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Mental health

Seems like everybody’s talking about mental health

How can Scotland get better at supporting young people to feel mentally healthy?

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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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Your rights

2017 – a big year for young people’s rights

Rights are used to make sure you feel safe, looked after, respected and listened to. Find out how the law is changing in 2017 to give pupils more rights.

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Disability

Over 100 pupils with learning disabilities have a say about being included at school

Getting the right support and feeling included in school can be difficult if you have a learning difficulty. Find out what young people have to say…

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Your rights

Rights Respecting Stars – campaigning for children’s rights!

Read about why children’s rights are important to pupils at Stockbridge Primary School in Edinburgh

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Your rights

Inclusive Education: Take Action!

How did two pupils from Scotland take their stories of receiving additional support in school all the way to the European Parliament.

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Support for learning

Bringing rights alive! Calderside Academy Barriers to Learning report

Great work by Calderside Academy pupils to raise awareness of barriers to learning.

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Your rights

Do you know your rights? Check out this leaflet

SCCYP leafletDid you know that when adults make decisions that affect you, what’s best for you must always come first, and that your views must be taken into account? These are just some of the rights that you have under an international law called the UNCRC. Check out this leaflet from the Scottish Commissioner for Children and People to find out more about your rights. 

 

 

 


My Say:

Having your say

Help me speak up

You have the right to take along an advocacy worker to meetings where decisions are made about you. They can help you make sure your voice is heard.

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My Say:

Having your say

Having your say at meetings

Meetings are a chance for you to get involved in decisions and talk about how you’re getting on. You may feel worried about going to a meeting, but there are lots of reasons why it’s good to go…

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