We’re so proud to announce that our Scottish Children’s Health Week and Awards has been shortlisted for a 2020 Drum Award. Events and experiences have looked very different this year and The Drum Experience Awards 2020 celebrate those in the industry who have clearly demonstrated innovative, creative and most importantly, effective events.
News and Events
This week Children’s Health Scotland are very grateful to be a part of the Co-op Payout Celebration, as we receive a HUGE donation of £1508.58 from the Co-op Local Community Fund.
Children’s Health Scotland is keen to hear from people working in all roles within primary and secondary schools, including support staff, teaching and management, regarding the design and development of a Professional Learning Resource in Mental Health and Wellbeing.
Children and young people will continue to be able to access subsidised milk in schools in Scotland, despite a funding gap caused by Brexit.
This week (2nd – 6th November) was both International Stress Awareness Week and Youth Work Week 2020. Stress is a topic we spend a lot of time discussing in our online Self Management Programme, SMS:CONNECT, for children and young people living with long-term health conditions in Scotland.
Last week we were so pleased to announce that environmental advocate and children’s television presenter Rory Crawford is now a Children’s Health Scotland Ambassador! To celebrate this Halloween weekend, Rory read a wonderful rendition of ‘Trixie the Witch’s Cat’ by Nick Butterworth for all of our followers on social media.
We are delighted to announce that Rory Crawford is joining Children’s Health Scotland as a charity Ambassador! Rory has been a big part of CHS for a while and we are huge fans of the wonderful renditions of children’s stories that he reads for us.
We have been very busy recently working with The Big Brave to produce colourful illustrations to help explain what to expect if you are visiting hospital.
For World Mental Health Day 2020 we were joined by Shaun from our SMS:CONNECT Programme and talked to him about how mental health plays a role in his life.
The 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Children’s Health Scotland will be held via ZOOM on Saturday 17 October 2020 at 11.00 am.