Our priority at Eastbank Academy is always keeping our young people safe and learning. On this page you will find support and resources to assist you and our young people to stay engaged in rich and meaningful learning while at home.
Subject specific tasks available in most cases will be available via Glow And Microsoft Teams:
You can access Glow here: https://sts.platform.rmunify.com/account/signin/glow
From Glow you can access Show My Home Work. Tasks and activities for some year groups/subjects will be available here:
Glasgow City Council Education Services have developed a Remote Learning Glow site where pupils can access innovative learning experiences during the time when schools are closed, for example, YouTube learning, links to a specific aspect of a website, problem solving/creativity tasks etc. You can access this site (using your Glow login) at the following link:
Some other useful websites for all subjects and levels:
Important information for joining Mathematics Class Teams!
Important information for joining English Class Teams!
Resources for English classes can be found via the following links:
S1 https://bit.ly/3bagZJ6 Access Code: eastbanks12020
S2 https://bit.ly/2x8mdGx Access Code: eastbanks22020
S3 https://bit.ly/2U0J9jO Access Code: eastbanks32020
National 5 https://bit.ly/398WdIs Access Code: eastbankn52020
Higher https://bit.ly/3a7OITe Access Code: eastbankh2020
Please see the following link to a form for parents / carers who work in key vital frontline services, such as the NHS. If you need your child to attend Eastbank Academy during the period of the school closure due to Coronavirus, so that you can still continue to work, please complete the attached form. Please return by e mail to Headteacher@eastbankacademy.glasgow.sch.uk
Join in celebrating our wonderful NHS every Thursday by clapping and singing “Somewhere over the Rainbow” 🌈 More information can be found at the link below:
Important update from SQA: “Encourage your learners to get ‘results ready’ with MySQA
The easiest way for your learners to receive their National Qualifications results this summer is via our MySQA service. We are promoting MySQA across our own social channels, but we know that not all learners will see or engage with our messages. Any help you can offer by encouraging them to sign-up – either by sharing our messages through your own channels, or by simply directing learners towards MySQA – is greatly appreciated.
Learners must sign up at www.mysqa.org.uk before 5 pm on Tuesday 14 July 2020. To register, all they need is their Scottish Candidate Number (SCN) and a valid email address. They can then choose to receive their results by text and/or email.
For learners already registered for MySQA, we’re asking them to check their details are correct and update their preferences.
Learners expecting their results for National Courses and awards, National Certificates, National Progression Awards, and Skills for Work courses, will receive their results no later than Tuesday 4 August.
Further guidance for parents, carers and learners is available on our website.“