Welcome to our Virtual Learning Hub
We want you to Be the Best at developing your skills, interests, gifts and talents
Campus @WDC is West Dunbartonshire's Virtual Learning Environment. Children and teachers can access resources and lessons to use either in school or at home. Our virtual campus provides video lessons & learning resources to complement existing teaching.
World Book Day 4th March
Are you up for the challenge?
Draw or paint your favourite character from a much loved book and tell us why you love that particular character and book so much - remember to include your name, school and class in the email.
Send your work to us by Friday 5th March: firstname.lastname@example.org
We will post pictures on the ourcloud site and twitter feed.
We would love to see your pictures...
Fairtrade Fortnight - 22 February - 7 March 2021
This Fairtrade Fortnight, schools and families across the UK will come together to learn about, and celebrate, the people who grow our food and drink and explore the topic of ‘Climate, Fairtrade and You’. Young people will have the opportunity to discover how their choices as individuals can make a difference to the lives of people around the world and the planet we share. #ChooseTheWorldYouWant
Weekly Activities and Resources for all the Family
A brand new month lies ahead...here's a little bit of kindness and mindful thought to bring into each day
Get set for the weekend with some fun ideas!
World book Day
Let's get story-telling! Story-bags are a great way to support literacy skills and encourage creativity. Have a look at the video for some fun ideas.
Home Learning in West Dunbartonshire
Listen to Fiona Palin the Depute Head from Vale of Leven Academy talking about home learning in Vale of Leven Academy and across West Dunbartonshire on the BBC Radio Scotland, Good Morning Scotland Programme. Fiona explains the approach to home learning in West Dunbartonshire and how learners are engaging positively to a variety of home learning experiences.
Click to download and listen to: BBC Radio Scotland Interview