Category Archives: my say

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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Interview with the Youth Commission on Bullying

Enquire made a trip to the Scottish Borders recently to meet up with the young folk who are part of the Youth Commission on Bullying. The commissioners have been appointed to find out the views that lots of different people have … Continue reading

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Without The Place2Be, “we would be a more worried school”

Enquire had a good time at Canal View Primary in Wester Hailes the other week. We were there to make a film, to be shown on the Glow schools intranet, about a service called The Place2Be. The Place2Be is a charity … Continue reading

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Hang out with Enquire on Glow….

Ask your teacher if you can take part in Enquire’s Glow Meet on Thursday 27 October 11am. For our Glow Meet, Enquire have chummed up with The Place 2 Be, a service that works in schools to help pupils like … 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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Interview with West Lothian Young Carers at the YC Fest

Enquire braved the muddy puddles at the Young Carers Festival recently. Despite wishing I had brought my wellies, it was great to hang out with over 500 young carers who seemed to be having a lot of fun. The festival … Continue reading

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Get money to do Anti-Bullying events with your pals

Now’s the time to get ready for National Anti-Bullying Week – which is from 14-18 November 2011. respectme and Youth Scotland are offering youth groups up to £1000 to come up with anti-bullying events and activities. You and your pals can … Continue reading

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Who Am I? – The lives of deaf young people in Scotland

Winging it’s way to your school soon…. news about a project involving deaf young people from all over Scotland. Who Am I? was a project by NDCS to find out about the hopes, issues and stories of deaf young people. … Continue reading

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What do you dream about doing when you leave school? Enquire interview with the Transitions Project in West Dumbartonshire

Interview with two lads from the West Dumbartonshire transitions project about getting ready to leave school. Continue reading

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Happy birthday to Children’s rights!

This November it’s time to celebrate the 21st Birthday of Children’s rights. That’s because the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) is 21 years old this month. The UNCRC is a list of rights that all children and … Continue reading

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