Scottish Children’s Health Week (SCHW) has been created to focus on the health and wellbeing of children and young people and their right to the best possible health. This year is no different! SCHW 2023 will be taking place on 4 – 10 September and we have a full week of activities planned so SAVE […]
Scottish Children's Health Week
To read the Summer 2023 Magazine, CLICK HERE. The Summer 2023 edition of the Children’s Health Scotland magazine is now available to view online. So, get comfy and enjoy!
The newest edition of the CHS magazine is now available to view online. The Autumn magazine is packed full of great stories, such as celebrating the success of Scottish Children’s Health Week and Awards 2021 and the impact of SMS:CONNECT.
For #BEKIND Saturday of Scottish Children’s Health Week 2021, we want to emphasise how everyone can be kind to themselves as well as others.
For #BECALM Wednesday of Scottish Children’s Health Week 2021, Michelle Wilson, Children’s Health Scotland’s Area Officer for Tayside, is reading a three minute butterfly body scan exercise that can be enjoyed by everyone. Thank you to RelaxKids who are our partners for #BECALM Wednesday and have created a morning breathing exercise to start your day […]
Today we are pleased to announce that the Hospital Paediatrics and Neonatal Rights of the Child Group at Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS as the winner of the Healthcare Rights Award. Their story is captured below by journalist and TV Presenter Catriona Shearer.
Are you ready to join in the fun and embrace #feelinghopeful for Children’s Health Scotland’s biggest week of the year: Scottish Children’s Health Week (SCHW)? The week has been created to focus on the health and wellbeing of children and young people and their right to the best possible health and it will take place […]
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.
They say laughter is the best medicine and Hearts and Minds’ Clowndoctors and Elderflowers are dispensing it generously. These professional creative artists are helping bring joy and laughter to children in hospital, hospice care and Special Educational Need Schools – and to adults living with dementia in residential care across Scotland. They are worthy winners […]
Next week we will be celebrating the first ever Scottish Children’s Health Week – a whole week dedicated to focusing on the health and wellbeing of children and young people and their right to the best possible health.