Child Protection

  • ‘Our Journey’: Exploring the interface between service responses to the needs of LGBT young people and Child Protection Policy and Practice.  (2007) For LGBT Youth Scotland and funded by Scottish Government. The research explored the ways in which professionals take into consideration, or respond to, knowledge of a young person’s identified, or emerging, or perceived homosexuality, bisexuality or transgender identity; the ways in which child protection policy or practice can play a part are discussed. Download pdf report available HERE
  • An evaluation of Feel Think Do Sexual Abuse Prevention Programme (2009) for NHS Forth Valley. Feel Think Do is a sexual abuse prevention programme for P6 pupils. It is designed to be delivered over 8 sessions and uses a DVD of dramatised scenarios. Children can also work on their own learning logs. The evaluation worked with children, parents and teachers and explored aims and learning intentions, resulting in recommendations for future development and delivery. A full report, summary report and a report for parents and children are available HERE