This Report/Planning and Delivery Partners
This is a report on the delivery of the pilot which sought to adapt the SNAP model to support Edinburgh Children's Partnership to work with children and young people in a process that would engage them as partners in Children's Services Planning. The detailed appendices to the report also record what children, young people and adult duty-bearers recorded as they considered children and young people's lives and the services they receive - it is this detail that will continue to inform planning for children and young people alongside consideration of the model of engagement itself.
Planning and Delivery Partners
A small planning group consisted of representatives from City of Edinburgh Council (Schools and Lifelong Learning; Strategy and Insight Division) which included staff who support Young Edinburgh Action  , NHS Lothian, Edinburgh Voluntary Organisations Council  ( EVOC) and Children's Parliament  . This group met regularly to plan and review each session.
The group was joined at key points by representatives from the Children and Young People's Commissioner Scotland  and the programme funder Scottish Government (Children's Rights and Participation Team, Children and Families).