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.


There are exciting mini-projects for all ages, across a wide range of subjects & much more for you to peruse & be inspired by.

Click on the button below to head over to the Campus@WDC virtual campus!

We have also created some new pages linking you to some great online resources to support home learning - click on the link below

Weekly Activities and Resources for all the Family

WDC Home Learning Books - April Edition Out Now!

Have you taken a look at our WDC Home Learning Books? They are available monthly and full of challenges that encourage learners to watch, read, do, play & create as they learn! April edition out now! Just scroll to the bottom of the page enjoy! *Previous editions are available on our Home Learning Book page.

Easter Break: Spring Path Days

Looking for something to do this Easter break? Make new family memories and get involved in #SpringPathDays!

The #SpringPathDays campaign is all about enjoying the outdoors and making new family memories. There are got lots of ideas to keep children busy with easy, nature-based activities. pathsforall.org.uk/springpathdays

Let us know if you get involved, send us your pictures and we will share them on the site. campus@ourcloud.buzz

CHS Easter STEM Challenge

Try out Clydebank High's STEM Challenge this Easter break!

The egg drop challenge can be done individually or as a family competition!

Let us know how you get campus@ourcloud.buzz or through Twitter: @WDCEducation @CHS_Technical @clydebankhigh #STEMCHS

WWF's Earth Hour's Great Scottish Canvas

The Great Scottish Canvas is a creative call out to the people of Scotland and will channel our hopes for a better future. We are asking children to use this year’s Earth Hour to paint a picture, craft a poem, doodle or write something which illustrates the future Scotland they want – a future where we tackle the climate and nature crises and create a greener, fairer future for all.

A selection of creative pieces will make up the virtual Great Scottish Canvas exhibition that will be displayed to the public and decision makers in this crucial year for our planet. We will open the virtual exhibition for the new Scottish Parliament when MSPs take their seats, and put them on display as world leaders gather for the UN climate conference at Glasgow in November.

How to take part and submit an entry?

The Great Scottish Canvas is open for submissions from Monday 15th March and will accept entries up until 5pm on Sunday, 2 May 2021.

Send an email to GreatScottishCanvas@wwf.org.uk with:

· Your full name · Your postcode · Preferred contact details

· If you are under 18 an adult (or teacher) should submit the entry on your behalf, make sure to include the full name of the parent or other adult with parental responsibility and their contact details

· A short note telling us about your piece

Please submit your entry digitally as a PDF or image file (JPEG or PNG) Your attachment must be either:

1. Photography or scan of your contribution (e.g., scan of painting or drawing; photograph of sculpture, embroidery and other artworks), OR

2. Word or PDF file with written text contributions (e.g., poems and short

3. For both a) and b) files should be at least 2MB and no larger than 10MB. Ideally, the resolution of an image file should be minimum 300 dpi

If you have any questions about submitting your entry, you can contact:GreatScottishCanvas@wwf.org.uk

The first day of a brand-new week. A fresh start and a time to reflect on the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

Active April

Welcome to April. This month’s Action For Happiness calendar is all about encouraging you to get active, get outdoors. Happier. Kinder. Together.

Life is happier when we get outside and move more. Join us for Active April and give your wellbeing an active boost.

Keeping active is a great way to boost our mental wellbeing. So this month we're encouraging everyone to get moving and get outdoors as much as possible. Whatever your circumstances or physical limitations, you can find your own ways to be a bit more active. We don't need to run marathons - there are simple things we can all do to take care of our bodies, like unplugging from technology, reconnecting with nature and getting more sleep!

Get set for the weekend with some fun ideas!

Spring has Sprung

Art Challenge

What changes are you noticing around you? Have you spotted any bumble bees? What flowers are in bloom? Are the birds singing louder? Do you feel a change in the air?

Spring is a wonderful time of year when so many changes in nature are happening. Spring is a time of new beginnings, spending more time outdoors and enjoying the better weather.

Doesn't the sunshine just put a spring in your step and a smile on your face? Can you draw or paint an image of springtime - what does it mean to you?

We would love to see your work. Please post it to us at campus@ourcloud.buzz by Friday 16th April.

Remember to add your name and school to the email and a little bit of text telling us about the picture you have created. We will share your work here on the ourcloud home page.

News Feed

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



Thank you so much to everyone who sent in pictures to our World Book Day Challenge last week. What colourful creative art work you have all made! Well done.

The wonderful spoon characters have been created by pupils from Dalreoch Primary School: ELCC - Ruaridh, Ollie, Marcus, Cyena, Finn, and Matthew. P1 - Zoe and Leah. P2 - Dominic. P3 - Steven, Charlie and Darragh. P4 - Ross and Lilly. P5 - Erin and Emilee. Isla J . What a fun collection of spoons and we love the dressing up too!

Hermione was drawn beautifully by Karolina Kusiak, P4 St Michael's Primary. Such a colourful picture well done.

Pupils Jennifer Lodhi and Darcy McMahon from St Eunan's P6a drew the wonderful portraits of Luna Lovegood and Darco - excellent drawing skills, well done.

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