Feel like you’re not getting a say about your education?

In Scotland, all children have the right to have their views considered when decisions are being made about the support they get with their learning. Children with additional support needs aged 12 – 15 have rights to be more involved in the decisions that affect them.

My Rights, My Say supports children aged 12-15 to use these rights. It’s independent, confidential and easy to use, and here to make sure the voices of children with additional support needs are heard.

How we help


My Rights, My Say advocacy helps children speak up about what’s important to them at school.

Children’s views

My Rights, My Say offers independent support to practitioners to gather children’s views.

Useful resources

My Rights, My Say offers teaching resources and guides to help children access their rights.

Advocacy really helped me when I was struggling with a lot of things at home and school and trying to multi-task. It helped ease my stress having someone to talk to when I was worried about school.”