You have the right to be involved in decisions that affect you at school. This includes decisions that are made about how and what you learn, and about the support you get. You should be actively listened to, treated fairly and have your views respected and taken seriously.
Here are some examples of ways that you could have your say at school:
- Having your say at meetings where decisions are made about your learning and support
- Being involved in planning how and what you learn
- Being asked for your views about the way the school is run or any planned changes about the school
- Being part of the pupil council or other committees at school
- Campaigning about issues that matter to you
- Being given the chance to link with the parent council.