The Education Scotland website offers users an integrated online service with access to a range of information and resources for education in Scotland.
Education Scotland's site dedicated to providing parents and carers access to high quality information on education in Scotland and all relevant information on schools.
Thinkuknow is an education initiative by the Child Exploitation and Online Protection (CEOP) Centre. It provides sections for different age groups, each containing advice and activities. Information for parents and teachers is also provided.
A charity website promoting safe use of the internet with sections aimed at educating children and informing adults.
Education City is an online resource subscribed to by Antonine. It provides a range of interactive activities for all stages of pupil development. It is used in class as a tool to assist in providing a range of stimulating lessons for pupils. As part of this, a Home Link can be issued to pupils. Teachers select relevant activities and pupils can then access these at home. There is a charge of £2 to set this link up for your child, which then lasts for the school year. If you are interested please contact your child's class teacher. Parents with more than one pupil at the school should contact a class teacher for information about group discount rates.
Literacy and Numeracy
Scottish Borders have recently completed a Literacy website which has website links and resources to support A Curriculum for Excellence.
Border Maths has tried and tested maths resources and links categorised by level and strand based on Scottish Heinemann Maths scheme.
Maths On Track
The download below is a flyer for Maths On Track resources/events.
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Online games and activities for Numeracy and Literacy in the Early Years.