Learning from Home

Staff are committed to trying to upload lesson materials to each of our google classrooms to help young people that are unable to be with us in the building, stay up to date with the work of the class. However, working from home is very different from working in the classroom; we find pupils at home complete much more work but unfortunately miss out on discussions and other crucial interactions and supplementary explanations or demonstrations. We would recommend that young people further their learning through the sites listed below. These are national organisations committed to supporting learning at all levels from S1 to S6; you should be able to find every topic and more!

e-Sgoil offer support to schools and learners as part of a national e-learning centre.Click to find a summary of this support and details of weekly live sessions hosted on the e-Sgoil website.

BBC Bitesize has thousands of videos, guides, quizzes, and games to help you learn at home.

The SQA website is a great place for those studying for exams. You can find past papers, marking instructions, course outlines and much more.

Spending time looking at the courses you are working on could make all the difference.

No matter your career thoughts so far, or your current year group, this site has something for everyone and is an excellent place to talk about future careers.


Scholar offers 39 online courses for Scottish schools and colleges aligned to the SQA curriculum at National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher level. They draw on the knowledge and experience of teachers and lecturers working in Scottish schools and colleges to develop our course materials. You can access scholar through the GLOW homepage.