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Know your rights – share your views

This short information sheet explains your right to share your views and be involved in decisions about your child’s education.

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Know your rights – co-ordinated support plans

This short information sheet explains your right to request a co-ordinated support plan (CSP) for your child.

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Know your rights – assessments

This short information sheet explains your right to request an assessment of your child’s needs.

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Talking to your child’s school if you think they are dyslexic

Written in collaboration with Dyslexia Scotland, this infographic has lots of information and tips to help parents talk to their child’s school if they think their child is dyslexic.

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Talking to your child’s school about technology to support their learning

Written in collaboration with Call Scotland, this infographic has tips to help parents talk to their child’s school about using technology to support their child’s learning.

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Talking to the school if your child is highly able

Written in collaboration with the Scottish Network for Able Pupils (SNAP), this infographic has tips to help parents talk to their child’s school if they think their child is highly able .

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Sharing information about your child with their school

A short, easy to read infographic with useful tips on sharing information about your child with their school.

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Enquire publication list

Our handy 2-page leaflet gives details of our current publications and factsheets, and how to order copies.

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Additional support for learning: A guide for parents and carers

Our easy to read guide to additional support for learning in Scotland explains your and your child’s rights, local authorities’ duties, what to expect at meetings and much more.

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Additional support for learning: Key facts

This factsheet explains the key information you need to know about your child’s rights to additional support for learning.

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How coronavirus is affecting additional support for learning in Scotland

There have been changes to the laws on educating children with additional support needs in Scotland.

The advice found in our normal publications and on our main website may not apply while Scotland responds to the coronavirus.

Our coronavirus webpages can help you understand the current changes.

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