Learning From Home Information


Home Learning Grids Week 10

P6B Home Learning Grid Week 10

6A Activity Grid Week 10

Primary 1 Home Learning Week 10

P5 Week 10

P3 Home Learning Week 10

P3 Literacy & Numeracy Grid Week 10

Week 7 – 8

P2 Learning Grid Week 6 7 P2 Learning GriP6 Home Learning Grid Weeks 7 – 8d Week 8 -9

P1 Learning Grid Weeks 5 – 6

P2 Learning Grid Week 5-6

P3 Learning Grid Weeks 5-6

P4A Learning Grid Weeks 5-6P4A Learning Grid Weeks 5-6

P4B Learning Grid Weeks 5-6

P6B Learning Grid Weeks 5-6


Please find attached the National Parent Forum of Scotland advice letters for learning from home:

NPFS Learning From Home

NPFS Securing Devices

NPFS Online Safety

UPDATE: Friday 17th April 2020

Please find information about the Paradykes Hub:

Paradykes Hub


Updated Emergency Provisions:

Adapted Combined Emergency food etc 10 April 20

UPDATE: Friday 3rd April 2020

For those who are looking for some extra to do over the Easter Break, we have compiled a home learning grid of activities and challenges. These are optional:

Spring Home Learning Grid BPS

Please find attached information about Emergency Provisions:

Adapted Combined Emergency food etc April 20v1

UPDATE: Thursday 19th March 2020

Your child/children will come home today with login details for GLOW.

All children in P1-3 and some in P4-5 will need to change their password the first time that they login. All P6-7 children have chosen their own passwords. Please note that GLOW will be rolled out gradually with distance learning activities for children. If you have any problems accessing GLOW please email the school.

A parents guide for GLOW is attached below:

GLOW for parents to go!

Home Learning Letter:

Home Learning Letter 2020

Please look at Midlothian Council advice for Covid-19 in the attached letter below:

Covid-19 Information for Parents

UPDATE: Monday 16th March 2020

Some families have been in contact requesting home learning for self-isolating pupils.

You will appreciate that with the numbers of pupils currently self isolating, this is not possible.

Please see below for some suggestions of generic home learning tasks:

  • Practise spellings/phonics
  • Practise times tables/number bonds
  • Keep a diary
  • Read for enjoyment
  • Write a book report
  • Watch a film of a book that you have read and look for similarities/differences
  • Get a family member to give you a big word eg. ACCOMMODATION and see how many smaller words you can make out of those letters
  • Design a poster encouraging people to wash their hands
  • Watch ‘erd Bug’ resources
  • Do a workout like the Sports Committee taught you for BOATS!
  • Choose a famous artist and recreate one of their famous pieces