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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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Blog/Policy and Legislation

Additional Support for Learning Review: What we said

Read about the issues we raised in our submission to the Additional Support for Learning Review

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Blog/Additional support needs

Making rights real for all parents, carers and pupils

Find out more about how we are making our advice and information more accessible.

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Blog/Families working with schools

A parent’s views: Getting the right support for my child

Sometimes small actions can have a big impact on building a good relationship with your child’s school. A parent shares her tips.

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Blog/Policy and Legislation

Carers: Important advice about your rights to support

Caring for a child with additional support needs? Find out about carers rights and how the Carers Trust Scotland can support you in your caring role.

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Blog/Families working with schools

What can I do if I think a member of staff is treating my child unfairly?

Practical tips for parents if they think their child is being treated unfairly in school

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Blog/For professionals

Pupil Voice: What schools can do to support me as a young carer

“Being a young carer can be tough because you’ve got to work at home and school… Getting the right support from school can really make a difference.”

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Blog/For professionals

Pupil Voice: Supporting pupils with dyslexia

Tips for teachers from a Dyslexia Scotland Young Ambassador about what can help pupils with dyslexia.

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Blog/For professionals

Framework for Inclusion

Download Scotland’s national Framework for Inclusion.

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Blog/Additional support needs

3 reasons to watch our new animations on children’s rights at school

Help your child understand their rights to be involved in decisions about their support in school.

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