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With the right support all children in Scotland can get the most from school

Advice for parents

All you need to know about additional support for learning if your child attends school in Scotland.

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Professionals Information

Helping you understand additional support for learning legislation and build strong partnerships with families.

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Enquire publications

Download our handy guides and factsheets about additional support for learning

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My Rights, My Say

Support for children aged 12 – 15 to have their views heard

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FREE webinars for parents and carers

Looking for advice and info about additional support for learning? Join us at our FREE webinars for parents and carers. Each event deals with an issues we know parents and carers are looking for advice about. Book your place….

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Transitions: Experiences of young disabled people and their parents

Enquire, like many services and organisations who work with young disabled people and their families, continue to hear about the difficulties faced at the transition between children’s and adult services in Scotland. We feel strongly that more could be done to help young people and families during this important period of transition. Using the evidence […]

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Blog/Children and young people info

Pupil Voice: If I were Headteacher for the day…

After asking pupils ‘what would you do if you were Headteacher for the day?’ we wanted to share the overarching themes of this activity and some insight into the work we do with pupils with additional support needs.

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Blog/Policy and Legislation

Update: Additional Support for Learning Action Plan

Deborah Lynch, Senior Policy Officer in the Scottish Government’s Supporting Learners’ Team provides an update on progress on the Additional Support for Learning Action Plan. “In October 2020, the Scottish Government and COSLA published a joint action plan in response to Angela Morgan’s review of additional support for learning.  This set out the different things […]

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Blog/Families working with schools

Inclusion Ambassadors – A vision for all young people

Scotland’s Inclusion Ambassadors have a clear vision to help pupils feel more supported at school. Now they are calling on all the adults they come into contact with in education to “ask, listen and act” on what young people say.

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Blog/Children and young people info

Advice about learning during coronavirus to look at with your child

What are Enquire doing to support children and young people during the coronavirus? Find out here..

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Contact the Enquire Helpline on 0345 123 2303

Our helpline is open 9.30am-4.30pm today, or visit our Contact page to get in touch by email. We also offer webchat - If you see a yellow button saying ‘Webchat with our helpline team’, click the button to see if an adviser is available.


Coronavirus and additional support for learning

Coronavirus and it’s impact on additional support for learning in Scotland.

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Additional support for learning: A guide for parents and carers

Our easy to read guide to additional support for learning in Scotland explains your and your child’s rights, local authorities’ duties, what to expect at meetings and much more.

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