Young people have a say

How useful is your school plan?

What do children and young people think about the support they get and how useful their Child’s Plan is? Here’s what pupils in Highland had to say.

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Ten top tips for exams – we ❤️the nice art in this

The ColouredScribbles YouTuber makes getting tips on exams that little bit more colourful and easy to digest….

Your rights

I want to have a say in decisions made at school


Make your voice heard

You have the right to be involved in decisions that affect you.

This Reach page can give you ideas for how you can use your voice at school.


Scottish Disability Football Squad

Giving young people ”the confidence that they truly can do anything they want”.

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Changing School

Pupil Voice: Starting at high school is a big change, especially when your primary school only has 23 pupils

Hear from Luke about his move to secondary school from his small primary school.

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Hillpark school buddies win Autism Champions award

Big congratulations to the pupils at Hillpark Secondary School in Glasgow, who have been awarded the Autism Champions Award by Autism Network Scotland.

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Young people have a 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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Joint creativity – art by young people with arthritis

A lot of people think only old people have arthritis but there are 12,000 children and young people in the UK coping with it every day. Here’s how Arthritis Care Scotland help some of them. (more…)

Pupil participation

Why it’s good to go to meetings

Been asked to go to a meeting at school about how you’re getting on and the help you need? You might not want to go to the meeting. Here are some good reasons to go….

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Mental health

Looking for a counsellor?

Counselling is a safe space to talk about issues at school. Find out how to look for a counsellor near you.

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