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Parents and Carers Newsletter 26th June 2020

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June 2020
Issue 8

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We are delighted to bring you the newest edition of the Scotland Learns: Parents and Carers Newsletter. You can see the latest issue of this newsletter here.

 

We hope you have found the learning activities, links, hints and tips in #ScotlandLearns supportive and useful.

 

In this newsletter you will find:

  • new learning activities on literacy, numeracy, Gaelic, as well as health and wellbeing;
  • advice on supporting children who are deaf; 
  • hints and tips for helping your child with reading;
  • advice for those planning to go to college;
  • and a fun creativity challenge.
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We would be grateful if you could share this newsletter with others and let them know that they can subscribe to receive it direct to their inbox.

 

You can also see previous editions of this newsletter on our Scotland Learns website, alongside all the learning activities to date.

 

This newsletter is specifically for parents and carers. The activities do not require lots of materials and the tasks are designed to encourage children’s creativity and independence.

Parents and Carers Newsletter 18th June 2020

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June 2020
Issue 7

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We are delighted to bring you the latest edition of the Scotland Learns: Parents and Carers Newsletter. You can see the latest issue of this newsletter here.

ImageIn this edition there are:

  • new learning activities on literacy, numeracy, Gaelic, as well as health and wellbeing;
  • advice on supporting children with visual impairment;
  • useful links, information and support on dealing with racism from Young Scot and Childline;
  • ideas about looking back and reflecting on achievements, changes and actions;
  • and a great creativity challenge.
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We would be grateful if you could share this newsletter with others and let them know that they can subscribe to receive it direct to their inbox.

 

This newsletter is specifically for parents and carers. The activities do not require lots of materials and the tasks are designed to encourage children’s creativity and independence.

Scotland Learns Website

You can also see previous editions of this newsletter on our Scotland Learns website, alongside all the learning activities to date.

 

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Parents and Carers Newsletter 11 June 2020

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We are delighted to bring you the latest edition of the Scotland Learns: Parents and Carers Newsletter. You can see the latest issue of this newsletter here.

In this edition there are:

  • new learning activities on literacy, numeracy, Gaelic, as well as health and wellbeing;
  • advice for supporting children with dyslexia; 
  • information on transitions for young people starting and leaving secondary school;
  • a new resource on supporting young carers in education at this time;
  • a great creativity challenge.
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We would be grateful if you could share this newsletter with others and let them know that they can subscribe to receive it direct to their inbox.

 

This newsletter is specifically for parents and carers. The activities do not require lots of materials and the tasks are designed to encourage children’s creativity and independence.

You can see previous editions of this newsletter on our Scotland Learns website, alongside all the learning activities to date.

 

We are focused on supporting practitioners, learners, parents and carers.

Parent and Carer Newsletter 4th June

 
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June 2020
Issue 5

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Thank you for signing up to our Scotland Learns: Parents and Carers Newsletter. You can see the latest issue of this newsletter here.

In this edition there are:

 

  • new learning activities on literacy, numeracy, as well as health and wellbeing,
  • advice for helping children with attention and hyperactivity difficulties with learning at home; 
  • information on transitions for children starting early learning and primary;
  • tips for preparing children and young people with autism on a return to school;
  • updated information about going outdoors and
  • a great creative drawing challenge.
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This newsletter is specifically for parents and carers. The activities do not require lots of materials and the tasks are designed to encourage children’s creativity and independence.

You can see previous editions of this newsletter on our Scotland Learns website.

 

We are very much focused on supporting practitioners, learners, parents and carers during the unchartered period of learning at home.

For Scotland's learners, with Scotland's educators

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Good Luck to our Class of 2020

Class of 2020 - The Family of St John's wishes you the very best. Remember, this is good luck, not goodbye. Many thanks to Miss MacLean for producing our good luck video.

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