Some of the ways your school can support you with your learning
10 ways schools can support you if you need help to access school and feel more included:
- Talking with you about the best way they can support you.
- Not only listen to you, but also take action on the things you talk about.
- Provide a space for you to go if you need some time out.
- Help with digital access so you can learn at home if you’re not able to be in school.
- Provide special equipment or technology that helps with your learning.
- Give you more time in exams.
- Organise an interpreter to help you have your say.
- Provide support to get to school, like a taxi.
- Make sure there is someone to help you take medicine.
- Your school can work alongside other adults who are there to help you, like a social worker, therapist, advocate or other professional who is supporting you.
Information to help with each stage of sitting exams and the support that’s available to you.
Find out more about how to use your voice and get involved in decisions about your learning and support.
If you need additional support with your learning, there may be some technology or digital tools that could help.
Read about the different ways you school can support you with your learning.
Making a plan is an important part of making sure you get the right support. Find out more here.
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Find out about the support that could help you when sitting your exams.