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LGBTQ+ Bullying

In this section Advice Help in School Relationships Changing or Leaving School Missing School Getting bullied at school because of your sexual orientation or gender identity is wrong. Everyone has the right…

Bullying

An image of a young person standing and looking to the right and holding their left arm with their right hand. The image of the young person is in colour. The background scene behind them is greyscale and has three other young people who are pointing and laughing.

…of their own insecurities. I’m being bullied What are my options? Talk to someone you trust – this could be a teacher, family member or friend. It may not make…

What is ASL?

An image with a purple background and blue and black text that reads: 'what is additional support for learning?' Net to this text is the Reach icon for 'questions', which consists of a red question mark inside a blue letter 'Q'.

…needs, we’ve listed some examples below: Being bullied Moving schools Experience of care Behavioural difficulties Being a young carer A physical difficulty Neurodiversity English as an additional language Problems at…

Getting It Right For Every Child (GIRFEC)

GIRFEC wheel which is a wheel divided into eight different section. Clockwise from the top the colours are turquoise, lavender, mauve, purple, orange, light orange, yellow, green.

…8 wellbeing indicators are: Safe Being safe means things like… you have a safe place to live you are protected from abuse you are not bullied. Healthy Being healthy means…

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