What Scotland Learned: Badcaul and Scoraig Primaries

During lockdown Badcaul and Scoraig Primaries focused on activities to build community between the schools and reinforce that they were together despite being apart. These involved all 14 children across the two schools and staff, parental and community support. 

“Some of the contributions are from the youngest nursery children. The quilt was assembled by a local who is part of the school community through the inter-generational games sessions under normal circumstances.”

“The quilt is a lasting reminder of lockdown and the things that made us happy during that time. There is a sense of accomplishment in what we have created: personal achievement alongside collaboration.”

Read their story and the impact they have observed at Badcaul and Scoraig Primaries.

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