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Development Trust reviews

‚ÄčEducation Scotland, in partnership with Development Trust Association Scotland (DTAS), undertook three reviews of Development Trusts in early 2016. Development Trusts are community owned and led organisations that deliver services to local communities across Scotland. There are over 400 Development Trusts in existence.

Three Development Trusts volunteered to be part of a review process with HM Inspectors, Inverclyde, Huntly and Mull and Iona. Each organisation produced a self-evaluation and engaged in dialogue with HM Inspectors. In each of the reviews, inspection teams visited a wide range of provision. At the end of the review week, HM Inspectors reported the findings to those involved.

PDF file: Huntly and District Development Trust Review 31/05/16 (271 KB)

PDF file: Inverclyde Community Development Trust Review 31/05/16 (327 KB)

PDF file: Mull and Iona Community Development Trust Review 31/05/16 (273 KB)

Following positive feedback on the shared benefits of undertaking these reviews, a further three Development Trusts have volunteered to participate. They are Auchinleck, Healthy n Happy and Cranhill.

PDF file: Auchinleck Community Development Initiative Review - 15/11/16 (265 KB)

PDF file: Healthy n Happy Community Development Trust Review 20/12/16 (270 KB)

PDF file:Cranhill Development Trust review 31/01/17 265 KB)

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