Police Scotland has launched a public information campaign on Online Child Abuse which aims to identify and deter perpetrators who pose a risk to children. The campaign will target perpetrators of online child abuse, signposting them to relevant support pathways in order to prevent offending. It also aims to encourage the reporting of such offending by children and young people. The campaign toolkit for use by colleges is below:

pdf Online Child Sexual Abuse Campaign Toolkit 2018 (675 KB)

We welcome the review of Student Support in Scotland, and are proud to have contributed to the work of the review over the past year. View our comment at https://collegesscotland.ac.uk/news/media-releases/1141-comment-on-the-student-support-review-report-20-november-2017
The Green Gown Awards organised by Environmental Association for Universities and Colleges (EAUC) took place on Wednesday 15 November 2017 at The Monastery, Manchester. Congratulations to the following winners and highly commended:
  • Employability (Small Institution) - Winner - Perth College UHI
  • Best Newcomer - Winner - Borders College
  • Student Engagement (Large Institution) - Winner - Ayrshire College
  • Community - Highly Commended - Ayrshire College
  • Leadership Award (Small Institution) - Winner - Angus Allan, South Lanarkshire College

View the Agenda Article for The Herald by Shona Struthers, Chief Executive, Colleges Scotland.

pdf Agenda Article for The Herald - 13 November 2017 (127 KB)