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The latest statistics released relating to children and young people, their families and those who work with or for them in Scotland. For past statistics visit the directory or use the search facility.


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Poverty and Income Inequality in Scotland: 2013/14, 25/06/15 [S]
The latest National Statistics on poverty and income inequality in Scotland, up to and including 2013/14.

Poverty in Scotland, 25/06/15 [S]
A booklet setting out poverty statistics from 2013/14, alongside stories from people with experience of living in poverty. This is a joint publication between the Scottish Government and the Poverty Truth Commission.

Education Outcomes for Scotland's Looked After Children 2013/14, 17/06/15 [S]
This publication details the attainment and post-school destinations for any looked after children who could be linked to the relevant datasets.

Summary statistics for attainment, leaver destinations and healthy living, No. 5: 2015 Edition, 17/06/15 [S]
This publication presents post review attainment for 2013/14 school leavers, initial and follow up school leaver destinations for 2013/14, and information on the healthy living survey taken in February 2015.

Social Security for Scotland: Benefits being devolved to the Scottish Parliament, 16/06/15 [S]
A document providing an initial examination of the benefits which are set to be devolved to Scotland under the Smith Commission recommendations.

Scottish Welfare Fund Statistics, 28/04/15 [S]
The number of applications to councils for welfare assistance rose by 13 per cent in the last year, according to new statistics.

Homelessness Applications Fall, 13/01/15 [S]
Scottish Local Authorities received around 9,100 applications for homelessness assistance during July to September 2014, 3 per cent lower than in the same period in 2013.

Children's Names, Statistics, 18/12/14 [S]
Jack and Emily were the most popular first forenames for babies whose births were registered in 2014, National Records of Scotland (NRS) announced today. Jack was the top boys’ name for a seventh consecutive year, and Emily rose from third to replace Sophie as the most popular girls’ name.

Schools in Scotland Statistics, 10/12/14 [S]
There has been an increase in total pupils, and a slight decrease in teacher numbers, leading to an increase in the pupil teacher ratio.

Annual School Statistics 10/12/14 [S]
Rise in primary teachers welcomed but pupil teacher ratio “disappointing”