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Service Children in State Schools Handbook for Schools

A comprehensive guide for schools supporting Service children. The handbook helps schools understand the context and how SCISS can help and details other sources of guidance and support.

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Getting it right for Forces Families

A video showing what it is like to be a service child, signposting professionals in Scotland to support and resources

University students talk about skills attributes and experiences

University students reflect on the impact of their armed forces background

Student Awards Agency Scotland guidance on Higher Education funding

Guidance on the Scottish Government's approach to establishing eligibility for HE funding for Service families

Supporting Service Children in Wales

A best practice guide from the Royal British Legion

Education Scotland Professional Learning Resource

Information, reflective questions and resources for schools and local authorities to support Service children.

Research on experiences of Service families with children with Additional Learning Needs in education in Wales

A report into the identification, assessment and support of Service children with Additional Learning Needs in Wales, June 2018

Children's Commissioner report: Kin and Country

The Children's Commissioner reports on Service children's 'Children's Voices' following interviews with primary and secondary children.

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