Supporting Learning at Home

The following links and information are provided to help any pupil studying at home. More subject specific advice can be found within the Faculty pages.

One of the main sources of home support is Google Classroom. This is an online classroom where teachers can post resources and offer online support to our pupils. Pupils have GLOW logins and can access google classroom from the Glow Portal. Mr Campbell has put together a couple of guides to help you with this.

How to access Google Classroom from a Laptop or PC

How to access Google Classroom from the app via a smartphone or tablet

In addition to the detailed subject specific support there are a number of useful websites that pupils can use to support their learning at home. Links to these are shown below;

Scholar Access

S3 pupils

There is a generic log on for all S3 pupils to allow them to see all of the Nat 5 SCHOLAR courses. 

Username:          ges3nat5

Password:           bird70pear

If pupils use this log on they can use all the aspects of the SCHOLAR materials including some useful video tutorials 

S4 and S5 Pupils

All of our pupils in S4 and S5 will be promoted to the next SCQF level.

This will mean all pupils will have access to their existing subjects AND the same subjects at the level above eg a pupils studying Nat5 Maths and English will also see Higher Maths and English.

Supporting Learning in the Broad General Education (S1-S3)

Primary Resources:

http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/

Doorway Online:

BBC Schools Website:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/websites/4_11/

Top Marks:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/

Brain Pop: (requires sign-in)

https://www.brainpop.com/

BBC Bitesize:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

Supporting Learning in the Senior Phase (S4-S6)

Nationals in a nutshell:

https://www.npfs.org.uk/downloads/category/in-a-nutshell-series/nationals-in-a-nutshell-series/

SQA:

http://www.sqa.org.uk/pastpapers/findpastpaper.htm

Pastoral Care

Finally, whilst we want our young people to thrive academically, we understand that in order to do so they must firstly have good mental health and well-being. Our Pupil Support team at Lanark Grammar continually provide this support in school and their page offers a range of resources to help with this whilst at home.