"In most cases, the Named Person will not have to do anything more than they normally do in the course of their day-to-day work. The major difference will be that they use the National Practice Model as a starting point for recording both routine information about a child or young person and for when they have particular concerns. Most children and young people get all the help and support they need from their families, from teachers and health practitioners, and from their wider communities. But some may need extra help."
Scottish children will be expected to grow up in an approved, standardised way called "Getting it right" -
Where parents are permitted to keep their children they are expected to be perfect, and children are encouraged to report their shortcomings to the authorities -
Your children are now the property of the state.