Glasgow Psychological Service

Putting Psychology into Practice

Useful Resources, Web links and Further Reading

Network News:

Enquire :

Additional Support Services:

Addressing Dyslexia:

‘Better relationships, better learning, better behaviour’, Scottish Govt., 2013

Autism Toolbox: Autism Toolbox


‘Included, engaged and involved’, Scottish Govt., 2011.

How Nurturing is our school: Glasgow City Council. Revised edition, 2014.

Information on Health and Wellbeing in Curriculum for Excellence including experiences and
outcomes, responsibility of all and support materials

Information on Getting it Right for Every Child including named person, lead professional and the
national practice model

Information on Additional Support for learning including the Supporting Children’s learning
Code of Practice, the long term plan of support for implementation and progress reports

Parentzone – Information for parents about education in Scotland and ideas to help parents
support their child’ learning

Respectme – Scotland’s Anti-Bullying Service. Information and advice on all aspects of bullying for
practitioners, parents and pupils. Includes details of respectme’s free training programme, advice
on policy development and campaigning work

Pupil Inclusion Network Scotland – network which supports the work of voluntary sector and
partners with pupils who are vulnerable or excluded

United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child

Scottish Government action plan in response to 2008 concluding observations of the UN Committee
on the Rights of the Child

Education Scotland information pages with information about additional support for learning

Enquire, the Scottish advice service for additional support for learning

Information about the Equality Act:
(The Equality Act is a piece of legislation that protects us all from unfair treatment because of a physical or
other specific characteristic that is fundamental to our being. It also requires public authorities to observe the
need to eliminate discrimination, advance equality and foster good relations.
On 1st October 2010 the majority of the Act came into effect. The Act replaced all previous equality legislation
(including the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, often referred to as the “DDA”) bringing everything together
under one single Act.)

Information on ‘reasonable adjustments for disabled pupils’

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