The Scottish Government commissioned the Care Inspectorate to develop a guide to self-evaluation for community justice in Scotland. This guide sits within the Outcome, Performance and Improvement (OPI) Framework and is part of the wider approach that statutory partners, third sector and others can use in striving for continuous improvement and excellence in community justice.
A self-evaluation guide was also launched as part of the OPI Framework. Read more about A guide to self-evaluation for community justice in Scotland
Care Inspectorate guidance for providers and inspectors on supporting early language development. This document highlights some of the key aspects of early learning and childcare services provision that make a difference to children having good early language skills and sets out what we will consider when we inspect. It is for our inspectors to use as part of their inspection toolkit, but we also encourage service providers to use it to help develop their service and meet the needs of children and parents using their service. Read more about Getting Ready to Read
A short inquiry project focusing on improvement is currently being undertaken by the Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services (Iriss) in partnership with the Care Inspectorate. The inquiry will focus on understanding the key characteristics of inspection processes that lead toimprovement. This project has been designed to be short term and agile to help Iriss respond to the experience and ideas of inspectors and providers. Read more about Collaborating to Explore Risk, Innovation and Improvement