Please find links to documents regarding Remote Schooling below.
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Suggested Student Remote Learning Schedule
|Attendance 8.30am – 10.00am – Check in with morning Homeroom/LA Task (10 mins)|
|HR/LA 8.40am – 8.55am WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY ONLY|
|Period 1 – 9.00 – 9.45am Scheduled Activity / Task|
|Break 9.45 – 10.00am Break|
|Period 2 – 10.00 – 10.45am Scheduled Activity / Task|
|Recess 10.45 – 11.15am Recess|
|Period 3 – 11.15 – 12.00pm Scheduled Activity / Task|
|Break 12.00 – 12.15pm Break|
|Period 4 – 12.15 – 1.00pm Scheduled Activity / Task|
|Lunch 1.00 – 1.45pm Lunch|
|Period 5 – 1.45 – 2.30pm Scheduled Activity / Task|
|Break 2.30 – 2.45pm Break|
|2.45pm – 3.15pm Afternoon Flexible Learning Options |
For Scheduled assessments/research tasks
Students will work on assigned tasks/activities that may have been scheduled from the day
|Homework/study recommendations||Year 7-9- complete any outstanding tasks from the day and complete at least 20 minutes of reading per day (technology free). Also complete one of the suggested technology free activities below |
Year 10- Complete at least 1 hour of study (revising the work from the day or uncompleted work) & 20 mins of reading (prescribed text or choice of reading material. technology free) Also complete one of the suggested technology free activities below
Year 11 Complete at least 1-2 x 45min of study (revising the work from the day or uncompleted work) & 20 mins of reading (prescribed text or choice of reading material. technology free) Also complete one of the suggested technology free activities below
Year 12 Complete at least 2-3 x 45min of study/revision from the day, (Edrolo, draft essay, Studyclix etc or uncompleted/set work) & 20 mins of reading (prescribed text or choice of reading material. technology free) Also complete one of the suggested technology free activities below
|Technology free suggested activities but not limited to….||Read|
Building/making something/passion project
Playing/learning an instrument
Playing cards/board games with family
Making a phone call and talking to a friend or extended family
Writing a letter
Going for a walk/run
Playing a sport in the backyard
Doing a workout via gym equipment, app, Youtube
Assisting with making a meal/bake somethingAssisting siblings with remote learning
- Above is a suggested structure of what a remote learning day could look like for students
- Providing flexible options for remote learning is important and teachers are aware that each student’s requirements and remote learning demands are different.
- We understand that specific demands can impact a student’s ability to complete a structured timetable, however, routine and communication with teachers and peers will be important during remote learning
- Teachers will be available via several communication methods. Please refer to the Remote Learning Handbook for an outline.
- When teachers run specific Teams video sessions or chat sessions they will do so during allocated class time as per the student’s scheduled class. For example, if English is scheduled to run Period 1 Monday that is when the English video/chat sessions would be run (as per the structured timetable above)
- Afternoon flexible learning options are a chance for students to consolidate the day’s work, complete any scheduled extra Teams sessions, undertake practical sessions as directed by the teacher or specific assessment/research tasks undertaken/completed.
- After school Homework/study sessions. As outlined above it is an expectation that students will complete some extra reading/homework/study after 3.15 pm.
- Please refer to the suggestions in the Homework/study section
- It is recommended that all students (Years 7-12) complete at least 20 minutes of non-technology reading per day. For example, students book listed English novel
- VCE students it is an expectation that they complete at least 1-2 (unit 1 & 2) or 2-3 (unit 3 & 4) 45 minute study sessions per night. There would be an expectation that this is also completed on at least 1 day on the weekend.
Parents are asked to;
- Monitor their child’s access to Remote Learning activities, Microsoft Teams, and email and if there are any issues or concerns contact IT support at email@example.com
- Alternatively, contact the child’s subject teacher or LA/Homeroom teacher via email.
- Access PAM for specific work requirements and feedback on completed tasks. PAM is anticipated to be active in week 2 or 3 of remote learning. More information will be sent out about this.
- Help with the management of their child’s access to remote learning resources.
- Have access to student timetables through PAM and to monitor that their child is participating in scheduled classes at the appropriate times. Please refer to the suggested outline above.
- Notify the College via PAM or email to confirm that their child will be absent from online lessons. This will enable the College to monitor student attendance and wellbeing.
- Ensure morning and afternoon Homeroom and LA tasks are completed by students as a form of attendance/participation in remote learning.
On line sessions- Video or Chat via Teams- Student expectations
- All teachers and students are expected to adhere to the Child Safe Guidelines
- All students are expected to abide by the College Internet Use Policy
- All normal classroom expectations regarding behaviour will apply in online sessions.
- Students should complete classwork and any set tasks in preparation for their next timetabled class
- Student are to dress in neat and casual clothes.