Just a reminder to everyone that school finishes next Friday for the end of term three at 2:30pm (there will be no specialist Google Meet that afternoon).
I am sure everyone is looking forward to a break. Even though we will not be able do too much, a break from computers and school work will be very welcome.
Week one of term 4 is still remote learning for everyone. Work packs can be collected on Monday 5th October.
From 12th October, Prep - Year 2 students will be able to return to onsite learning (providing COVID transmission numbers stay low).
At this stage, it is unknown when year 3 - 6 students will return onsite. They will continue with remote learning during term 4 until further notice.
The semester one report, whilst very different to previous reports, was handed out to students yesterday (Thursday 25th June). Parents are able to access their child's report through the Compass portal on the school's website or via the Compass App if you have installed it.
Reports can be viewed from your child's profile page.
Letters about how to access Compass were sent home with one of the work packs during remote learning. If you did not receive a letter, or cannot access Compass, please email the school - firstname.lastname@example.org
The program is relevant to families with children between 2 and 16 years and provides strategies to deal with specific challenges, such as building children’s resilience and dealing with conflict.
There are courses specifically for parents of toddlers to tweens, and for parents of pre-teens to teens.
It gives parents strategies to:
Stage 4 restrictions came into effect on 2nd August and has impacted how schools are able to operate.
Most staff are working from home more often and only very few students are onsite whose parent/s are permitted workers and where no other arrangements can be made.
A curfew is in place between the hours of 8pm until 5am. This means you must be at your home during these hours. The only reasons to leave home between 8pm and 5am will be work, medical care and caregiving.
There are rules that apply with the above. You can find more information on the link below.
As much as you can, you must stay at home. When you leave home, you must use a face covering, unless you have a lawful reason for not doing so.
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