As we embark on this E-Learning journey together, it is imperative to look after the well-being of everyone in our school community. Many may feel excited at the prospect of using new software and virtual tools to engage in learning, whereas, others may feel daunted at the prospect of their daily routines changing. Consideration and understanding will be crucial as we support, encourage and come together during these unprecedented times.
We recommend that our learning community do not spend endless hours on the computer. Therefore, teachers will be uploading activities for each day before 9am. This will give pupils/parents the opportunity to print, screenshot or make a note of the activities that need completed. This should minimize the time spent on the computer. We believe all students should still be engaging in physical activity and spending quality time with their families.
We have put contingency plans in place to lessen the impact on pupils´ learning during school closure and will be running classes remotely via our online platforms. Teachers will set activities, respond to questions, provide support and share tutorial videos etc. using the various online platforms discussed at the recent Parent Workshops.
Kindergarten, Transition and Grade 1:
- Class Dojo and Blue Jeans
Grade 2, Grade 3 and Grade 4:
Grade 5 and Grade 6
Our priority remains to continue to support the children in their education.
Pupils are expected to engage in the activities that have been set and to upload evidence of their learning electronically. Staff will continue to be available to pupils to help and support them via email and the online communication methods, detailed above, during normal working hours.