Responsive & Interactive

Our school has made plans for remote learning to ensure students can access the curriculum and stay in touch with their classmates and teacher.

Teachers have completed their planning for the first two weeks of term two and are now transforming these plans to enable remote and flexible learning​

Emotional support

Students will miss that personal connection with their teacher, friends and classmates. Our school is working towards use of platforms that will still enable connection during remote learning to maintain peer and teacher connection.

Assessment & reporting

Teachers are incorporating assessment tasks into learning plans and with remote learning platforms we are looking at ways we can close the loop in the learning cycle. This will look different for different learning areas and is something we will continue to refine as we move forward.

 Daily Timetable & structure

Structure is important for students and families. We will provide a structure for daily learning for students to follow and which parents can oversee.

​Families will then create a workable timetable that takes into account parents working from home, access to technology and individual circumstances.

Parent involvement

Parents are not teachers. All we ask from our parents is that you support your child to engage in the learning tasks set by the teacher.

It would be great if you explained things that your child is unsure of and answer any of their questions and assist them in some tasks.

It is up to each family to decide the best place for online learning. It might be the bedroom, lounge room or kitchen table. It depends on your circumstances.

Communicating with your child’s teacher