This document sets out how the Funding Follows the Child approach will operate, in particular how settings will meet the National Standard criteria and what the role of local authorities will be in implementing the approach from August 2020. It also includes clarification on some of the details underpinning the approach.
This document sets out the Funding Follows the Child approach, and the National Standard which will underpin it and which all providers wishing to deliver the funded entitlement will have to meet from 2020. It also details the next steps we will take to support the transition to implementing the approach by August 2020.
The Scottish Government’s first national strategy
to tackle social isolation and loneliness
and build stronger social connections
The Inspectorate of Prosecution in Scotland's Annual Report 2017-18
Report of the review of the arrangements for investigating the deaths of patients being treated for mental disorder (section 37, Mental Health (Scotland) Act 2015).
The EQIA is an important part of the policy development of the National Action Plan on Neurological Conditions. It assists the Scottish Government to look at how its policies impact on people (positive and negative) and enables it to comply with its public sector equality duty set out in the UK Government's Equality Act 2010.
This is the Scottish Government's consultation on Prisoner Voting. It sets out the Scottish Government's proposal for ensuring compliance with the European Convention on Human Rights on the matter of prisoners voting.
The Public Records (Scotland) Act 2011 (the Act) has been in operation for 5 years. The Keeper of the Records of Scotland (the Keeper) considers it is therefore time to review the Model Records Management Plan (Model Plan) published to help public authorities comply with the Act.
This paper summarises evidence on the link between infrastructure investment and economic growth. It also illustrates the potential economic benefit from the Scottish Government’s National Infrastructure Mission to increase annual investment in infrastructure by £1.56 billion by the end of the next Parliament.
NHS Tayside Assurance and Advisory Group Third Progress Report by Sir Lewis Ritchie and Caroline Lamb
This document outlines the energy efficiency of Scotland's non-domestic buildings with projections based on energy performance certificate data.
Estimate of the consumption-based carbon emissions associated with planned budget expenditure.
An Equality and Fairer Scotland assessment of proposed spending plans by ministerial portfolios to accompany the Scottish Budget for 2019 to 2020.
Equality Impact Assessment of the 2019-20 Public Sector Pay Policy
The Scottish Government's proposed spending and tax plans for 2019-20
Guidance for local authorities, schools, early learning and childcare settings, and other stakeholders to help support children and young people and their families to engage in education, before, during and after school years, so that they have improved educational outcomes which positively impact on their future lives
Final estimates for area, yield and production for barley, wheat, oats and oilseed, from the 2018 harvest in Scotland.
Scotland's Carbon Footprint refers to estimates of Scotland's greenhouse gas emissions on a consumption basis. This refers to emissions which are associated with the spending of Scottish residents on goods and services together with emissions directly generated by Scottish households, through private heating and motoring.
The Scottish Government Public Sector Pay Policy for 2019 to 2020 for devolved public bodies
Through the new National Performance Framework,
the Scottish Government has set out how we intend
to create a Scotland that supports all its people
to flourish, and to collectively share in its success.
Critical to achieving this is a thriving economy that
is driven by inclusive growth