Freedom of Information

Guide to Information

Freedom of information (FOI) law requires Scottish public authorities to produce and maintain a publication scheme. Authorities are under a legal obligation to:

SIRCC Awards June 2016

Our Collaborative Interventions team are to be congratulated for their recent success in the annual Scottish Institute For Residential Child Care Awards. Held in the prestigious Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow, the team were awarded the 'Reaching Higher Aw... Read More


There are a number of key transitions in any young person’s placement which we manage carefully to ensure their success:

[list type="bullet" icon="icon-circle"] [list_item]The referral and admission proce... Read More


It is our firm belief that, all children wish to progress in school, make friends and have fun.

Young people at St Philip's are assured of their entitlements to a Broad General Education in S1-S3, a Senior Phase within which they can obtain a r... Read More


We have identified the overlapping period between primary and secondary education as a critical time for many children.

We are able to provide effective, outreach support services that can intervene with children and families, prior to breakdow... Read More

Inspection Reports

St Philip's was re-registered as a new service with the Care Inspectorate in Febuary 2013, following new governance arrangements which have only applied since that date. Regulation and Inspection has continued as before with reports on performance avai... Read More

Who we work with

We accept requests from Local Authorities across Scotland and would always endeavour to respond positively to referrals which are made for care and education placements, or those for education only.

Some very successful partnerships exist w... Read More