My Say:

Having your say

“Everybody involved, nobody left out”

Find out what 11 Young Inclusion Ambassadors thought Deputy First Minister John Swinney should know about making sure everyone feels included at school.

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My Say:

Having your say

What do YOU think of Reach….?

Help us make sure Reach has the advice and info you actually want and need if you’re having a hard time at school.

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My Say:

Having your say

Young people from all over Scotland call for more say in how schools are run

How do young people want to be involved in decision-making in school? Find out what over 1,000 Scottish pupils have to say.

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Autism

“I’m Jenny…. and this is MY autism”

“Having autism is unique – it’s not painful, or itchy, or sore – it’s just how I see the world”. Check out this Fixers film and hear a girl called Jenny on a campaign to end the stigma about having Aspergers and to show it’s no reason to stop believing in yourself….


My Say:

Having your say

3 reasons why pupil participation at school matters

There are lots of ways that pupils can get involved in decision making at school. But why does pupil participation matter? Here are 3 good reasons.

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Dyslexia

Lyla: “If I wasn’t dyslexic I wouldn’t be me, I am what you see”

With the right support people with dyslexia can achieve incredible things. Check out this poem by a pupil called Lyla.

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Young carers

Young carer has her say on leaving school and the difference support can make

Young carers do an amazing job juggling caring and school work, but it’s not always easy. If you’re caring for someone at home, the right support can make all the difference in helping you get the most out of school. Check out young carer Lauren’s story.

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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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Mental health

It’s not always easy to ask for help

Sharing your problems with someone you trust can help you cope. Here’s some tips to help you reach out.

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My Say:

Young carers

Young carers’ views – feeling ok?

“Coping with being a young carer is difficult, yes, but I feel proud that I’m making sure my family are okay”. Young carers share their views with the Children and Young People’s Commissioner for Scotland.

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