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Pupil Voice: “Eczema really affects me at school because I find myself distracted”
A young person shares their story and has a say about how schools could support young people with eczema.
Advice we wish we’d known when we left school
Remember that YOU know yourself best. You’re making a choice for you, not for anyone else. And if plan A doesn’t work out, don’t worry. Lots of people end up doing something different from what they first planned.
Alexia Casales tells us about her book The Bone Dragon and having dyslexia
Have you read The Bone Dragon? For a young woman with dyslexia and dyspraxia who only learnt to read when she was 10 years old, the author Alexia Casale is an amazing example of how, with the right support, all things are possible.
Moving school: Eilidh’s story
Eilidh tell Reach how she felt about leaving her primary school and going to secondary school. She uses a wheelchair so it was important for her to know that her new school was making plans to ensure she had the support she needed.
Wheelchair racing champion Samantha Kinghorn: “I’m proud of my disability”
“I wanted to go to a school that had everyone in wheelchairs so I was the same as everyone else but my friends just said to me, ‘No, you’re coming back!’ I got no choice!”
Out of school
At risk of exclusion? Young people have a say
Having our say: young people at Dunfermline school tell us about the help the Inclusion Unit has given them to make changes in their lives so they won’t be excluded anymore
Film by young people about domestic abuse
One Voice at a Time – Tackling domestic abuse through the voice of the young.
Pupil Voice: Chantelle, a young Gypsy Traveller
“People say things like ‘oh, the Gypsies are coming to school – make sure you’ve got your school bag with you because they steal.’ People hear things like that on TV and in the newspapers but if they spoke to us they’d realise that we’re not like that
Be Deaf Aware!
Look, Smile, Chat – helping deaf and hearing teenagers to communicate with each other