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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

“Charlie’s Story’ shows how My Rights, My Say supported a 13 year-old pupil with dyslexia to share their views about getting their needs assessed and raising understanding of their support needs in the classroom.

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Children’s Views Service Guide

A short summary explaining how the Children’s Views service can support the involvement of children aged 12 – 15 with additional support needs in decisions about their education and support.

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Assessment Guide

A child-friendly guide to assessment and how My Rights, My Say can help children aged 12 – 15 ask for their needs to be assessed.

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Co-ordinated Support Plans Guide

A child-friendly guide to help children understand co-ordinated support plans.

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Children’s Rights Summary

A one-page summary of the rights of children aged 12 – 15 with additional support needs.

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Children’s Views Service: Referral Information

A short summary explaining how parents and carers can make a referral for their child to the Children’s Views service.

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Advocacy Guide

A child’s friendly guide to how My Rights. My Say can help children aged 12 – 15 have a say in decisions about their support.

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Independent Adjudication Guide

A child-friendly guide to independent adjudication and how My Rights, My Say can support children to use it.