Some of the entries which have been entered into the NLC Climate Change Competition and could appear in the NLC ‘Action on Climate Together’ Video and COP 26.
SDS are hosting a national options event for the parents / carers of S2 pupils on Thursday 25/02/21 . If you would like to take part you will need to register at the following website Helping your child with S2/3 subject choices Tickets, Thu 25 Feb 2021 at 18:30 | Eventbrite
Senior Phase Digital Consortium Arrangements August 2020- December 2020
North Lanarkshire’s Digital Classroom is an exciting an innovative way to deliver teaching and learning whilst preparing children and young people for digital approaches to learning used in further education and in the world of work. The development of digital learning was being planned in North Lanarkshire, however was accelerated in response to COVID-19 Health and Safety measures resulting in young people staying in their own schools rather than travelling to be taught in another establishment.
Last term, your child was one of many taking part in subject learning which part of the locality consortium arrangements was. This was learning that was being delivered digitally from another school. To help inform our future planning and as part of the ongoing monitoring of this work I would be very grateful if you could complete a short survey.
Parent/Carer Questionnaire – https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/VJ72MS/
Views of parents, young people and staff are important to any development work within Education and Families and will inform future approaches. Your child has also been asked to complete a short survey and so have the school staff who deliver these lessons digitally.
I appreciate your time and support and thank you in advance for completing this survey.
As announced by the Scottish Government a small number of S4-S6 will return to school next week to undertake practical coursework required for SQA assessment.
Please click on the link below to view the timetable. Class teachers will contact all pupils via MS Teams to let them know which group they are in (if applicable)
We at Braidhurst appreciate that the current restrictions can provide challenges for all of us that we might not have anticipated. We know things can change quickly creating both barriers and opportunities in all aspects of life. As a school we want to know how all our parents / carers are doing at this time supporting their child. If you could possibly complete the short questionnaire we would be really grateful. Thank you.
Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and the closure of the school, Skills Development Scotland cannot deliver career services face to face, but they are still there to help.
You can contact your school Careers Adviser Joseph Martin, for career information, advice and guidance on 07827 883140 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org as well as visiting
I hope this letter finds you and your family well. I thought I would give you an update on last week and on how we intend to move forward.
Microsoft Teams is now up and running for every class. Every pupil should be assigned to their class. They are also assigned to a year group enabling us to meet with them on a weekly basis and answer any questions they may have and provide information relevant to their specific year group. These will be organised through Teams as follows:-
S1 – Monday 1.15pm
S2 – Tuesday 1.15pm
S3 – Wednesday 12.10pm
S4 – Tuesday 12.10pm
S5 – Tuesday 1.30pm
S6 – Thursday 1.30pm
If you, or your child, are experiencing any difficulty, we might be able to help in the following ways: –
- No ICT or internet access. Phone the school on 01698 274999 and ask to speak to the Principal Teacher of Pupil Support who is on duty. Due to COVID protocols we cannot have all Principal Teachers in each day.
- Lost or forgotten GLOW Username or password. If you visit the school website and complete the form someone will get back to you. Alternatively phone the school to ask that this be reset.
- Having difficulty accessing specific aspects of the curriculum. In the first instance ask your son/daughter to message their class teacher through Teams. If this doesn’t fix the problem, then contact their Principal Teacher of Pupil Support by phoning the school or send an email as follows:
Laura Lyttle: email@example.com
Jenna Young: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark Paterson: email@example.com
Marie McHugh: firstname.lastname@example.org
Angela McIntyre: email@example.com
Speak to us about any pastoral issues. Phone the school on 01698 274999 and ask to speak to the duty Principal Teacher of Pupil Support. In an emergency, please ask to speak to the member of the senior management team on duty.
This week we will be checking to see how well pupils have been engaging with their online learning. It is vital all pupils engage with the work being set. We will review the information provided by staff and be in touch if there is an issue.
Some parents/carers have been in touch requesting information on online learning and how they can support their child access and complete work. We are in the process of organising an online information session for parents, details will be communicated to parents when this has been arranged.
S4/5/6 Reports will be posted out during the week beginning the 8th of February.
In the meantime, we appreciate this is a stressful time for everyone. We ask for your patience and support in helping your child get through this challenging and unprecedented period. If you have any worries or concerns, we are here to help. Please keep in touch and let us know of any concerns or issues and we will do our utmost to help.
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