Change
language
  • English/
  • Chinese Simplified/
  • French/
  • Gaelic/
  • Arabic/
  • Polish/
  • Punjabi/
  • Russian/
  • Spanish/
  • Romanian/
  • Urdu/
  • Other languages...
Accessibility
help

Enquire Blog

Blog/News

A young girl with Down's syndrome is sitting at an art table surrounded by pens, pencils and paper.

Enquire have responded to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the proposed Learning Disability, Autism and Neurodivergence (LDAN) Bill, highlighting how the Bill could impact the families we come in contact

Blog/News

Young asian teen girl smiles at camera sitting in school computer class. In the background sits 3 more pupils also on computers.

The next stage of Enquire’s Promise Project is now underway and is calling for input from adults with care experience, and professionals supporting children and young people. We are looking

Blog/News

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/News

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/Helpline

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/News

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/Helpline

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

Back
to top
chat