The Right Way: a children’s human rights approach to additional learning needs sets out how local authorities and health boards can fulfill duties of due regard to children’s human rights under the Additional Learning Needs and Education Tribunal Act 2018.

The Right to Way: A Children's Human Rights Approach to Additional Learning Needs

Resources also include an adult guided step-by-step accessible participation toolkit. This sets out how to support a group of children and young people to take part in decision making about how to make a service better. This is an accessible toolkit, designed to be used with all children, including those with additional learning needs.

Accessible Participation Toolkit

You’ll find all the resources here. The Commissioner also welcomes any new case studies that illustrate how you have used this guidance or resources to ensure children’s human rights in your provision for additional learning needs.

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