A film about being bullied for having problems reading

Check out this film called Judged, by I am me Scotland. It’s one girl’s story of what it’s like to have dyslexia and be bullied about reading aloud in class. (more…)


Pupil voice: befriending pupils with autism

Raising awareness of autism – a great pupil project in Stirling.

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Mental health

How anxiety affects you at school

Louise a young person from Falkirk is on a campaign to help teachers get better at supporting pupils with anxiety.  (more…)

Support for learning

Who can support me?

Our guide to some of the key people in and out of school who can support you and make sure your rights are protected and respected.

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Your rights

Your right to ask the school to find out if you need extra support

First steps: Getting the right support starts with people understanding your needs.

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Your rights

What do I do if I want to use my rights?

If you’re aged 12 – 15 and want to use your rights, here’s what should happen next.

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Your rights

Your right to have a say in plans made about your support at school

If you get extra support at school, you may have a learning support plan. Find out more here.

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Care experienced

Teenagers in foster care are being moved too many times

What’s the impact on young people of moving around between foster families? Find out more.

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Ten top tips for exams

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

Your rights

I want to be listened to

Make your voice heard

It’s not always easy to share your views, but it can help make things work out better for you and might help others as well.

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