Download resources and reports from Starcatchers as well as relevant information from external agencies.

 

Making My Mark

 Description

Download

#MakingMyMark INFORMATION RESOURCE

How arts and creative experiences can help babies and young children develop a sense of agency and learn about their rights.DOWNLOAD

CONSULTATION RESPONSE

Starcatchers’ response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on incorporating the UNCRC into Scots law and embedding children’s rights in public services.DOWNLOAD

Making My Mark CREATIVE SKILLS RESOURCE

The role of arts and creative experiences within an early years rights context.DOWNLOAD

 

Starcatchers Reports

Description

Download

CREATIVE KIN REPORT

An independent evaluation of Creative Kin, a two-year pilot providing creative respite for kinship children and their carers, delivered in partnership with Children 1st. Evaluation by Matter of Focus.DOWNLOAD

SEE THEATRE: PLAY THEATRE RESEARCH REPORT

The See Theatre: Play Theatre research report was written by Dr Susan Young and Dr Niki Powers following their action research study on the Starcatchers pilot project at North Edinburgh Arts Centre in 2008.DOWNLOAD

LIVE ART – ARTS ALIVE RESEARCH REPORT

This is the summary report from the Starcatchers Inspire Project carried out by Professor (Emeritus) Aline-Wendy Dunlop and a team from the University of Strathclyde.DOWNLOAD

CREATIVE SKILLS PILOT PROGRAMME 2013/15

Independent evaluation of the Creative Skills pilot programme by Really Useful Knowledge, the programme ran between 2013 – 2015 and was funded by Creative Scotland and the Scottish GovernmentDOWNLOAD

CREATIVE SKILLS PROGRAMME – REPORT 2015/16

Evaluation Report for the 2015/16 Creative Skills programme. Following on from the success of the pilot programme in 2013-15, the Scottish Government funded Starcatchers to continue to deliver and develop this innovative programme in 2015-16 to 10 Local Authorities.DOWNLOAD

CREATIVE SKILLS PROGRAMME – REPORT 2018/19

Evaluation Report for the 2018/19 Creative Skills programme. This report gives an overview of the work Creative Skills did across 5 local authority areas, their SQA qualification and their work with 2 colleges.DOWNLOAD

THE PLAYGROUND REPORT

Report on Starcatchers year long residency pilot programme, The Playground. Conducted by Starcatchers and with the support of Dr Sarah Morton, Centre for Research on Families and RelationshipsDOWNLOAD

EXPECTING SOMETHING REPORT 2014

Expecting Something was a community engagement project working with young parents in Wester Hailes, Edinburgh in partnership with the FNP (Family Nurse Partnership). The pilot project took place of 9 months and engaged the young adults in creative activities aimed to increase confidence and bonding with their babies.DOWNLOAD

TALKING TALES & MOVING MATTERS EVALUATION 2016

An evaluation of the Talking Tales and Moving Matters Residency projects carried out by Clara Blaisdell and Sarah Morton from the Centre for Research on Families and RelationshipsDOWNLOAD

STARCATCHERS ANNUAL REPORT 2015/2016

Starcatchers annual report looking at activity and achievements that took place in 2015/2016DOWNLOAD

STARCATCHERS FINANCIAL REPORT 2016/17

Starcatchers financial report on activity that took place in 2016/17DOWNLOAD

STARCATCHERS FINANCIAL REPORT 2017/18

Starcatchers financial report on activity that took place in 2017/18DOWNLOAD

STARCATCHERS ANNUAL REPORT 2017/2018

Starcatchers annual report looking at activity and achievements that took place in 2017/2018DOWNLOAD

External Agency Links

 Description

Download

THE CULTURAL LEARNING ALLIANCE

Key Research Findings: The Case for Cultural LearningVISIT SITE

UNICEF

Summary: UN Convention Rights of a ChildDOWNLOAD

UNICEF

Communicating with ChildrenVISIT SITE

UNCRC

The rights of the child: training toolDOWNLOAD

CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S COMMISSIONER SCOTLAND

Your rights: resources for babies, early years and childrenVISIT SITE

SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT

GIRFEC ResourcesVISIT SITE

SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT

SHANARRI ResourcesVISIT SITE

SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT

Play Strategy for ScotlandDOWNLOAD

SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT

Building the AmbitionDOWNLOAD

SCOTTISH GOVERNMENT

The Early Years FrameworkDOWNLOAD

EDUCATION SCOTLAND

Creativity Across Learning 3-18VISIT SITE

LEARNING AND TEACHING SCOTLAND

Pre-Birth to Three: Positive Outcomes for Scotland’s Children and FamiliesDOWNLOAD

CARE INSPECTORATE

Our Creative JourneyDOWNLOAD

CREATIVE SCOTLAND

What is Creativity?DOWNLOAD

CURRICULUM FOR EXCELLENCE

Curriculum for Excellence: Expressive ArtsDOWNLOAD