Below, you will find direct access to a huge bank of resources which will be of interest to
PUPILS, STAFF and PARENTS/CARERS alike.
It has been divided into different categories as below, based on Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) levels (Please note that these levels and ages are only guidance and you may find suitable resources in other sections too).
The Google Classroom code for HOPS is 2dtuojs
Please use this Classroom to access all resources along with the timetable on Padlet.
You will need to use your Highland Google account.
Welcome to Highland's Online Primary School for P4 - 7 (HOPS). Our 'Pop-up' Primary School.
Pupils, Parents & Carers:
Our online timetable is to assist pupils at home who are at home and is not intended to replace any online learning work that is set by schools. HOPS should help parents when pupils need additional work and tasks set on HOPS are ones that are designed to be used independently, taking pressure of parents and carers supervising home learning.
For pupils who have just started isolating, use week 1 as each week builds on the next in this 4 week block. The daily structure is there to help, but you don't have to complete it all! Use what you need and dip into the lessons. Every day has a theme associated with skills that we need, to be successful learners. These skills are from Blooms Taxonomy and help support the development of independent learning.
The padlet (virtual timetable) is available on the Google Classroom. So please can......
Pupils join the Google Classroom to access all resources. You will need to use your Chromebook and login with your school Google account here or join using the class code 2dtuojs
Teachers; please feel to use the resource in your own classroom. All videos are pre-recorded so they can be used at anytime. You are also welcome to join the classroom too.
*Guidance for the use of HOPS supplementary learning resource:
Guidance for online learning support in Highland
For Pupils & Young People: You have access to the Highland Digital Schools Hub, which helps you if you are stuck with using a digital device or app. There are lots of videos here to watch and there are also resources to help with your learning: Please save the website as a favourite, so you can find it: https://sites.google.com/millburnacademy.org.uk/highlanddigitalschoolshub/home
Health & Wellbeing
Resources for other Curricular Areas can be found using the following links...
Bumps to Bairns
Is a website full of early years information and resources.
Play ideas - If you are looking for ideas how to help young children learn at home through play, scroll down! Or search using the tags.
Help with children’s development - If you are looking for more general information about early child development and how to support this, then please use the menus on the website.
Highland School's Live Learning Wall
Please see below for some learning ideas that you can complete at home. Please remember to scroll ALONG and DOWN to see the full range of resources. You can hover the mouse on each column and scroll to access each tile and expand the screen by clicking on the top right hand corner of the noticeboard (Padlet).
Calling all Educators!
Build out your teaching toolkit during the school closures with these best-in-class resources. The best applications to support digital learning.
e-Sgoil publish a weekly timetable intended to support all learners isolating at home. The e-learning school also offer support for young people studying SQA subjects.
All learners in Scotland have access to additional support through the West OS tile via Glow. Additional support can also be accessed through National e-Learning Offer materials search tool.
The BBC also have both live lessons and learning resources which young people can access for all ages: