Out of school
Pupil voice: I’m at risk of exclusion. This is how the Inclusion Unit helped me.
Reach met with a group of young people about how the Inclusion Unit at their school has helped them keep learning.
Support for learning
Pupil voice: “Don’t fight your stammer, embrace it”
Did you know that about 1 in every 100 people has a stammer? Hear from Fraser about his experiences and the advice he has for someone living with a stammer.
Pupil voice: what your teacher can do to support you if you have dyslexia
Got dyslexia? Here are some tips from Rachel, a Young Ambassador for Dyslexia Scotland, about what teachers can do to help you at school. Whatever challenges you’re going through, never forget you have many strengths too….
Pupil voice: why it’s important to listen to care-experienced young people
“I think it is vital for our voices to be heard. We are the ones that live within the system so we know how it really works and what it feels like, better than anyone else”.
It’s not always easy to speak up about your problems
If you’re having a hard time at school, it’s not always easy to talk about it. But talking to someone you trust at school can be the first step to getting help.
Young people have a say
An advocate can help you make your voice heard at school
Did you know that you have the right to have a say in decisions made about your support at school? Watch this to find out how an advocate can help you make your voice heard.
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
There are lots of ways that you can make your voice heard at school and get involved in making decisions that affect your education and well-being. But why does pupil participation matter? Here are 3 good reasons.
Pupil voice: Jordan’s views on her life at school with autism
Friendships, the support base and bullying – young campaigner Jordan reflects on her time at school with autism