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Avoiding and solving problems

This factsheet explains the steps you can take if you are worried or unhappy about your child’s support, and some of the further steps you can take if you are in a disagreement with a local authority.

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Mediation

This factsheet explains how and when you can use independent mediation to resolve a disagreement about your child’s support.

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Independent adjudication

This factsheet explains how and when you can use independent adjudication to resolve a disagreement about your child’s support.

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Education appeal committees

This factsheet explains what appeals you can take to an education appeal committee, and how the process works.

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The Additional Support Needs Tribunal

This factsheet explains the disagreements you can refer to the Additional Support Needs Tribunal, and how the tribunal process works.

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Section 70 complaints

This factsheet explains when you can make a section 70 complaint to Scottish Ministers about a failure under education law.

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Enquire parents’ leaflet

A useful reminder of the advice and information Enquire can provide about childrens’ rights to additional support with their learning.

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Children with healthcare needs: Rights

Four facts you need to know if your child has healthcare needs.

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Children with healthcare needs: Advice

Four things you can do if you’re worried your child’s healthcare needs are not being met in school.

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Unlawful exclusion

Five steps you can take if your child is being unlawfully excluded.

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Understanding what the coronavirus changes mean for children with additional support needs 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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