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#support for learning


Pupil participation

Pupil Voice: I am visually impaired and this is what helps me feel supported at school

Find out more about how schools can support pupils who are visually impaired.

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Mediation

Your right to Mediation: get help to find a solution that works for everyone

Find out more about your rights to mediation and how a mediator can help with difficult conversations about your education and support.

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Support for learning

Pupil voice: “Don’t fight your stammer, embrace it”

Hear from Fraser about his experiences and the advice he has for someone living with a stammer.

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Autism

Living with autism – Five things that help

Watch this film and hear from Amber about living with autism.

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Dyslexia

Pupil voice: what your teacher can do to support you if you have dyslexia

Got dyslexia? Here are some tips from Rachel about what teachers can do to help you at school.

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Dyslexia

Dyslexia – a different way of learning

1 in every 10 people has dyslexia. 

Dyslexic people can do a lot of things, they just might do them in a different way.

Some of the most successful people in the world have dyslexia… Keira Knightley, Steven Spielberg and Jamie Oliver all have it.

People with dyslexia are often very creative and good at problem solving. Having dyslexia might mean you need help with reading, writing or remembering.

Get more info and support from Dyslexia Unwrapped, the online hub for young people. 

Here’s a great film from the British Dyslexia Association


Support for learning

I’m finding it hard to concentrate at school

5 top tips if you find it hard to focus at school.

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Mental health

It’s not always easy to talk

Talking to someone you trust at school can be the first step to getting help.


LGBT

Supporting LGBT young people at school

If you’re questioning your sexuality or whether to come out at school, find out about ways that schools can support LGBT pupils.

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Young people have a say

Pupil voice: my advice for dealing with school problems