#pupils have a say
Young people have a say
Pupil Voice: ‘Planning our learning: a guide to including us’
5 ways to involve us in planning our learning: Preston Lodge High pupils have their say.
Pupils with learning disabilities have a say about being included at school
Pupils with learning disabilities in Scotland have had their say about what school is like for them.
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.
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.
Why it’s good to go to meetings
Meetings at school to talk about your learning and support can be a good chance to have yur say and make sure things work out they way you want them to. Check out 5 reasons why it’s good to go to meetings even if you don’t feel great about going.
Your right to be heard: Three ways to get help fixing disagreements with the school
Find out different ways to sort out disagreements about your support in school.
Information your school might pass on when you leave
Making sure the right people know what support you need after you leave school is important. But so is respecting your privacy.