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intandem External Evaluation – Blake Stevenson report

Inspiring Scotland commissioned Blake Stevenson to undertake an external evaluation of Phase 1 of the intandem programme, Scotland’s first national mentoring programme for children and young people who are looked after at home, from August 2017 to March 2019. This report details the key findings of that evaluation, looking at the benefits for mentees, mentors and the families of mentees, as well as recommendations for the future of intandem.

The executive summary of the report can also be read here.

08.01.2021

Fun in the Snow

  Part of Thrive Outdoors downloadable series of resources developed to support outdoor play. Snow Activities  Looking for something fun and outdoors to do with the kids this weekend? A chance to get outdoors and have some fun with these easy and simple snow themed activities.

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19.04.2021

Covid-19 Risk assessment guide

Developed for Inspiring Scotland by Bruce Stevenson Insurance Brokers, this guide to risk assessment is designed to support charities to gain an understanding of exposure across a spectrum of risk management topics related to COVID-19 – and to ensure these issues are recognised and managed in line with regulatory requirements and government guidance.

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28.04.2017

14:19 Fund Report 2012

The 14:19 Fund has an impressive track record from a standing start in January 2009, with almost 9,000 young people supported into positive destinations of employment, education or training to December 2012. Inspiring Scotland’s 14:19 Fund delivered yet another strong performance in 2012. It has achieved greater social impact year on year since its launch in

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