Money and housing issues
Pupil Voice: The Cost of Learning in Lockdown
For families struggling with money issues, the coronavirus crisis hasn’t been easy. Hear from pupils sharing with Child Poverty Action Group in Scotland about their experiences during lockdown, the support that has helped, and their feelings about the return to school.
Pupil Voice: pupil participation at my school means “every single pupil has a voice”
Rachel’s views on pupil participation: What my school is doing to give pupils more say in decision making
Pupil participation at school matters – here are 3 reasons why
Make your voice heard and get involved in making decisions that affect your education and well-being.
Pupil Voice: respecting Children’s Rights at our School
Learning about your rights can help you feel more cared for and in control of your future. Find out more about the UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools Awards.
Speaking up at the pupil council about what matters to us
Does something need fixing at your school? Scott spoke up at Pupil Council and made getting online easier.
An important time for young people’s rights
Rights are used to make sure you feel safe, looked after, respected and listened to. Find out how the law is changing to give pupils more rights.
First steps: Finding out if you need extra support
Getting the right support starts with people understanding your needs.
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.
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.
Why it’s good to go to meetings
Meeting at school to discuss your support? Here’s some important reasons why it’s good to go.