on Corporate Parenting Plan

The first annual report for young people on the achievements of the Corporate Parenting Plan.

Go to PINS Theme: Looked after children and young people

 

Site updated: Thursday, April 19, 2018