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How to – helfpful guides for pupils uploading work

  Some of our teachers have put together  these ‘How to’ guides to help children upload their work to google classroom,  We hope you find this helpful.  Remeber your child…

Struggling with sleep issues?

The current situation has led to many of our young people having issues with sleep. Sleep is important for our mental, emotional and physical wellbeing.  In order to support parents…

Digital Learning

Advice for Parents on Digital Learning from ACC Learning online is new for many pupils and parents.  This document provides advice on how to setup  forlearning, to be part of…

Keep Growing Aberdeen – Seedling Sharing

Keep Growing Aberdeen  Seedling Sharing Project – Torry  Do you want to try growing, sharing and cooking what you can grow from seeds at home?  Are you self-isolating, have an…

Outdoor Activities During Lockdown

Please see link below for fun activities for Outdoor Learning from the Countryside Rangers.  Lots of greast ideas and fun things to do including making a bird feeder, leaf matching,…

Families Outside – support for familes affected by imprisonment

Visits to prisons have been suspended, and any contact families are able to make has become increasingly challenging.  This loss of face to face contact and  the restrictions placed on…

Help during COVID-19

If you, or someone you know, are struggling finanically, mentally or socially, please contact Inchgarth Community Centre – Call or text – 07546 336 995 Email – inchgarthcc1@btinternet.com This a…

Aberdeen City Council Education Newsletter

Please find below a link to the first Education newsletter to be provided to parents/carers.   https://sway.office.com/eXkvW8DMMby75EP1?ref=Link  

Coronvirus – supporting children

Please see the links below for information from NHS Grampian in supporting children with their feelings and worries during this Coronavirus pandemic

Domestic Abuse

Know anyone experiencing Domestic Abuse? Helpline 0800 027 1234 or website safer.scot Police – 999 or 101