Last month, the Tayside Area Support Team held a training event which was attended by around 60 Panel and Area Support Team members.
We have an exciting opportunity for an enthusiastic and committed individual with a relevant degree and professional experience of the operation of support services for children and the children’s hearing system, to help support our Panel members develop and improve their practice. Applying your expert professional knowledge, you will play an integral part in supporting fair and child centred children’s hearings. You will provide accurate advice and prepare briefings and guidance on the law and good hearings practice for our volunteer panel members.
"I came away form the Forum realising what a great team the CHS family is."
Around 120 people attended the Civic Reception in Glasgow on 20 September 2018.
We have published a Practice Note on 'P1229/17 Petition of ABC v Principal Reporter and Others  CSOH 81'
It's Volunteers' Week (as if you didn't already know!) and throughout the week we have been marking the AMAZING contribution our volunteers make to the Children's Hearings System.
Thank you to our committed volunteers for making a difference in the lives of children and young people across Scotland.
Thank you to everyone who has been getting behind our amazing volunteers.
A HUGE thank you to our amazing volunteers for their dedication and commitment to supporting children and young people across Scotland.
A BIG thank you from Children's Hearings Scotland.
It's day two of Volunteers' Week and every day this week we are marking the AMAZING contribution our volunteers make to the Children's Hearings System.
This Volunteers' Week we are celebrating the HUGE contribution our volunteers make to the Children's Hearings System - it quite literally wouldn't function without them.
The CHS community is getting behind the movement with pledges of support from our National Convener Boyd McAdam, and Deputy Chief Executive Elliot Jackson.
CHS Board member Beth-Anne Logan was nominated, and last night won, the award for ‘Youth Participation’ which was sponsored by the Scottish Government.
Today, the Scottish Government has announced that the age of criminal responsibility is set to rise from eight to 12, under legislation introduced to the Scottish Parliament.
The Scottish Children's Reporter Administration (SCRA) had recently revamped it's ‘Your Rights’ flyer which is aimed at children and young people.
Children's Hearings Scotland's National Convener has made a number of new appointments within Area Support Teams (ASTs) across Scotland over the course of the last month.