e-Sgoil is now accepting student registrations for its programme of real time interactive Study Support.  These sessions are designed to complement classwork, not replace it. Please register here!

Click the hyperlink to access the weekly timetable for the subjects on offer at different levels from National 4 to Advanced Higher.

Webinars for English, Maths, Social Subjects and Sciences start in the week beginning 26 Sep 2022. All other webinars start w.b. 31 October.


Scholar is an online portal run by Heriot Watt & provides online support and study guides for many subjects at Nat 5, Higher and Advanced Higher Level. a parent’s section can support learning at home



As part of the national learning offer, all students across Scotland can access to the many learning resources developed by West OS.

They have created 2800 recorded resources that can complement class lessons. Click right or here to view resources (by subject) via your GLOW launch pad

FV Regional Improvement Collaborative Resources

The Forth Valley Regional Improvement Collaborative have recorded supported study lessons on their YOUTUBE channel.

Click here to view these resources at National 5, Higher and Advanced Higher Levels.

BBC Bitesize

To personalise your Bitesize materials and visit your learner sites you will need to register with BBC Bitesize

Register With BBC Bitesize

BBC Bitesize National 4

BBC Bitesize National 5

BBC Bitesize Higher

National Parent Forum Of Scotland

Pointers for parents. This guide has been produced by the National Parent Forum of Scotland
The ‘In a Nutshell’ series is designed to support parents/carers at home to help their child through the National Qualifications.
Included in this resource is information about the new qualifications as well as resources to support learning and revision IN A NUTSHELL

National 4
National 5

The Science of Learning

“When we think about learning, we typically focus on getting information into students’ heads. What if, instead, we focus on getting information out of students’ heads?”

Retrieval practice is a research-based strategy that raises students’ performance. When students retrieve and bring information to mind, this produces long-term learning.
Watch the video below on how retrieval practice works

The Science Behind Revision

Retrieval Practices

SQA Supports

View the support section from the SQA website which includes ‘My Coursework’ booklets and advice on preparing for exams.

Please Click Here To open Or Download

Coping With Exam Stress

Coping with exam stress

Information and guidance from Young Minds

Link added here

School leaflet on Managing Stress

Extra-curricular Clubs