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Having your say

Pupil voice: my advice for dealing with school problems


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Pupil voice: my advice if you’re feeling down about school


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“We are the young people, we are the experts, and we really want to be heard”: Inclusion Ambassadors

“It feels very low to be left out”. “We need to be treated equally”. “I’d need to trust the people I’m asking for help”. Words of wisdom from a group of young people with diverse support needs campaigning for everyone to be included, no one left out.


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Reach needs YOU – have your say in our survey

Hey you out there. Yes….you! We would really appreciate your help. Can you spare 5 mins to answer a few questions in our survey? Click here to take the survey.

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Support for learning

Pupil from the Royal Blind School shares his top tip


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Disability

My Say: “My dyslexia enables me to be creative”

From Dyslexia Unwrapped, where you can listen to lots of young people talk about the ups and downs of having dyslexia.


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Bullying

One pupil’s advice if you’re being bullied


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Disability

What helps young people feel included in school?

“For me, talking and listening are the key to true inclusion” Mark Stewart, Young Inclusion Ambassador talks about his experience of school.

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“Everybody involved, nobody left out”

Find out what 11 Young Inclusion Ambassadors thought Deputy First Minister John Swinney should know about making sure everyone feels included at school.

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Young people from all over Scotland call for more say in how schools are run

How do young people want to be involved in decision-making in school? Find out what over 1,000 Scottish pupils have to say.

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