These stories on the theme of 'our successes and achievements' celebrate how practitioners across Scotland have responded during the COVID-19 crisis.
An S4 pupil from Sgoil Ghaidhlig Ghlaschu/Glasgow Gaelic School learned to cook from a variety of recipes to enjoy with family during lockdown.
Aberdeenshire Council created a Google site called “Shine a Light on Lockdown” to change the narrative about lockdown and to highlight the positive things that were happening across Aberdeenshire.
During lockdown, St Francis Xavier's carried out an online talent show and the winners were selected and announced by Susan Boyle!
Over lockdown, a pupil from Newton Primary in Stirling got involved with the Boys Brigade and participated in home activities.
Social Enterprise Academy's education team created an opportunity for schools to win a Community Champions Award and encourage children and young people to find safe and innovative ways to continue making a positive impact in their communities.
Pupil, Ailish Forbes, created and maintained an online blog to document her daily activities and how she was coping during lockdown and home learning.
During the summer holiday period, Youth, Family and Community Learning Service delivered the emergency childcare provision across South Lanarkshire.
Dh’ionnsaich sgoilear ÀS4 à Sgoil Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu còcaireachd bho chaochladh reasabaidhean airson am mealadh len teaghlach tron ghlasadh-sluaigh.
North West Community Campus established a small group of pupils to work to gain YPI funding through the Your Community Fund project.