CSPS Remote Learning

Remote Learning Guidelines

Attendance/Roll Call

Attendance is recorded during remote learning, below are methods:


The classroom teacher will create an activity via SeeSaw that they will use to mark attendance.

YEAR 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6

The classroom teacher will create a Google Meet at 9am each day to mark the roll, discuss the day's activities and ask the teachers any questions.

If non attendance is recorded, a SMS message will be sent to parents.

Weekday Structure

Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays - Classroom Activities

Wednesdays - Specialist Activities

Learning Tasks

  • Students need to be logged in to SeeSaw with their individual codes to access their assigned activities.

  • 3-4 learning tasks will be assigned each day.

      • JUNIOR & MIDDLE SCHOOL: These will be uploaded by 5.30pm the day before.

      • SENIOR SCHOOL: These will be uploaded by 9am on the day.

  • Please advise the classroom teacher if you are finding the work challenging or require further support.

  • Teachers will be looking over the work submitted online each day and each student will receive feedback on their work each day. The submitted work can be as simple as a photo of their workbook showing their efforts.

Be prepared for learning

  • Have all laptops and/or devices fully charged.

  • Have pens, paper or books ready if required.

  • Engage fully in online work without any background distractions.

  • Try to sit at a desk or table, keep a good posture and get up and have a short walk around if needed to ensure students don't get too stiff

  • Make sure the workspace has appropriate lighting, to avoid straining eyes.

Google Meet ettiquette

  • Be in an appropriate location, be respectful, use an appropriate background if necessary, stay muted unless asked for input from teachers.

  • Have the microphone muted unless contributing to the conversation.

  • Teachers will still manage the classes with standard expectations and processes used here at school.

  • Unacceptable behaviour will be addressed by the teacher using the normal classroom procedures. If unacceptable behaviour continues students may be removed from the lesson and follow up disciplinary action will be taken.

  • Don’t use mobile phones and/or other devices during Google Meets.

  • Stay focused during online lessons. Don’t be chatting, gaming or checking social media.

Teacher support

  • JUNIOR SCHOOL - Each 'classroom' day, teachers from the Junior School will be available via Google Meet to work with your children or answer questions between 9.30am - 10:30am.

  • MIDDLE SCHOOL - Each 'classroom' day, teachers from the Middle School will be available via Google Meet to work with your children or answer questions from 12pm - 2pm.

  • SENIOR SCHOOL - Each 'classroom' day, teachers from the Senior School will be available to work with your children or answer questions between 9:00am and 4:00pm

Contacting teachers

The preferred method to contact the classroom teachers is via the 'Send emails to [Student]s teachers' in COMPASS. Otherwise emails can be found below:

School Uniform

Students don’t have to be in uniform for online lessons but you do need to be appropriately dressed while participating in any online sessions.

When you need a break from school work, make sure you watch these videos:

Staff Video - Taking Care of Business on 14 April 2020
Staff Video2_0.mp4
Staff Video - The Dunk Tank in November 2019


Mrs Bennett