Enquire allowed me to understand what my child was entitled to educationally and how the school should be supporting my son – helped relieve my anxieties.
Sally Cavers, manager of Enquire, describes the aims and objectives of the advice and information service.
Amy, National Deaf Children’s Society Young Campaigner and former Young People’s Advisory Group member, describes the aims of Enquire for children and young people in British Sign Language.
What do we do?
We are the Scottish advice service for additional support for learning. We are managed by Children in Scotland and funded by the Scottish Government.
We offer independent and impartial advice and information to parents, carers, practitioners, children and young people about how pupils should be helped to get the right support to be successful learners through our:
- telephone helpline – 0345 123 2303
- online enquiry service
- email address – firstname.lastname@example.org
- website – www.enquire.org.uk
We also provide a range of clear and easy to read guides and factsheets explaining everything from how to find out if your child needs extra help at school to what should happen when they leave school. See our Publications pages for more information.
Meet the Enquire team:
Sally Cavers, Enquire Manager
Catriona Thomson, Information and Development Officer
Grant Douglas, Information Officer (IT)
Jacqueline Wilson, Administration Co-ordinator
Amy Westendarp, Information and Development Officer (Children and young people).
Enquire also has 4 Information Officers who staff the additional support for learning helpline.
If you want to contact any of us, please send an email to email@example.com