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Jason’s story

Jason is 12-years-old and was referred to My Rights, My Say by his mum as he hadn’t attended school in three weeks. He had been badly bullied since primary school, was self-harming and had suicidal […]

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Callan’s story

Callan is 14-years-old and attends mainstream school. He has ADHD and is also a young carer for his mum. He finds it very difficult to talk to the staff at school and often gets into […]

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Ellie’s story

Ellie was experiencing severe anxiety and made a request herself for support from My Rights, My Say. Her story shows how one of our advocacy workers supported Ellie to understand her rights and feel confident […]

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Sam’s story

‘Sam’s story’ shows how My Rights, My Say was able to help when 14 year-old Sam was being assessed for autism and his mainstream school thought he should attend an additional support needs school. Our […]

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An introduction to the MRMS eLearning module

A guide to our short, practical eLearning course to help teaching staff reflect on their practice of listening to and involving children with additional support needs

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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.