Take part in free biodiversity activities for P4 to P7 pupils learning at home or in school.
Global citizenship, equality and diversity
Learners with Complex Support Needs
Resources and guidance to support learning at home.
Supporting remote learning
The latest range of resources which make up Education Scotland support for remote learning.
YouthLink Scotland Learning for Sustainability hub
Resources on outdoor learning, global citizenship, sustainable development, youth social action, political literacy and climate change.
Additional Support for Learning: Action Plan
Scottish Government, COSLA and ADES are collaborative partners
Dyslexia Identification Pathway
An animation from Dyslexia Scotland explains.
Be kind on St Andrew’s Day 23rd Nov.
Scotland’s national day is an opportunity to celebrate kindness and fairness.
Sense Scotland Home Activities
A wealth of activities and ideas for when we are being asked to stay at home.
Scottish Teenage Book Prize
Scottish Book Trust encourages teenagers to join the biggest book club and vote!
Outdoor Learning and Learning for Sustainability Wakelet
Education Scotland have curated online resources that support learning.
Climate ready classrooms
Join a network of carbon literate ambassadors acting on climate change in schools and communities.
OECD Independent Review of Curriculum for Excellence
The Review has begun withpractitioners and stakeholders involved in the coming months.
Includes a bank of online resources to introduce skills from the creative industries
Back to school
A resource for educators supporting a rights-based approach to recovery, from Children’s Parliament
Social stories on mental health and bullying
Able2Learn have launched a free-to-access series on mental health and bullying:
Working with deaf learners in ESOL learning
Information and advice on working with deaf learners in the ESOL setting
The powerful effects of drawing on learning
4 ways to incorporate drawing in your teaching.
‘It’s all about relationships’
Education environments which are relational and trauma-sensitive will be crucial.
#onlineblackmail educational resource for 15-18 year olds
A one hour session supports young people to spot signs and get help www.thinkuknow.co.uk/professionals/resources/online-blackmail
National Qualifications 2020 Awarding
An update in response to the cancellation of this year’s exams.
We’ll meet again: resources to support the return to school
Assembly ideas and classroom activities from Place2Be.
Knowing Me Knowing You 2
A free wellbeing learning resource for schools from Playback Learning Academy.
Covid-19 and nuclear weapons
Peace Education Scotland aim to advance knowledge of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction. They have published new home learning packs on Covid-19 and nuclear weapons.
Scotland Learns weekly newsletter for parents and carers
Ideas, hints and tips for learning and activities at home
Transitions in 2020
COVID-19 has created a complex blend of transitions. These resources identify issues and offer support.
Teaching about rights is important
Children to understand how rights apply to them and their lives.
Inclusion, Wellbeing and Equality resources
Curated by Education Scotland a Wakelet is a collection of links to materials stored online that can be used for this curriculum area.
How to maximise distance learning
Teachers are getting to grips with remote learning – what does research say about best practice?https://www.tes.com/magazine/article/coronavirus-how-maximise-distance-learning
Relationships, Sexual Health and Parenthood education
A national resource for educators and learners aged 3 to 18
50+ of the best virtual author activities.
Independent Review of Curriculum for Excellence
The Government has set out the framework for an independent review of CfE to be led by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Scottish Learner Panel
How does our education system work and feel to those learners who it has been developed to serve? Children’s Parliament have produced a new infographic on findings of the Panel.
Financial Education Resources
Support to provide effective financial education.
Into the wildwoods
This learning for sustainability resource is aimed at teachers, youth group leaders, archaeological educators interested in our native woodlands.
Supporting highly able learners
Resources and professional learning to help you identify and support highly able learners.
What is differentiated learning in numeracy and mathematics?
Differentiated learning involves adapting learning, teaching and assessment to meet the learning needs of individual children. It is not a single approach, but includes a number of elements.
Improving social and emotional learning in primary schools
Teaching strategies, curriculum, whole-school and implementation tips.
Milestones to support learners with complex additional support needs
A refreshed set of milestones with accompanying guidance that will support practitioners to identify the progression of learning for learners working at pre-early Level.
Why does my child have trouble counting?
Counting seems so basic that many people don’t realise how much goes into it.
‘We all have mental health’ is a new online learning resource
From SAMH, providing teachers with an introduction to mental health to allow them to carry out their role.
Courses from Education Scotland + OU.
Dyslexia + CLD
Introduction for CLD practitioners.
Building LGBT inclusion across Curriculum for Excellence.