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Link Up’s Relevance in a Justice context - Inspiring Scotland

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Link Up’s Relevance in a Justice context

Link Up is making a significant contribution to the delivery of Scottish Government’s Justice Strategy by:

• Addressing the psycho-social factors that can cause individual criminal activity or increase the risk of unintentional harm.
• Giving individuals the support, confidence and skills to choose alternative life-courses.
• Building social connections & community trust, making people proud of where they live & supporting them to look out for each other.
• Stimulating community-led action to increase community resilience and development.

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15.12.2020

A Practitioner’s Guide: Play in Primary Schools

  It’s a Primary School takeover!  This week’s guest blogger is Natalie Campbell, Education and Outreach manager & Forest school manager at Earthtime who shares her top tips for incorporating Play in Primary Schools! Free play at any age or stage allows for opportunities to be creative, test and develop problem solving skills, build relationships

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31.05.2023

Practitioner’s Guide Bite-sized tips: Communicating with families with inclusion in mind

This guide includes bite-sized insights on how to best communicate with families with inclusion in mind.

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26.04.2017

Economic Evaluation of Link Up 2014

In 2014, independent evaluator Matrix was commissioned to undertake a preliminary examination of the monetary value of the impact of the Link Up programme established by Inspiring Scotland. This report does not provide a full cost benefit analysis rather, it gives an indication of the potential economic value of a still-evolving programme.

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