These stories on the theme of 'our relationships' celebrate how practitioners across Scotland have responded during the COVID-19 crisis.
Falkirk High School provided a virtual transitional experience for P7 pupils and their families to ensure they were informed, supported and included within, what would be their new, Falkirk HS community.
Little Hands Nursery understood that maintaining relationships would be key to supporting families during lockdown and to help support smooth transitions back into nursery.
MCR Pathways continued mentoring virtually for care-experienced and disadvantaged young people, which was crucial to ensuring young people were not cut from life-changing support.
Holyrood Secondary School staff developed their digital literacy skills to develop creative approaches to engage learners during lockdown.
Youth, Family and Community Learning Service designed activity packs to engage with new learners and to maintain well established relationships with communities across South Lanarkshire.
During the summer holidays, Youth, Family and Community Learning Service staff based within KEAR Campus, delivered weekly support to each young person from a designated keyworker and those identified as vulnerable by Social Work.
Find out how Allan's Nursery and Primary School in Stirling connected with families during lockdown and how this had a positive impact on the community.
The youth work team in Aberdeen regularly engaged with 175 young people, offering wide-ranging support to address safety and welfare, emotional health and wellbeing and confidence to continue schoolwork online.
It was very important for staff at Fraserburgh North School in Aberdeenshire to keep in touch with families during lockdown to support them at such a challenging time.
Over lockdown, NHSG Workplace Nursery remained open and quickly adapted their practice to include more learning experiences outdoors with children of key workers.
During lockdown, Aspire Education endeavoured to ensure continuity of provision and opportunity for constructive engagement.
Find out how Carmuirs Primary School built relationships with new Primary 1 children and their families during lockdown.