Advice we wish we’d known when we left school
Remember that YOU know yourself best. You’re making a choice for you, no one else.
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
How My Rights, My Say can help you talk to your school if you’re aged 12-15
6 ways My Rights, My Say can help you to use your rights to be involved in decisions at school if you’re over 12
Pupil voice: support for young people with epilepsy
Young people from Epilepsy Scotland have their say about what school is like when you’ve got epilepsy, and the support that helps.
Got Epilepsy? Have a chat at the TEA Room
If you’ve got epilepsy, you might be feeling like other people just don’t get it. The good news is that you are not alone, and that there are lots of people who ‘get it’.
Accessible books and digital tools to help break down barriers to learning
Here are 5 ways that CALL Scotland help with accessible learning.
How it feels to have a long term health condition
This HealthTalk film has stories from young people living with conditions like epilepsy, arthritis and diabetes.
Struggling with eating issues?
You are never alone with an eating disorder. Get support from B-eat.