Getting set up at home
Now is a good time to think about what you might need to do to help set your child up for successful learning at home.
We would recommend learning takes place in a central location at home; somewhere visible where it is easy to support and supervise when children get stuck. This is also a useful strategy to help monitor device use and screen time. Having pens and paper to hand will also be helpful. Headphones might also be useful.
It is a good idea to remind your children about protocols for participating in Team video conferencing or sharing photos/ videos and being Cybersmart.