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My Rights, My Say annual achievement report 2021-22

All about our service and our work in 2021-22

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Choosing pathways: case study 2

Responding to recommendations from Scotland’s Inclusion Ambassadors, we’ve created case studies to show how My Rights, My Say can support pupils in the process of leaving school.

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Choosing pathways: case study 1

Responding to recommendations from Scotland’s Inclusion Ambassadors, we’ve created case studies to show how My Rights, My Say can support pupils in the process of leaving school.

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Co-ordinated Support Plans – what needs to change?

Scottish Government set up a Short-Life Working Group to discuss ‘Co-ordinated Support Plans’ and young people contributed their views on what needs to change to make sure CSPs are used in the right way.

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Direct work with young people during the pandemic

Sharing our learning on engaging and communicating with children and young people remotely. 

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Involving children in decisions

Reasons why it’s important children are involved in decisions about their additional support for learning.

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Children’s Views – analysis and connecting with the ASL review

My Rights My Say looked at what children said about why they wanted to change schools in placing request reports, and how these findings connect with the ASL Review and Action Plan.

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Additional Support Needs Tribunal Guide

A short child-friendly guide to the Additional Support Needs Tribunal and how My Rights, My Say can help children use it.

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Mhairi’s Story

A short and easy to read scenario explaining how My Rights, My Say can support children to share their views.

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Charlie’s Story

A short and easy to read scenario explaining how My Rights, My Say can support children to share their views.