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Highly able pupilshttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/additional-support/specific-support-needs/learning-environment/Highly able pupilsHighly able pupilsIf your child is highly able this means they are working, or have the potential to work, ahead of other children and young people their own age.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
English as an additional languagehttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/additional-support/specific-support-needs/learning-environment/English as an additional languageEnglish as an additional languageIf English is not the main language that you and your family speak at home, your child may need some extra support to help them learn.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page
Dyslexia2017-01-01T00:00:00Zhttps://education.gov.scot/parentzone/additional-support/specific-support-needs/learning-environment/DyslexiaDyslexiaDyslexia can affect the way people communicate, and it’s different for everyone. It is not just about reading and writing and it is not a sign of low intelligence. Dyslexia exists in all cultures, for all abilities and socio-economic backgrounds.http://authoring.education.gov.scot/_catalogs/masterpage/PZ_Auth_ContentPage.aspx, PZ Content Page

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