Distance Learning Activities
Student and Whānau Opportunities for Distance Learning
Our staff has put together a guide to distance Learning which starts today. We trust that they will give you good guidance in a new way of learning!
To enjoy family time eg walks, games, books, talking,
To establish a family routine to support distance learning for their children.
To connect with their child’s teacher as needed to ask questions, give feedback, request support.
To monitor student use on devices by keeping an eye on their screens regularly and
To support your child to complete the tasks set daily by the teacher and enjoy other family fun activities. You are not expected to be the teacher, replicate the school day, or find your own resources for your child.
To please remember that many of our teachers will also have their children and partners at home, which will no doubt present some interesting moments as they continue to work from home and care for their children - a true balancing act!!
Rooms 8, 13, 14, 15, 16
To engage in activity or activities sent via Seesaw by the class teacher or other family activities
To check in with their teacher eg posting on SeeSaw, emailing, sharing learning with their teacher