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Children’s Rights 10 minute training - download this excellent Scottish Government resource from the Childs Rights and Wellbeing Impact Assessment. A great and essential tool for everyone who works and comes in to contact with children
European Toy Libraries Group - click on the title find out more about the European Toy Libraries Group, who forms part of it and the work they do. The group welcomes representatives at their annual meeting from across Europe.
International Toy Library Association – Click on the title to find out more about the International Toy Library Association (ITLA) from their website. ITLA connect toy libraries across the world and hold a conference every three years to bring likeminded groups together.
SCVO Funding Scotland - click on the title to be taken to the SCVO Funding Scotland website. This website provides a free online search engine to find funding for your charity, community group or social enterprise.
Morton Michel Insurance for Toy Libraries – click on the title to find out more information about specialist toy library insurance through Morton Michel. As a Smart Play Network member, they will find you the best possible deal bespoke for your group.
Video on a Child’s Right to Play! - Enjoy IPA’s video about Article 31 and a child’s right to play. It was created for the launch of the General Comment on Article 31 that took place in Geneva, Switzerland in September 2013. The video is available in different languages. (Music: “On Top of the World” by IMAGINE DRAGONS. Used with permission.) Click here to view the video.
Bookbug - is Scottish Book Trust’s Early Years programme, encouraging parents and children to read together from birth. The Bookbug programme provides free packs of books to every child in Scotland. It also involves a range of fun, free activities such as Bookbug Sessions. Click here to find out more!
Schoolzone - said to be one of the biggest and most used web sites in the UK. It has up to 600,000 users month and can reach teachers, parents, students, businesses and schools/LEAS. Click here to view Schoolzone