These stories on the theme of 'our learning and teaching' celebrate how practitioners across Scotland have responded during the COVID-19 crisis.
Sharon Jane Smith and Early Years Education Support Officers Team planned 'Words Up Wednesday' sessions - an online CPD offering for practitioners working mainly within Early Level.
Find out how WEA Scotland transformed its service provision to become a virtual learning organisation within 3 months of lockdown.
During lockdown, Sunflower Family Nurture Centre built relationships with families to ensure they had access to ongoing daily support.
Find out how Falkirk High School supported staff with the skills and confidence to embrace the digital and virtual learning environment they found themselves in.
Glasgow’s Improvement Challenge team (GIC) worked in partnership with the Glasgow Evening Times newspaper to publish a wide range of learning resources and activities to support learning at home across the city.
Find out how The Good Shepherd Centre carried out events to celebrate the achievements of their young people within the limitations of the pandemic.
Cathkin Community Nursery created active learning activity packs for families to use at home.
Find out how the Creative Arts Department at Kibble Education and Care Centre curated a Virtual Fashion Show during lockdown.
During lockdown, St Joseph's RC Primary School tracked pupil engagement to develop an improvement methodology approach for those with lower engagement.
The Donaldson Trust created individual support packages for children, who have complex needs, to maintain routines, structures and emotional wellbeing.
Glasgow Life Learning Team collated and distributed 150 ESOL Learn At Home resource packs for refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants during lockdown.
Falkirk Children's Services worked with Learning Resource Service and Early Years colleagues to create literacy teaching and learning booklets to support their Health and Wellbeing focus during the Covid-19 recovery phase.