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ASL Review update

…full update What happens next? Over the next 18 months, children and young people will be given more opportunities to have their say on different things, such as exams and…

Success looks different awards 2022

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…way for schools to share different and creative ways success can be celebrated. More often than not, when schools talk about achievements in learning, they talk about exams. Although exam…

Autism

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…extra time and space for exams – support from a school counsellor or learning assistant. If you feel able to, it is a great idea to talk to an adult…

Dyslexia

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…such as: – extra time for exams – access to technology that helps you – support from a learning assistant. Meg told us that her English teacher is really good…

Success Looks different awards 2023 🏆🎉🏅

An image with a pink background and the Inclusion Ambassadors logo at the centre. Around the logo is a spiral of yellow, pink, blue and green circles and stars.

…often than not, when schools talk about achievements in learning, they talk about exams. Although exam results are important to so many pupils, not everyone is on this traditional path….

Young Carers

…manage their caring responsibilities and keep up with their schoolwork. ASL can include a wide range of support, such as extra time for exams, access to technology that helps you,…

Planning your support

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In this section Advice Help in School Relationships Changing or Leaving School Missing School You have the right to be involved in planning your support at school. However, if you…

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