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National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 06 January 2021
Station House Media Unit, Aberdeen

Find out how Station House Media Unit, Aberdeen, connected with their communities during lockdown.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 06 January 2021
Pupil, Stirling

Find out how a pupil in Stirling looked out for others in the community of Dunblane using activities provided by the Boys' Brigade.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 06 January 2021
Gracemount Community Team, Edinburgh

Find out about ‘Lunch Stop' - a community food and hygiene bank provided by Gracemount Community Team in Edinburgh.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 06 January 2021
Sgoil Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu/Glasgow Gaelic School (Gaelic)

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.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 01 January 2017
Community Resilience and Social Studies

This mapping guide shows clear links between social studies and community resilience.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 06 January 2021
Badcaul and Scoraig Primaries, Highland

During lockdown, Badcaul and Scoraig Primaries focused on activities to build community between the schools and reinforce that they were together despite being apart.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 06 January 2021
Rosewell Primary School, Midlothian

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.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 06 January 2021
Possobilities Ltd, Glasgow City

Possobilities Ltd continued learning remotely through Facetime on FaceBook Messenger, Zoom, email, phone callls, and by posting resources and online quizzes.

National Improvement Hub
PUBLISHED DATE: 06 January 2021
Bothkennar Education Hub, Falkirk

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.