Rights of EU Citizens in Scotland


This is  a link to information about EU citizens rights in Scotland.

In addition to existing support under the Stay in Scotland campaign, the Scottish Government commissioned JustCitizens.Scot, a legal centre for justice and human rights, to develop a range of factsheets for EU citizens. This guidance explains the rights of EU citizens in Scotland to vote, work and access healthcare, education, housing and benefits. These are now available in English, Polish, Romanian, Lithuanian, Spanish and Italian.

Factsheets for the following are also available :

Refugee Week 15th – 20th June 2020

Refugee Week 2020 is a celebration of the contributions, creativity and resilience of refugees. Founded in 1998 and held every year around World Refugee Day on the 20 June.

This website has various ideas to contribute to and take part in celebrations this week.  The Children and Young People’s Section has some good ideas for schools, teachers and pupils.


Support for Multilingual Families at Home

Time Together Booklet


On the National Literacy Trust website you will find some translated leaflets to support multilingual families with their young child’s development at home with some suggestions on chatting together, singing songs and sharing books in their home language.

There are other useful resources can be found on this website too such as Family Zone with ideas from Birth to age 12; Zone in with specific ideas for students aged over 12; Grammar, Spelling and reading support and many other literacy related ideas for pupils parents and teachers.

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