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The Quaker Meeting House

7 Victoria Terrace

Edinburgh

EH1 2JL

United Kingdom

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This PINS and NHS Health Scotland event brings event brings together several linked interests for PINS members – Exclusion, Bullying and Adverse Childhood Experiences – discussion of these themes will focus on their impact on learning.

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Early booking advised to avoid disappointment!

The agenda will include:


  • Reflecting on what Included, Engaged and Involved part 2 (IEI2), the national guidance on managing school exclusions, means for our work with children and young people.
  • Launch of the PINS produced Parent and Carer information leaflets on IEI2.
  • Exploring the new national guidance on bullying: Respect for All.
  • A focus on the importance of Adverse Childhood Experiences and their impact on learning.
  • An introduction to the new Enquire online additional support service for children, families and professionals.
  • Screening of the film Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope.


Chaired by Cathy McCulloch OBE, Co-Director Children’s Parliament, and our speakers include:

  • Dr Adam Burley, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, NHS Lothian
  • Katy Hetherington, Organisational Lead, Child and Adolescent Public Health, NHS Health Scotland
  • Katie Rafferty, Director, respectme
  • Catriona Thomson, Enquire

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The Quaker Meeting House

7 Victoria Terrace

Edinburgh

EH1 2JL

United Kingdom

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