How can sharing what it’s like to receive additional support in school help other young people?
Pupil voice: moving to high school and getting support for my dyslexia
Hear from Abby about her experience about having dyslexia and changing schools.
Money and housing issues
Pupil voice: How poverty affects young people
Money issues? You’re not the only one.
Here are some ways schools can help pupils whose families are struggling with the costs of the school day:
- school clothing grants
- help to access money and welfare advice
- help with food or other costs during school holidays.
Get advice from Child Poverty Action Group Scotland and check out their film.
Pupil voice: what your teacher can do to support you if you have dyslexia
Got dyslexia? Here are some tips from Rachel about what teachers can do to help you at school.
Your right to have a say in the support you need at school
Find out about your rights to be supported, included, listened to and involved in decisions at school.
Pupil voice: why it’s important to listen to care-experienced young people
Hear from Lynzy about why it’s important care experienced voices are heard.
It’s not always easy to speak up about your problems
If you’re having a hard time at school, it’s not always easy to talk about it. But talking to someone you trust at school can be the first step to getting help.
Young people have a say
An advocate can help you make your voice heard at school
Did you know that you have the right to have a say in decisions made about your support at school? Watch this to find out how an advocate can help you make your voice heard.
Pupil voice: Jordan’s views on her life at school with autism
Friendships, the support base and bullying – young campaigner Jordan reflects on her time at school with autism