Disabled children in Wales are not getting enough support when it comes to attending schools of their choice. That's according to a new report by the Children's Commissioner, Sally Holland.
She says she wants to see councils and the Welsh Government play a more proactive role in enabling pupils and their families to make informed choices.
The report shows only one of Wales' 22 local authorities sought the views of young people for their plan on how the authority should improve the experiences of disabled pupils in its school.
The Children's Commissioner says more needs to be done by local and Welsh Governments to change this, so there is less reliance on individual schools to plan for the needs of pupils with physical disabilities.
Malin, a 14-year-old wheelchair user said his school made adjustments to meet his needs.
Immy, a student at Whitchurch High in Cardiff, said more support is needed for young disabled pupils.
The Welsh Government say they are drawing up new guidance to meet the needs of disabled pupils: