Learning

We will add links here to support learning at home during this time of School Closures.

Hello everyone! Welcome back, I hope you had a restful holiday. I have collated some extra curricular activities from staff which are in the grid below. These activities develop a range of skills and learning. They are not compulsory. If you do decide to complete some, please share with us @SchoolBroomhill or via the Google classrooms. I will post a new grid each week.

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Mrs Mutch

Below is a link to some information from Miss Murray on –

Ways to support your child

 

Play Scotland provide a wealth of resources to support parents/carers with play and have some interesting articles and supports for supporting play during COVID 19 –

https://www.playscotland.org/

Aberdeen City Digital Learning Hub:  An online support for families.  Lots of activity ideas for families during this time of home learning:

https://sites.google.com/ab-ed.org/digitallearninghub/home

 

BBC Bitesize:  New activities added every day to support home learning:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

Mrs Begg, our PE Specialist has got the technology bug and has started her own Youtube Channel.  Ideas for PE challenges during lockdown:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCip63YDdSF3HpDgIoNAT8bg

Education Scotland –  Scotland Learns: here you will find a range of ideas and suggestions of activities to help parents and carers support their child’s learning at home. The activities are aimed at a variety of ages and new activities are added each week. Choose an activity from the list that your children would like to do. A weekly newsletter for parents and carers also has additional ideas, hints and tips and links to other useful resources.

https://education.gov.scot/scotland-learns

 

The Resilience Alphabet

The Resilience Alphabet was written in collaboration with Alison Mathers Educational Psychologist, Gael Ross, Quality Improvement manager,  @HarveyMcMillan and Education Scotland and includes ideas and activities to help children build inner strength and wellbeing.  For each letter there is a definition, something to think about, something positive to say and some suggestions of things to Make, Do or Write.

resiliencealphabet

 

 

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