Fife’s biggest high school has reminded pupils they can access help with homework online.
Levenmouth Academy said it had placed a significant amount of information on its website for young people, families and the wider community.
The move follows 18 months of work to improve digital technology at the Buckhaven school.
It means the 1,700 pupils can find coursework for every subject via links on the school’s website.
Depute headteacher Forbes Maginnis said the 200 staff had worked incredibly hard.
“We are now in a situation where online learning is playing an even more vital role in the continuity of our young people’s education and over the past two weeks, they have all pulled together as one team to create an incredible set of online resources that we are really proud of,” he said.
“Every department now has a subject-specific website, ensuring that all young people can have access to education that is relevant, appropriate and linked to the Scottish curriculum.”
The site can be reached at www.levenmouth academy.org.uk
Other updates are provided via the school’s Twitter page.