Your rights

Know your rights


Mental health

It’s not always easy to talk

Talking to someone you trust at school can be the first step to getting help.


Young people have a say

Help to make your voice heard

You have the right to take along an advocacy worker to meetings with the school about your learning and support. Watch this to find out how advocacy can help make your voice heard….


Exams

Understanding changes to your exams in 2022

A simple guide to help you understand how the SQA will make decisions about your results this year.

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Support for learning

Helping children get the support they need in school

Find out what is happening to help children get the support they need with their learning.

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Support for learning

Support for learning: Improving planning

Find out how children and young people have been involved in important changes to how additional support is planned.

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Support for learning

Could technology support your learning?

If you’re finding it hard to access your learning, there may be technology available that could help you. How can technology help to support your learning? When we use the term ‘technology’, it usually means devices, software or equipment that can be used to help you with your learning. For example, an iPad can help […]

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Out of school

Being excluded from school: what you need to know

Find out about your rights if you’ve been excluded from school.

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Young carers

Pupil Voice: The difference support can make to a Young Carer

Lauren – who is a young carer – shares the importance of her teachers listening and involving her in decisions about her support.

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Support for learning

Accessible digital tools and technology to help support your learning

Here are 5 ways that CALL Scotland help with accessible learning.

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Bullying

Advice if you’re being bullied online

Bullying can happen even when you’re not in school. If you’re being bullied online, here are some tips about cyber-bullying that could help.

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Support for learning

5 reasons why the Inclusion Ambassadors have enjoyed being back at school this term.

In the latest meeting of the Inclusion Ambassadors – where the group met online – they discussed what it’s like being back at school.

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Bullying

Let’s be clear about what bullying is…..

Bullying can take on lots of different forms and can happen anywhere. Read more about what that behaviour may look like.

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