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Young person has a say: “Eczema really affects me at school because I find myself distracted”

Did you know? There are about 15,500 children in Scotland with severe eczema, a skin condition which can make your skin feel itchy and sore. This week on the Enquire blog, a young person with eczema tells their story and has … Continue reading

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Living with sight loss and enjoying books: Guest blogger has her say about Haggeye’s campaign

Hi. My name is Tuesday Berry, I am 21 years old and live in Glasgow.  At six months old I was diagnosed with Optic Nerve Hypoplasia. I am currently studying Creative Industries at West College Scotland. The Balmoral Hotel holds … Continue reading

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Moving school: Eilidh takes a break from the sun to have a say

Eilidh is just about to start P6 and is already thinking about what it will be like to go to secondary school. She’s been a star and taken time out from enjoying the sun to write a blog for Enquire … Continue reading

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Young people from Epilepsy Scotland have their say

This Friday on the Enquire blog, young people from Epilepsy Scotland have their say about what school is like when you’ve got epilepsy, and the support that helps…. At school, how does epilepsy affect you? “I couldn’t go to a … Continue reading

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Pupils in East Lothian have their say about school

Enquire gave some first years the chance to have a say on our blog this week. These guys get learning support at a school in East Lothian. Here are some of their ideas about ways that school could be made better…. … Continue reading

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Young blogger and poet Adam Bojelian steals the show

Adam Bojelian (pictured below) is a very talented young man – both a poet and blogger. He has won the Brit Writers Special Achievement Award 2010 and Gold Blue Peter Badge. Check out his blog on starting at a new … Continue reading

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Guest blog – how pupils at Galashiels Academy are challenging homophobia in schools

Enquire are inviting young people to be guest bloggers on our website. We are really interested to hear your views about issues at school and support that helps. Here’s a blog by pupils at Galashiels Academy….. This blog that you … Continue reading

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‘About us’ – a new video in British Sign Language

As a contribution to Deaf Awareness Week from the 4 – 10 May 2009, I’ve uploaded a new video in BSL (British Sign Language) to our website. The video is 7 minutes long and it describes what we do in … Continue reading

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Don’t miss a blog post or podcast

Hi! Amelina is on her holidays at the moment, so I’m stepping in to write a blog post. I’m Alex and my blog nickname is ido ‘cos I’m an Information and Development Officer here in Enquire. My job is to … Continue reading

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Enquire talks to writer and artist about their fab new book

Enquire interview with author and artist of an adventure story ‘Meeting Milligan’. The story is about two young people Jamie and Shabana. Jamie is a wheelchair user, Shabana uses makaton – a type of sign language. Continue reading

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