Reach can help you to understand your rights at Scottish schools to feel supported, included, listened to and involved in decisions.
Having a hard time at school?
Get advice about school.
Your relationships make a big difference to how you feel about school. If you’re having a hard time, “find someone who you trust. Trusting someone is the most important thing for any healthy relationship.”
Get tips on making friends at school and sorting out relationship issues.
Whatever you’re going through at school, you’re not the only one.
Hear from other pupils talking about school and support that helps.
You have the right to be supported and listened to at school.
Find out about your rights to support for learning + pupil participation.
Get help to use your rights and talk to your school from My Rights, My Say.
Autism is a condition that affects how you learn and how you relate to people and things happening around you. This mindroom film explains more and has some good tips from a girl called Amber.
What can I do? My autism makes it hard for me to make friends.
LGBT and being bullied? Remember you’ve got the right to an education free from discrimination, prejudice and bullying. You should not have to defend or hide who you truly are.
Help me find out how schools can support pupils who are LGBT.