Remote Learning Update

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As a follow on from Tuesday’s announcement I would like to provide some more detail regarding our arrangements for our move to remote learning as of Wednesday April 15th.

Please click on the image below to see my Term 2 video before you read anything else.

Principal Update 1

Please read this letter for parents about On-Site Attendance

Parent Letter – Attendance

Please click on the ‘Connecting to online learning’ link below, to find out what we need you to set up at home to prepare for the beginning of Term 2 on Wednesday 15th April.

Connecting to online learning

The ‘Remote Learning’ Page also includes two helpful tutorial videos to assist you with following these set up requirements. We will continue adding more documents to this page to help out.

Remote Learning and On-Site Attendance

As mentioned in my video above and also on my letter, reducing the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19) and supporting the safety and wellbeing of the small number of staff and students in attendance at school is critical.

All students who can learn from home must learn from home. This is a very clear directive from the Victorian Government based on the advice of the Chief Health Officer.

Parents and carers who require their child to attend on-site school learning will need to complete an on-site attendance application using this link in the week prior to their child attending on-site. This online form will need to be completed if you wish to apply for on-site learning by Monday 13th April at 12PM. School will confirm with you whether or not your application has been granted by Tuesday 14th April at 11AM.

From each week following this, you will need to complete the form if you wish to apply for on-site learning by 3PM THURSDAY’s. The school will confirm with you whether or not your application is granted by CLOSE OF BUSINESS on FRIDAY’s.