General Information

Food & Drink Lockdown Challenge

A fun challenge for young people (of all ages), parents, carers and educators. Click below to see how to get involved!

What is the challenge?

The recipe grid.

 

GLOW Connect

Click here to get help and support with Glow

 

Young Scot’s new learning resources

Young Scot’s have created online resources and activities linked to the Experiences and Outcomes of the Curriculum for Excellence. They vary from activities that are solely completed online – to activities that involve writing, creating, making or doing at home.

These new activities and resources support independent learning.

You can visit their learning resource here.

 

Eco-Schools Scotland

The Eco-Schools Scotland team are very excited to announce that thanks to a partnership with e-Sgoil and SCILT, they are delivering online lessons for pupils.

There will be classes for pupils on:

Eco-Schools @ Home: ideas and resources to help you make the improvements at home that are important to you
Young Reporters Scotland: covering what it means to be a “reporter”, the process of going from idea to finished project, tips for writing, photography, and film
Climate Ready Classrooms: a course over 8 sessions preparing young people to become carbon literate ambassadors who plan and act on climate change issues within their own schools and communities, leading to accreditation from the Carbon Literacy Project

Details of how the classes can be accessed by pupils are available on the attached leaflet.

 

Here you will find general information to help with pupils home learning.

A Parents and Student guide to Microsoft Teams.

Pupils are all members of Aberdeenshire Libraries. Click here to get access to free online resources.

Learner and Parent suggested ways to support home learning.

Faculty information to support learning.

The Gordon Schools On-Line learning & Social Media statement.