CNS: EARLY INSIGHTS INTO THE COVID-19 RESPONSE – 24 APRIL 2020

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In collaboration with the Network for Social and Educational Equity and Policy Scotland, Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland is undertaking a programme of research and intelligence gathering in high poverty settings across Scotland to understand how local responses are working in the current rapidly changing context, and provide insights that can support the next phase of COVID-19 action at both local and national levels. 

The downloadable pdf document below is the first of a series that will share regular insights emerging from the research. 

This briefing brings together some common messages emerging at the local level. One recurring theme in discussions across different areas has been the challenge of consistently identifying vulnerable children, young people and their families across different services and organisations. 

In areas where there are high levels of poverty and disadvantage the local level responses from the voluntary and community sector to COVID-19 vary in coherence and speed of response. Where there is already a high level of community connectedness, existing infrastructure and collaborative structures it has been easier to mobilise support for vulnerable children, young people and their families.

CNS: Early insights into the COVID-19 response – 24 April 2020 (pdf)  

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To cite this briefing: Children’s Neighbourhoods Scotland, Early insights into the COVID-19 response – 24 April 2020, Policy Scotland, 27 April 2020, https://policyscotland.gla.ac.uk/cns-early-insights-into-the-covid-19-response-24-april-2020

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The Network for Social and Educational Equity (NSEE) is part of the Robert Owen Centre for Educational Change (ROC) at the University of Glasgow.

It works in collaboration with schools, local authorities, Education Scotland and partner services to tackle the poverty-related attainment gap in young people’s education.

NSEE helps schools to use appropriate evidence and data within collaborative working approaches to critically examine context and current arrangements, make changes based on evidence, monitor the impact of these changes and reflect on what they learn.

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