New resource for children and young people summarises Additional Support for Learning review findings
Date: 7th August 2020
Category: Education, Leisure and Cultural Activities
Children in Scotland was recently tasked with creating a version of the review of the implementation of the Additional Support for Learning (ASL) legislation for children and young people using accessible language. This review considered the implementation of the ASL legislation and how it could be enhanced through better use of resources, staffing or other aspects of provision.
The new resource is aimed primarily at children and young people and outlines key findings and recommendations from the review in 10 short sections.
- What did children and young people with additional support needs tell Angela Morgan (the chair of the review)?
- What is the current situation?
- Who has additional support needs?
- How do we know if someone is achieving their best in their learning?
- What support do the adults that support pupils need to learn?
- Why is how people talk about additional support for learning important?
- Are plans to support individual pupil learning working?
- What did parents and carers tell Angela?
- What did adults who work with children and young people tell Angela?
- What other work is happening that this work could help with?
Read the resource for children and young people which summarises the review findings here.
Read the review of the implementation of the Additional Support for Learning (ASL) legislation in full here.