Find answers to common questions parents have about co-ordinated support plans.
Understanding how your child’s learning and support is planned can help you when you are talking to the school. Here we explain staged intervention.
Find out how Scotland’s Young Ambassadors for Inclusion are sharing their views of what important to them in school.
If your child moves school they may receive different support than in their previous school. Find out why.
What’s your right as a parent to attend all meetings about your child? Find out here.
Is your child missing out on school trips because they have a disability? Find out schools responsibilities to ensure all pupils can take part in outings.
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.