Promoting inclusion is just one way for Parent Councils to support families of children with additional support needs. Cheryl Burnett from the National Parent Forum Scotland explains what more they can do.
Fiona Aitken from Adoption UK in Scotland shares tips for school staff who are supporting children who are adopted.
Catharine Driver, an independent consultant and trainer, shares practical tips for staff supporting children where English is an additional language.
Getting the right support in school can have a huge impact for children who live away from their parents. Hear from one kinship care family about the difference it made to them.
If your child goes to private school find out their rights to extra support in school.
What does an educational psychologist do? How do they assess my child? These are just a few of the questions parents have about the role of an educational sychologists. Find out the answers here.
Speech and language therapists work with children and young people to help them develop the speech, language and communication skills they need to get the most out of life. Find out more about their important role.
Understand how Getting it Right for Every Child and Additional Support for Learning fit together.
Independent mediation can help parents, school and local authorities work together to resolve disagreements. Find out what parents and staff say about how it helped.
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