The following information comes from our friends at Play Scotland:
State of Children’s Rights report 2017
Together’s 2017 State of Children’s Rights in Scotland report sets out promising rights-based practice taken by Scotland’s public bodies.
The report outlines good practice through a wide range of case studies across the areas of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). The report is a tool for public bodies to take forward children’s rights.
You can read and download the report here.
The Scottish Government has published a new report ‘Objectively measured physical activity levels of Scottish children: analysis from a sub-sample of 10-11 year-olds in the Growing Up in Scotland study’.
This report uses GUS data to explore the physical activity and sedentary levels in Scottish 10-11 year old children. Using two approaches, self-reported and objectively measured physical activity, the analysis examines differences in activity levels by gender and area deprivation.