Key Documents and information for Pupils, Parents & Carers during the school closure.
Images and Video of One Way system
August Updates for Pupils Returning to School
FAQs in Relation to Returning to School.
Pathways Senior Transition – letter for parents/carers and information for S4-S6 pupils
Free courses for all parents and carers to help understand children’s behaviour and develop nurturing supportive relationships
We’re delighted to let you know about free access to online courses that has just been made available to all parents and carers from the Scottish Government.
Access code TARTAN sign up at https://inourplace.heiapply.com/online-learning/
Solihull Online is a universal resource for parents and carers from the antenatal period to 19 years. It offers a series of modules containing interactive activities, quizzes and video clips. It focusses on developing nurturing and supportive relationships between children and their carers. Its aim is to help parents understand their child’s behaviour in the context of their child’s development and the parent-child relationship. The following courses are available free for parents/carers in Scotland
- Understanding pregnancy, labour, birth and your baby
- Understanding your baby
- Understanding your child
- Understanding your teenager’s brain
The resource is being brought to the public in partnership with NES and the Solihull approach is one that has been widely adopted by health professionals and children’s services practitioners here in Edinburgh for a number of years. Further information is available in the slide below:
For S5/6 planning to apply university next session.
Please see attachment to help you explore which university would be best for you and which course is the most suitable.
Please find above the updated version of listings to help support families in South West Edinburgh at this time. It includes:
- Family Activities
- Parent and carer – support groups and organisations
- Young people
- Additional support needs
- Black and ethnic families
- Financial assistance
- Community food