Category Archives: The 101 Project
Busy bees sessions every Tuesday in Dundee.
Scottish Government Cabinet Secretaries recently visited OPFS Dundee Family Support Services to launch a public consultation on the new Child Poverty Bill.
Dundee City Council are asking for opinions from parents/carers in Dundee, with a child under 5, on how best to access early learning and childcare entitlements.
Our thanks and congratulations go out to five single parents from Dundee who volunteered to be pilot participants on our blended learning programme.
Sarah-Louise Davies, Participation and Engagement Officer for the Children & Young People’s Commissioner Scotland, visited the 101 Project as part of an ongoing consultation with parents in relation to children’s rights.
We’ve got a new Family Support Hub based at our offices in Whitfield, Dundee. It provides new activities for single parents and single kinship carers throughout the week, with a Friday morning ‘Focus on Work’ session, run in partnership with the local Jobcentre Plus.
Building on their successful completion of our Peer Mentoring course, five single parents from Dundee have becoming certified first aiders and are now in the process of volunteering with us.
The summary of findings of 101 project’s parent focus group into the additional 2 year olds childcare provision.
A look at the 101 Project, which celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.
On 19 June, the 101 Project in Dundee was honoured to be visited by the inspirational Leymah Gbowee.