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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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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Changing School

Pupil voice: dyslexia and changing high school in Scotland

Hear from Abby about her experience about having dyslexia and changing schools.

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Your rights

Your human rights: the UN Convention on the rights of the child

Find out about the rights that ALL children have to be treated with
dignity and fairness, to be protected, listened to, and supported to develop to their full potential.

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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:

  1. school clothing grants
  2. help to access money and welfare advice
  3. help with food or other costs during school holidays.

Get advice from Child Poverty Action Group Scotland and check out their film.


Dyslexia

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.

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Your rights

Know your rights


Care experienced

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.

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