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Call 12: Support our pupils and teachers: embed understanding of ASN in initial teacher training and ongoing development

... Call 12: Support our pupils and teachers: embed understanding of ASN in initial teacher training and ongoing development By Charlene Tait We want to see every child in Scotland reach their potential. The presumption of mainstreaming...


Unique storybook captures reality of young mums’ lives

...was a pleasure to work with them and their children and to discuss how parenthood has and hASN’t changed over the years. We’re delighted to be putting a copy of the book in the Bringing Up Baby exhibition at the Museum of Childhood for...


"When their stories find expression, our whole society is enriched"

...thought it was going to be all about the technology, electronic music that I didn’t get, but it wASN’t at all. It was about the human stories and deeply felt emotions.” It was so encouraging to hear this.  Music really is emotion, organised...


25 Calls response: In parental disputes, let’s support all family members – mums, dads and children

...legal solutions in response to post‐separation relationship difficulties”. Although Australia hASN't created a perfect system for supporting separated families, their work since 2005 to provide readily available help well before cases hit the...

25 calls

Rights at a price

...they were expecting a baby. Given that they are both young and still studying, the road ahead wASN’t the easiest. What we hadn’t anticipated, though, was that their very right to be together as a family and to bring up their child together...


Inclusion in Action: Call-out for inclusion resources to share internationally

...Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education (EASNIE), is looking for resources and case studies to feature. The aim of the website is to provide an online resource base for policymakers around...


NTSG: upcoming training

...here to book 8 November – Strengthening the participation of young people with ASNs in Children’s Services Planning (in partnership with the Highland Children’s Forum) Time: 9:30am-4:30pm Venue: Smithton-Culloden Free...


2019-20 Programme for Government: our verdict

...bus travel for all children and young people.” Education: questions over approach to inequality, ASN investment ‘vital’ “The attainment challenge will continue with investment confirmed until 2022. Children in Scotland is yet to be...


"It's social engineering and it's morally wrong"

...£180 million, taking the total to over £300 million. But the impact of the [UK Government] cuts hASN’t fully been felt yet. And the impact is estimated to be well over £2 billion in the Scottish economy by the mid ‘20s. The £300 million has...


Inclusion Ambassadors (2016 - Present)

...Ambassadors' vision statement Download the overview School pledge pack Help young people with ASN feel supported in your school by committing your support Click here for the pack Pledge Pack FAQs Answers to some frequently asked questions...


Celebrating 20 years of Enquire

...report, and where we are now Read the latest update 25 Calls: Embed ASN in teacher training Charlene Tait calls for better understanding of additional support needs Visit the campaign...


Solution-focused approaches to bereavement

...us this Monday, 20 July at 3pm for a free webinar: Supporting children/teens with ASN to manage health anxiet… https://t.co/0uW9dry2KL Stay connected Follow, like, connect or send us an...


Elections to the Children's Sector Strategic and Policy Forum

...or have additional support for learning needs. Help & Support, inc health and wellbeing, ASN etc (3 places) – Your organisation works in the community to support the holistic needs of children, young people and their families to...


25 Calls response: How the arts helped me rewrite my life story

...first person in my family to go to university. I graduated into a recession with a degree that I wASN’t sure what to do with. I didn’t have anyone to ask, so I decided to go into teaching. Teachers were the only role models I had for people...


25 Calls response: Do we live in a world where children need to defend their rights?

...13 of our 25 Calls campaign. Call 13: Support children to become human rights defenders I wASN’t sure I wanted to write about this call.  I wASN’t sure if it was the right one. Look at the language – support children to be human...


Inclusion Ambassadors report recommends action to help children and young people with additional support needs feel supported and included in school
additional support for learning ASL ASN inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors

Progress on additional support for learning must be accelerated in wake of the pandemic
additional support for learning ASL ASL review ASN inclusion

New measures to support autistic pupils welcome, but we must not lose momentum
ASL ASN Autism Children's rights Education equality inclusion

"There have been too many promises of change, followed by a failure to act"
Additional support additional support for ASL ASN Education

Not Included, Not Engaged, Not Involved: Survey finds autistic children are missing out on education
additional support needs ASN Autism School

Children in Scotland to manage new Early Learning and Childcare Inclusion Fund

...learning and childcare settings are more accessible for children with additional support needs (ASN) and disabilities Ensure these settings can support children with ASN to access their funded ELC entitlement Increase the number of ELC staff...

additional support needs childcare early learning funding

Meet the Design Team behind FMQT Next Generation

“I expected herbal tea drinkers with fun keyrings”

...everyone who worked in the sector to be herbal tea drinkers with fun keyrings. Aside from that, I wASN’t at all sure what to expect. I needn’t have worried. Everyone I’ve met here is friendly, kind and supportive in the way that every intern...


25 Calls response: Adults are responsible for ensuring child rights. So let's step up

...children to exercise them. Call 12: Support our pupils and teachers: embed understanding of ASN in initial teacher training and ongoing development To some, the extension of children’s rights may seem like an unrealistic or unreasonable...


Leading and learning on inclusion

...the websiteunder five categories, including the number of pupils with an official decision of SEN (ASN) and gender breakdown of these pupils. This data may be of interest to a range of people in Scotland. Scotland was one of three countries...


25 Calls

...world Read the call in full Call 12 "Support pupils and teachers: embed understanding of ASN in initial teacher training and ongoing development" Read the call in full Call 14 "From homelessness to the Home Office, young people's...


‘Change the language of poverty for young people’ is #1 call in Children in Scotland’s 25th anniversary campaign

...Graeme Roy, Fraser of Allander Institute) Support our pupils and teachers: embed understanding of ASN in initial teacher training and ongoing development (Scottish Autism) Support Children to become human rights defenders (Children and Young...


Mobilise third sector services to give children and communities support in the fight against Covid-19

...support needs. This now needs to translate into local action, with continuity for children with ASN essential. “Flexibility on schools opening during the summer holiday period will be helpful in supporting transitions. “The Cabinet Secretary...

ASN childcare communities Covid-19 Education schools

Our offer to you during a critical time

...the website My Rights, My Say My Rights, My Say supports children with ASN aged 12-15 to use their rights to support with their learning Visit the website The ELC Inclusion Fund The Early...


Contacts

...Fund provides funding to ELC settings to support children with additional support needs (ASN) in Scotland to access their funded ELC entitlement. Staff working in ELC settings can apply for funding for training, resources, equipment and...


The Inclusion Ambassadors have a clear vision to help pupils feel more supported at school. Now they need your help to make it happen

...happen.  Click here to read the vision and overview document summarising how young people with ASN could be better supported in education Click here to read the Vision Statement and find out more on the Scottish Government's...


2021 Elections to the Children's Sector Strategic and Policy Forum

...or have additional support for learning needs. Help & Support, inc health and wellbeing, ASN etc (3 places) – Your organisation works in the community to support the holistic needs of children, young people and their families to...


‘No detriment on appeals’: call for urgent change to exams certification process ahead of Scottish Parliament Education Debate

... Inclusion Ambassadors The group was set up to ensure views of young people with ASN are heard in education discussions Click to find out more Changing our World Our children and young people's...

appeals assessments covid Education exams SQA

Project launched to understand participation through the pandemic

...presents a key opportunity for us to learn from young people about what worked well and what hASN't. I can't wait to get going!”. Recruitment for the group launches this week. For more information about Participation Through the Pandemic and...


School pledge pack helps educators demonstrate more inclusive practices

...this Take the pledge Help young people with ASN feel happy and safe in school by committing your support Click here for the pack Pledge pack FAQs Answers to frequently asked...

ASL ASN Education inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors

Girls and autism: a hidden minority?

...Girls and autism: a hidden minority? Posted on 25 Aug 2021 by Jennifer Drummond ASL ASN Autism Too often, girls and young women with autism are overlooked and struggle to get a diagnosis until they reach crisis point....

ASL ASN Autism

Inclusion Ambassadors welcome school return but say the still don't feel heard

...and download the report Take the pledge Help young people with ASN feel happy and safe in school Download the pack Reach Understanding children's rights to be involved in education...

additional support needs ASL ASN Education inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors

Education reform consultation: ‘We need to learn from policy, research and practice to ensure reform is fit for purpose”

...young people Find out more Inclusion Ambassadors The young people ensuring those with ASN are heard in education policy and practice discussions Find out more Join us in membership Be part of Scotland's largest children's...

Curriculum for Excellence Education education reform

News: New Members Bill to give legal right to transition support

...Sept 2021 by Jennifer Drummond. Main image: Phil Wilkinson Additional support ASL ASN Education transitions New proposed legislation has been lodged with the Scottish Parliament to secure the statutory right to a...

Additional support ASL ASN Education transitions

Not losing the human element of being 'present' with people

... Visit the website My Rights, My Say Helping children aged 12-15 with ASN to speak up about the support they need with their education. Visit the website 'Challenging inequality and leading...

additional support for learning ASL mediation

Calls for cuts to Universal Credit to be abandoned

...Poppy, who said: “Without the £20 a week increase, I was having to budget but the money just wASN’t stretching to my bills. So for me, £20 a week is a lifeline. It buys Poppy’s packed lunches and her food for the week. “The government...

Benefits child poverty News universal credit

Media enquiries

...the decisions that affect them. Resolve: ASL – the largest provider of Additional Support Needs (ASN) mediation in Scotland. Our managed funds We currently manage two funds, aimed at strengthening inclusive childcare, and opening up childcare,...


Creativity and culture: bringing child rights to life

...always wanted to work with young people, but my dream has always been to be a teacher. It wASN’t until I was 23 that I realised that I would be able to teach in museums, which became my new goal. "Throughout my studies, I found out more...


Back to school: the challenges of learning after lockdown, and how we can help

...and carers as they’ve worked to keep their children safe and support their learning at home. It hASN’t always been easy, but schools and families have been doing their best to help children to stay motivated and continue to learn. As the summer...


Billy Anderson

...with and for vulnerable young people and young adults across Community, Health, Education and ASN settings.  Prior to working for Children in Scotland, Billy held service management, learning and development, personalisation, community health...

anderson

"This is a great way for us to share what we’ve learned, but it's also about learning to be kind to ourselves"

...vulnerable children slip through the cracks and my passion since then has been to help support our ASN children and young people reach their best outcomes. Now I work primarily with parents, carers and practitioners as we want to create...


Proportion of Children in Scotland staff to be furloughed for three-week period

...out more My Rights, My Say My Rights, My Say supports children with ASN aged 12-15 to use their rights to support with their learning Find out more ELC Inclusion Fund We manage the Early...

Covid-19 furlough third sector

Insight: Life in Lockdown - the view from Orkney

...North isles, this kind of isolation, albeit in a less strict format, is not unusual and life hASN’t changed that much. Transport links between the islands are limited, so attending our events has always been a challenge. People are used to...


Unlocking opportunity: exploring new ways to create employment in the art world

...it feels like this makes the sector stagnant. Speaking to Art Net, Lucy Charlotte stated that she wASN’t even offered one interview over an 18-month period during which she applied for 30 different roles in museums. This despite having two years...


The Education Recovery Youth Panel (October 2020-June 2021)

...John Swinney and asked him questions around COVID-19 and education, including vaccines, exams, ASN, and wearing masks. In July 2021 some of the Panel members attended the online Scottish Government Covid Education Recovery Group and shared...


25 & Up: After a year of adversity, change is coming – and Scotland is more determined than ever to Keep the Promise

...unanticipated adversity, the schedule laid out a year ago in The Promise report called the plan hASN’t slipped. Massive effort from organisations, individuals, government, and those who campaigned so hard for the Care Review have kept it on...

25 and Up 25 calls campaign care care experience care experienced Care Review fiona duncan the Promise

Shifting the focus from our shoes to our views – girls speak out against gender stereotypes

...reporting or demanding greater inclusion of women’s voices and stories.   For example, it wASN’t difficult to spot the front-page headline in 2017 comparing Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May’s legs, rather than their...


Inclusion Ambassadors share experiences of school after lockdown
additional support for learning ASL ASN Education inclusion Participation

ASL review action plan welcome, but actions speak louder than words

...support for learning Visit the website School closures 'monumental' for children with ASN Sally Cavers writes for TES on the additional challenges facing learners with ASN Read the...

Additional support Angela Morgan ASL ASL review ASN

Why our Manifesto for 2021-26 must be based on renewal, not recovery

...Scotland. We don’t want to go back to where we were before, because in many ways it really wASN’t good enough. The important thing is how we build back better. It’s mid-May, and yes, we are a bit behind schedule on our Manifesto writing....

equality Health Inequality Manifesto members membership parliament Poverty rights Wellbeing


Solution-focused approaches to bereavement

Start date: 28/04/2020 09:30

...us this Monday, 20 July at 3pm for a free webinar: Supporting children/teens with ASN to manage health anxiet… https://t.co/0uW9dry2KL Stay connected Follow, like, connect or send us an...



Unique storybook captures reality of young mums’ lives

...was a pleasure to work with them and their children and to discuss how parenthood has and hASN’t changed over the years. We’re delighted to be putting a copy of the book in the Bringing Up Baby exhibition at the Museum of Childhood for...


25 Calls response: In parental disputes, let’s support all family members – mums, dads and children

...legal solutions in response to post‐separation relationship difficulties”. Although Australia hASN't created a perfect system for supporting separated families, their work since 2005 to provide readily available help well before cases hit the...

25 calls

Inclusion in Action: Call-out for inclusion resources to share internationally

...Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education (EASNIE), is looking for resources and case studies to feature. The aim of the website is to provide an online resource base for policymakers around...


2019-20 Programme for Government: our verdict

...bus travel for all children and young people.” Education: questions over approach to inequality, ASN investment ‘vital’ “The attainment challenge will continue with investment confirmed until 2022. Children in Scotland is yet to be...


Celebrating 20 years of Enquire

...report, and where we are now Read the latest update 25 Calls: Embed ASN in teacher training Charlene Tait calls for better understanding of additional support needs Visit the campaign...


Elections to the Children's Sector Strategic and Policy Forum

...or have additional support for learning needs. Help & Support, inc health and wellbeing, ASN etc (3 places) – Your organisation works in the community to support the holistic needs of children, young people and their families to...


25 Calls response: How the arts helped me rewrite my life story

...first person in my family to go to university. I graduated into a recession with a degree that I wASN’t sure what to do with. I didn’t have anyone to ask, so I decided to go into teaching. Teachers were the only role models I had for people...


25 Calls response: Do we live in a world where children need to defend their rights?

...13 of our 25 Calls campaign. Call 13: Support children to become human rights defenders I wASN’t sure I wanted to write about this call.  I wASN’t sure if it was the right one. Look at the language – support children to be human...


Inclusion Ambassadors report recommends action to help children and young people with additional support needs feel supported and included in school
additional support for learning ASL ASN inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors

Progress on additional support for learning must be accelerated in wake of the pandemic
additional support for learning ASL ASL review ASN inclusion

New measures to support autistic pupils welcome, but we must not lose momentum
ASL ASN Autism Children's rights Education equality inclusion

Not Included, Not Engaged, Not Involved: Survey finds autistic children are missing out on education
additional support needs ASN Autism School

Children in Scotland to manage new Early Learning and Childcare Inclusion Fund

...learning and childcare settings are more accessible for children with additional support needs (ASN) and disabilities Ensure these settings can support children with ASN to access their funded ELC entitlement Increase the number of ELC staff...

additional support needs childcare early learning funding

Meet the Design Team behind FMQT Next Generation

“I expected herbal tea drinkers with fun keyrings”

...everyone who worked in the sector to be herbal tea drinkers with fun keyrings. Aside from that, I wASN’t at all sure what to expect. I needn’t have worried. Everyone I’ve met here is friendly, kind and supportive in the way that every intern...


25 Calls response: Adults are responsible for ensuring child rights. So let's step up

...children to exercise them. Call 12: Support our pupils and teachers: embed understanding of ASN in initial teacher training and ongoing development To some, the extension of children’s rights may seem like an unrealistic or unreasonable...


‘Change the language of poverty for young people’ is #1 call in Children in Scotland’s 25th anniversary campaign

...Graeme Roy, Fraser of Allander Institute) Support our pupils and teachers: embed understanding of ASN in initial teacher training and ongoing development (Scottish Autism) Support Children to become human rights defenders (Children and Young...


Mobilise third sector services to give children and communities support in the fight against Covid-19

...support needs. This now needs to translate into local action, with continuity for children with ASN essential. “Flexibility on schools opening during the summer holiday period will be helpful in supporting transitions. “The Cabinet Secretary...

ASN childcare communities Covid-19 Education schools

The Inclusion Ambassadors have a clear vision to help pupils feel more supported at school. Now they need your help to make it happen

...happen.  Click here to read the vision and overview document summarising how young people with ASN could be better supported in education Click here to read the Vision Statement and find out more on the Scottish Government's...


2021 Elections to the Children's Sector Strategic and Policy Forum

...or have additional support for learning needs. Help & Support, inc health and wellbeing, ASN etc (3 places) – Your organisation works in the community to support the holistic needs of children, young people and their families to...


‘No detriment on appeals’: call for urgent change to exams certification process ahead of Scottish Parliament Education Debate

... Inclusion Ambassadors The group was set up to ensure views of young people with ASN are heard in education discussions Click to find out more Changing our World Our children and young people's...

appeals assessments covid Education exams SQA

Project launched to understand participation through the pandemic

...presents a key opportunity for us to learn from young people about what worked well and what hASN't. I can't wait to get going!”. Recruitment for the group launches this week. For more information about Participation Through the Pandemic and...


School pledge pack helps educators demonstrate more inclusive practices

...this Take the pledge Help young people with ASN feel happy and safe in school by committing your support Click here for the pack Pledge pack FAQs Answers to frequently asked...

ASL ASN Education inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors

Inclusion Ambassadors welcome school return but say the still don't feel heard

...and download the report Take the pledge Help young people with ASN feel happy and safe in school Download the pack Reach Understanding children's rights to be involved in education...

additional support needs ASL ASN Education inclusion Inclusion Ambassadors

Education reform consultation: ‘We need to learn from policy, research and practice to ensure reform is fit for purpose”

...young people Find out more Inclusion Ambassadors The young people ensuring those with ASN are heard in education policy and practice discussions Find out more Join us in membership Be part of Scotland's largest children's...

Curriculum for Excellence Education education reform

Not losing the human element of being 'present' with people

... Visit the website My Rights, My Say Helping children aged 12-15 with ASN to speak up about the support they need with their education. Visit the website 'Challenging inequality and leading...

additional support for learning ASL mediation

Creativity and culture: bringing child rights to life

...always wanted to work with young people, but my dream has always been to be a teacher. It wASN’t until I was 23 that I realised that I would be able to teach in museums, which became my new goal. "Throughout my studies, I found out more...


Back to school: the challenges of learning after lockdown, and how we can help

...and carers as they’ve worked to keep their children safe and support their learning at home. It hASN’t always been easy, but schools and families have been doing their best to help children to stay motivated and continue to learn. As the summer...


"This is a great way for us to share what we’ve learned, but it's also about learning to be kind to ourselves"

...vulnerable children slip through the cracks and my passion since then has been to help support our ASN children and young people reach their best outcomes. Now I work primarily with parents, carers and practitioners as we want to create...


Proportion of Children in Scotland staff to be furloughed for three-week period

...out more My Rights, My Say My Rights, My Say supports children with ASN aged 12-15 to use their rights to support with their learning Find out more ELC Inclusion Fund We manage the Early...

Covid-19 furlough third sector

Insight: Life in Lockdown - the view from Orkney

...North isles, this kind of isolation, albeit in a less strict format, is not unusual and life hASN’t changed that much. Transport links between the islands are limited, so attending our events has always been a challenge. People are used to...


Unlocking opportunity: exploring new ways to create employment in the art world

...it feels like this makes the sector stagnant. Speaking to Art Net, Lucy Charlotte stated that she wASN’t even offered one interview over an 18-month period during which she applied for 30 different roles in museums. This despite having two years...


25 & Up: After a year of adversity, change is coming – and Scotland is more determined than ever to Keep the Promise

...unanticipated adversity, the schedule laid out a year ago in The Promise report called the plan hASN’t slipped. Massive effort from organisations, individuals, government, and those who campaigned so hard for the Care Review have kept it on...

25 and Up 25 calls campaign care care experience care experienced Care Review fiona duncan the Promise

Shifting the focus from our shoes to our views – girls speak out against gender stereotypes

...reporting or demanding greater inclusion of women’s voices and stories.   For example, it wASN’t difficult to spot the front-page headline in 2017 comparing Nicola Sturgeon and Theresa May’s legs, rather than their...


Inclusion Ambassadors share experiences of school after lockdown
additional support for learning ASL ASN Education inclusion Participation

ASL review action plan welcome, but actions speak louder than words

...support for learning Visit the website School closures 'monumental' for children with ASN Sally Cavers writes for TES on the additional challenges facing learners with ASN Read the...

Additional support Angela Morgan ASL ASL review ASN

Why our Manifesto for 2021-26 must be based on renewal, not recovery

...Scotland. We don’t want to go back to where we were before, because in many ways it really wASN’t good enough. The important thing is how we build back better. It’s mid-May, and yes, we are a bit behind schedule on our Manifesto writing....

equality Health Inequality Manifesto members membership parliament Poverty rights Wellbeing


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Billy Anderson

...with and for vulnerable young people and young adults across Community, Health, Education and ASN settings.  Prior to working for Children in Scotland, Billy held service management, learning and development, personalisation, community health...

anderson


25 Calls

...world Read the call in full Call 12 "Support pupils and teachers: embed understanding of ASN in initial teacher training and ongoing development" Read the call in full Call 14 "From homelessness to the Home Office, young people's...


Our offer to you during a critical time

...the website My Rights, My Say My Rights, My Say supports children with ASN aged 12-15 to use their rights to support with their learning Visit the website The ELC Inclusion Fund The Early...


Contacts

...Fund provides funding to ELC settings to support children with additional support needs (ASN) in Scotland to access their funded ELC entitlement. Staff working in ELC settings can apply for funding for training, resources, equipment and...


Media enquiries

...the decisions that affect them. Resolve: ASL – the largest provider of Additional Support Needs (ASN) mediation in Scotland. Our managed funds We currently manage two funds, aimed at strengthening inclusive childcare, and opening up childcare,...



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Call 12: Support our pupils and teachers: embed understanding of ASN in initial teacher training and ongoing development
post

... Call 12: Support our pupils and teachers: embed understanding of ASN in initial teacher training and ongoing development By Charlene Tait We want to see every child in Scotland reach their potential. The presumption of mainstreaming...


"When their stories find expression, our whole society is enriched"
post

...thought it was going to be all about the technology, electronic music that I didn’t get, but it wASN’t at all. It was about the human stories and deeply felt emotions.” It was so encouraging to hear this.  Music really is emotion, organised...


Rights at a price
post

...they were expecting a baby. Given that they are both young and still studying, the road ahead wASN’t the easiest. What we hadn’t anticipated, though, was that their very right to be together as a family and to bring up their child together...


NTSG: upcoming training
post

...here to book 8 November – Strengthening the participation of young people with ASNs in Children’s Services Planning (in partnership with the Highland Children’s Forum) Time: 9:30am-4:30pm Venue: Smithton-Culloden Free...


"It's social engineering and it's morally wrong"
post

...£180 million, taking the total to over £300 million. But the impact of the [UK Government] cuts hASN’t fully been felt yet. And the impact is estimated to be well over £2 billion in the Scottish economy by the mid ‘20s. The £300 million has...


"There have been too many promises of change, followed by a failure to act"
postAdditional support additional support for ASL ASN Education

Leading and learning on inclusion
post

...the websiteunder five categories, including the number of pupils with an official decision of SEN (ASN) and gender breakdown of these pupils. This data may be of interest to a range of people in Scotland. Scotland was one of three countries...


Girls and autism: a hidden minority?
post

...Girls and autism: a hidden minority? Posted on 25 Aug 2021 by Jennifer Drummond ASL ASN Autism Too often, girls and young women with autism are overlooked and struggle to get a diagnosis until they reach crisis point....

ASL ASN Autism

News: New Members Bill to give legal right to transition support
post

...Sept 2021 by Jennifer Drummond. Main image: Phil Wilkinson Additional support ASL ASN Education transitions New proposed legislation has been lodged with the Scottish Parliament to secure the statutory right to a...

Additional support ASL ASN Education transitions

Calls for cuts to Universal Credit to be abandoned
post

...Poppy, who said: “Without the £20 a week increase, I was having to budget but the money just wASN’t stretching to my bills. So for me, £20 a week is a lifeline. It buys Poppy’s packed lunches and her food for the week. “The government...

Benefits child poverty News universal credit