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LAST UPDATED: 30th September 2020 Supporting children with additional support needs

Find advice on how to support children with ASN at this time.

LAST UPDATED: 6th March 2020 Pupil Equity funding used to empower support staff to close the poverty related attainment gap in Inverclyde

This practice examplar describes how Pupil Equity Fund (PEF) spend was used to empower support staff to help close the poverty related attainment gap at St Ninian’s Primary, Inverclyde.

LAST UPDATED: 22nd June 2020 Transitions in 2020

This resource provides practitioners advice, guidance, signposting and practical resources to support children and young people through transitions in the context of COVID-19.

LAST UPDATED: 5th December 2018 Improving RME: Approaches to Christmas

This set of learning journeys suggests a range of approaches to support learners in developing a richer understanding of the key religious and moral aspects of this celebration.

LAST UPDATED: 24th July 2019 Improving RME: Senior Phase exemplification in Religious and Moral Education

These resources suggest a range of approaches to RME in the Senior Phase to support learners in developing their own beliefs and values at this important time in their learning journey.​

LAST UPDATED: 8th January 2020 Supporting children with effective strategies in Gaelic Medium Education

​This is a short, practitioner-focused briefing to support practitioners to meet the learning needs of those who require support for their learning within Gaelic Medium Education (GME).

LAST UPDATED: 27th June 2019 The Autism Toolbox

​The Autism Toolbox is a resource to support the inclusion of children and young people with autism spectrum disorder in mainstream education services in Scotland.

LAST UPDATED: 27th June 2019 Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood Resource for Young People with Autism Spectrum Disorder

​This resource will help everyone involved in delivering sexual health and relationships education to those with an autism spectrum disorder.

LAST UPDATED: 27th June 2019 CALL Scotland: The use of inclusive digital technologies to raise attainment for learners who require additional support (Additional Support Needs)

CALL Scotland is a support service funded primarily by the Scottish Government to help children and young people across Scotland to overcome disability and barriers to learning.

LAST UPDATED: 27th June 2019 It Takes All Kinds of Minds - A guide to understanding learning difficulties

The Salvesen Mindroom Centre provides information to parents, carers and professionals that explore a range of conditions where additional support is required.