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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
In this edition you will find a new set of learning activities to support your child’s learning at home. There is information and advice for parents and carers on topics including supporting children with additional support needs and transitions for younger children.
Dear Parents and Carers
Please find below letter from Helen Gillanders , Head Teacher Dunbar Primary School that was sent out to all Parents and Carers today Thursday 4th June 2020.
In this issue there are:
great new learning activities on Literacy, Numeracy, Gaelic, as well as Health and Wellbeing, hints and tips for helping children who need additional support, advice for parents and carers on social media and information and advice to support learning transitions.
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Great new learning activities on Literacy and Numeracy,
tips for staying safe online, advice on supporting your child’s social and emotional needs, new Gaelic learning activities and
there is also a creativity challenge to invent your own National Holiday.
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.
What is this?
Find ideas, hints and tips for parents and carers, including activities that children can do on their own or families can do together.
In these uncertain times, parents, carers and families are under a lot of pressure, especially in supporting children to continue to learn. No-one expects parents and carers to take the place of teachers.
This weekly newsletter has ideas, hints and tips for parents and carers, including activities that children can do on their own at home or families can do together.
These activities are intended to complement the activities provided by your school and help your child have a broad range of learning experiences during the school closures. Follow this link to subscribe to the Parents and Carers newsletter.