Young people have a say

Extra support with education: what’s important to pupils in Scotland? The ASL Review

The ASL Review: How well has extra support with education been working in schools across Scotland? Find out what matters to young people in this national review which the Scottish Government asked for.

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Pupil participation

Pupil Voice: My experience of living with ADHD

For young people with ADHD it can be hard to concentrate in school. Hear from one pupil about what it’s been like for them in school.

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Pupil participation

Pupil Voice: I am visually impaired and this is what helps me feel supported at school

Find out more about how schools can support pupils who are visually impaired.

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Young carers

Pupil Voice: What schools can do to support me as a young carer

Top tips for schools and teachers about how they can support pupils who are also young carers.

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Young carers

Pupil voice: young carers

From school to money, your caring responsibilities can have an impact on every part of your life.

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Mediation

Your right to Mediation: get help to find a solution that works for everyone

Find out more about your rights to mediation and how a mediator can help with difficult conversations about your education and support.

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Changing School

Pupil voice: leaving primary school

Leaving primary school for secondary school is a massive deal! It’s a big change that can be worrying but also exciting.

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Your rights

Pupil voice: 4 things that help all children to feel included at school

The Young Inclusion Ambassadors share their ideas for making education inclusive and accessible for all

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Out of school

Pupil voice: I’m at risk of exclusion. This is how the Inclusion Unit helped me.

Reach met with a group of young people about how the Inclusion Unit at their school has helped them keep learning.

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Support for learning

Pupil voice: “Don’t fight your stammer, embrace it”

Hear from Fraser about his experiences and the advice he has for someone living with a stammer.

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