All children have the right to an education and to extra support with their learning if they have additional support needs. This applies to children currently considered a ‘looked after’ child as well as those living in a formal or informal kinship care arrangement. If you are a kinship carer, download our quick read on […]Download PDF
This short, quick read guide helps parents and carers understand GIRFEC language and how it can help you speak to your child’s school about their support needs.Download PDF
If you are working in early years or childcare, our short infographic highlights what you need to know about Additional Support for Learning.Download PDF
This short and easy-to-read infographic explains what you can do if your child’s support is being changed or reduced.Download PDF
This short and easy-to-read infographic explains disability rights and support for learning.Download PDF
This short information sheet explains your right to share your views and be involved in decisions about your child’s education.Download PDF
This short information sheet explains your right to request a co-ordinated support plan (CSP) for your child.Download PDF
This short information sheet explains your right to request an assessment of your child’s needs.Download PDF
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.Download PDF
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.Download PDF
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