Pupil Inclusion Network Scotland (PINS) is funded by the Scottish Government Learning Directorate. They have been running for 14 years and have around 1400 members, largely made up of professionals who work with the most vulnerable and marginalised learners when it comes to formal or informal learning or support for schooling. Many of their members are parents and carers with children in the education system too.

Their focus is on educational inclusion, equalities, attainment, health and wellbeing.

The network mainly operates online, holding occasional events, and their interests range from the early years through to post school learning. Members receive monthly e-updates.

PINS would like to invite parents and carers engaged with NPFS to join them. Membership is free. To learn more  and to join, visit their website by clicking here.