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Find useful information about the role of different professionals working with children with additional support needs, new policy and guidance, good practice and much more. Use the right hand list to search for previous posts.

Guidance on the education of children with healthcare needs

Read about Children in Scotland’s response to the Scottish Government on Guidance on healthcare needs in school. [read more...]

From the margins to mainstream: Enquire’s Annual Conference

Read what some fascinating speakers had to say at our 2017 annual conference. [read more...]

Update: Hearing and sharing views about experiences of additional support in schools

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Find out what’s happening at national level about listening to people’s views of additional support for learning in schools. [read more...]

Have your say on additional support for learning

Find out how to share your experiences of additional support for learning in Scottish schools. [read more...]

800 pupils with learning disabilities, parents, carers and teachers have their say about inclusion

Read about an important campaign to find out the realities of school education for children with learning disabilities. [read more...]

“Counting down the days” : Supporting the needs of Armed Forces Children

As part of a new series of blogs we will be looking at some of the different reasons that children may need support in school. [read more...]

Listening to parents: New parent representative on Enquire’s Advisory Group

Read about just one of the ways Enquire listens to parents and carers. [read more...]

ASL Myth: Schools do not need to make adjustments for disabled pupils to attend school trips

Dispelling myths about the duties to make adjustments for disabled pupils to attend school trips. [read more...]

ASL Myth: Schools have a duty to provide intimate care to pupils

Find out more about schools, local authorities and health boards duties to provide intimate care for pupils who need it. [read more...]

Top tips for school staff working with children who are adopted

“Simple things are often the most helpful.” 11 useful suggestions for school staff working with adopted children [read more...]

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