Additional Support for Learning
West Lothian Council will meet the needs of all children and young people.
Support may be provided in a mainstream school or in specialist provision, depending on the needs of the child. If you think your child has additional support needs, you should contact your child's school for further information about the support available.
Support services across West Lothian Council work together under one service area to ensure continuity of delivery and service planning to react to changing cohorts of pupils coming through their educational pathway.
The Educational Psychology Service works to improve the wellbeing and educational outcomes of all children and young people in West Lothian through the application of psychology in practice.
The Inclusion and Wellbeing Service (IWS) supports schools in improving the delivery of education provision, learning experiences and opportunities for children and young people with additional support needs across the curriculum in every educational context and setting, enabling all pupils to achieve at their highest potential.