Support Learning at Home
A wide range of sites to help you to support your child's learning at home. We'd like to bring special attention to Clermiston Primary School's Learning Boosts YouTube channel, which is updated regularly and coincides with workshops run in school.
All other sites are recommended, however their content is not the responsibility of Clermiston Primary School.
If there are any sites you think should be here, please let us know via firstname.lastname@example.org
|A whole variety of activities across all ages and areas of the curriculum|
|Support your child with maths|
|Education Scotland Parentzone|
|Advice and guidance about how to support learning at home|
|I See Maths Home Learning Videos|
|Learn a variety of maths topics with videos by Gareth Metcalfe|
|Vlogs to support your child with early Literacy and Numeracy skills|
|National Galleries Art Activities|
|Weekly creative activities that have been designed for children of all ages|
|Oxford Reading Tree|
|Tips for supporting reading and times tables at home|
|Parent Club - Read, Write, Count|
|You'll find tips from parents all across Scotland to help make your life a little easier.|
|Scottish Book Trust|
|Encourage Reading - Advice sheets for parents and carers|
|Bring a little art into your lives with the Tate gallery! Activities, games and clips|
|A new Online Safety Home Learning pack|
Additional Support Needs
An additional support need comes from anything which is a barrier to learning. Most, or all, schools will have some children with additional support needs of some kind. The education authority has many legal duties towards pupils with additional support needs.
Information about this is contained in a booklet called In On The Act : Information For The General Public which is published on the education authority website at www.edinburgh.gov.uk/inontheact or contact the additional support for learning team on telephone number 0131 469 3444.