“Throughout the history of the games the host island has always chosen a mascot for their event, and Orkney will be no different” says the games director, Kirsty Talbot.
“Arriving alone can have a devastating and lasting impact on the lives of children and young people – so it is vitally important for them to be given access to the care and support they need to help them adjust to their new life here.” Natalie Don , Minister for Children and Young People in the Scottish Government
“Helping families deal with cost of living pressures is one of our key priorities and providing further funding for affordable and accessible school age childcare will help deliver that.” Humza Yousaf
Protest, the new play from Hannah Lavery (Lament for Sheku Bayoh, Drift) and directed by Northern Stage’s own Natalie Ibu (Artistic Director of Northern Stage, Road, The White Card), comes to Orkney Theatre on Thursday 18 May.
SQA exams get underway today, Monday 24th of April, for tens of thousands of young people across Scotland who will sit National 5, Higher and Advanced Highers.
Talented young people working in the food and drink industry are being encouraged to enter the fifth annual ‘Inspirational Young Person Award’.
Young people aged from 5 to 17 who excel in what they do – regardless of any diversity – are to be celebrated in a new awards programme to be launched at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh.
“The Litter Pick and Play Project empowers children and young people to improve local play spaces for their benefit and that of the whole community.” Marguerite Hunter Blair, CEO of Play Scotland
White Wood Window and Reflections by Ruby Ionides North Walls Community School. Primary School Winner 2022
Encounters is a new touring project offering free workshops to local young people and the chance to see a range of innovative performances by fellow young artists