These stories on the theme of 'our school and community' celebrate how practitioners across Scotland have responded during the COVID-19 crisis.
Find out how Station House Media Unit, Aberdeen, connected with their communities during lockdown.
Find out how a pupil in Stirling looked out for others in the community of Dunblane using activities provided by the Boys' Brigade.
Find out how RSNO provided practical music learning at a time when schools were shut completely.
Rè a’ ghlasaidh-sluaigh, chruthaich Sgoil Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu sreath de phod-chraolaidhean ann an Gàidhlig gus brosnachadh agus taic a thoirt do bhruidhinn agus èisteachd anns a’ Ghàidhlig, tron sgoil agus tro choimhearsnachd na sgoile air fad.
During lockdown, Badcaul and Scoraig Primaries focused on activities to build community between the schools and reinforce that they were together despite being apart.
Find out how Rosewell Primary School and the Parent Council (PC) took a partnership approach to teaching and learning and to support health and wellbeing in the community.
Possobilities Ltd continued learning remotely through Facetime on FaceBook Messenger, Zoom, email, phone callls, and by posting resources and online quizzes.
Members of Falkirk Children’s Services Literacy Team created family learning packs to make learning at home fun, easy and engaging regardless of the resources available.
Fèisean nan Gàidheal organised a range of activities to strengthen the use of Gaelic among young people while at home during lockdown.
The CLD Service based in Denny and District area of Falkirk worked in collaboration with a local community group to respond to the issues faced at the start of the Covid-19 crisis.
Find out how CLD staff at Inverclyde Council were redeployed into other duties as part of a package of support to communities in response to Covid-19.
Find out how Erskine Waterfront Campus staff took on completely different roles in order to keep their education programme going during lockdown.