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Enquire Blog


A photo shows a young person with her head resting on her hand, elbow on the table and a workbook and school supplies nearby.

Following the popularity of our webinar on supporting children with ADHD in school, we spoke further with Geraldine Mynors who shares some top tips for parents and carers about talking

Blog/Working together

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As the My Rights, My Say service approaches its sixth birthday, Participation and Communication Officer, Susie Dalton, reflects on the service and the role of the partners involved, as well


Photo of a school setting. A teacher with glasses and short hair helps a young girl with her papers. A boy is just in view, sitting at the same table.

Enquire responded to the recent call for evidence from the Scottish Parliament’s Education, Children and Young People Committee as part of their Inquiry into Additional Support for Learning (ASL) highlighting

Blog/Care Experience

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Enquire have launched an exciting new project, funded by The Promise Partnership. Designed to help keep Scotland’s Promise to care experienced children and young people, Enquire’s Promise project will see

Blog/Policy and Legislation

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Enquire have responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the proposed Restraint and Seclusion (Prevention in Schools) (Scotland) Bill, reflecting on the current limited legislation and guidance, and the impact

Blog/Additional support needs

Teacher helps her student with their work in a classroom

Ahead of World Teacher Day (5 Oct), Gerry Diamond discusses the importance of a trauma-informed approach in schools, and how doing so can have an impact that lasts a lifetime.  


Photo. A row of awards with a wooden base and glass rectangle. Some read Success looks Different Winner, others read Success Looks Different Runner Up.

Three schools and one nursery have been announced as winners of this years’ Success Looks Different Awards in recognition of how they celebrate, promote and support inclusion. The awards invited

Blog/Working together

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After witnessing May Dunsmuir speak earlier in the year about the importance of families, schools and local authorities working together when waiting for a Tribunal hearing we wanted to know

Blog/Policy and Legislation

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Enquire have fed back on the Scottish Government’s Draft Self-Harm Strategy and Action Plan, sharing what we hear on our helpline relating to mental health, anxiety and self-harm.   Our


Enquire continues to help hundreds of parents navigate the additional support for learning landscape.   Between April and June 2023, the Enquire helpline team responded to 433 enquiries from across 29

Blog/Policy and Legislation

A wooden gate offering entry to a school playground. The gate is painted in alternating bright colours - red, yellow, green and blue

Enquire have responded to the Scottish Government’s proposals around minimum learning hours and the impact they could have on children with additional support needs and their families.   Potential positives


Photo. A row of awards. Each have a wooden triangle block with a clear glass strip which identify Winner or Runner Up and Success Looks Different.

Entries are now open for this year’s awards, recognising good practice relating to inclusion in Scottish educational settings. Returning for a second year, the Success Looks Different was developed by

Blog/Children in care

Jacqueline Cassidy is director for Scotland at the UK’s leading charity, The Fostering Network. During the charity’s annual campaign Foster Care Fortnight™, Jacqueline shares why she believes everyone around children

Blog/Young Carers

With recent work from the Carers Trust highlighting the often unseen struggle of young carers, Kelly Munro reflects on how schools can support young carers in their community  The Scottish

Blog/Families working with schools

As families hear whether their child has been granted a place at the school of their choice, ensuring the right support must remain a top priority, writes Jennifer Drummond  Over


Between January and March the Enquire helpline team responded to 475 enquiries from across all 32 Scottish local authorities. Issues relating to a child’s support continue to be the most

Blog/Support and planning

We need to move away from viewing transition as a linear journey, recognise the ‘messiness’ of change and focus on delivering consistent and co-ordinated person-centred support, writes Billy Anderson. In

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