April 2022 The Civic Participation and Public Partitions Committee at the Scottish Parliament asked us to comment on this petition. This is our response. Thank you for inviting us to
July 2020. Physical health. Appendix 1 of this Independent CRIA is a children’s rights impact assessment on the effect of coronavirus laws and policies on the physical health of children and young people.
Learning drawn from discussion on the subject of school toilets with over 900 participating primary school pupils at a national GLOW event.
A report containing the findings of an Ipsos MORI survey of secondary school pupils in Scotland carried out for the Commissioner.
The key aim of this study was to find out the views of parents and carers of children and young people who need medication at school.
It looks in particular on the impact current practice has on school and family life.
This report looks at the range of issues parents of children and young people with a disability or long-term health condition raised when discussing their child’s experiences of school toilets.
Former Commissioner Tam Baillie’s submission to the UN Committee on the Rights of the Child’s 2016 Day of General Discussion on Children’s Rights and the Environment.
Previous Commissioner Tam Baillie responds to the consultation on new standards in health and social care.
Former Commissioner Tam Baillie responds to a consultation around guidance for schools around the healthcare needs of pupils.
The Commissioner responds to proposed amendments to these requirements.