Mount Waverley Heights Primary School
Remote Learning Term 4 2021
The Victorian Government has announced the Roadmap to Deliver the National Plan.
The Roadmap, which is based on advice from the Victorian Chief Health Officer, sets out the staged return to onsite learning in Term 4, with the plan being that all students returning onsite by Friday 5 November.
Routine and predictability helps to support students through these challenging times. Students are all familiar with the routines and are managing exceptionally well. Always remember, just do what you can.
Please continue to check here and Sentral for updates.
To access your child's MWHPS Google account click on this button which will take you to our IT Support page.
- Click on the Google Drive icon and then sign in with your child's MWHPS user name and password.
- Click on the 9 dots in the top right corner (the waffle) and click on the Meet icon.
- Enter the 10 letter meet code to join the meet. Meet codes are distributed via Sentral.
This method will work on any device including an iPad, laptop, desktop or Chromebook. Please contact your class teacher if you require your child's user name and password.
To contact your child's class teacher, please use the messaging module in Sentral either via the app or web version.
● Teachers will be available between 9 - 3.30pm. Parents can contact them via Sentral messages
● Teachers will communicate to parents via the messaging function on Sentral
● P - 2 teachers will communicate with students through the Learning Hub and hold Google Meet sessions
● Year 3 - 6 teachers will communicate with students through their Google Classroom stream, comments and/ or Meet (see timetable above)
● Parents will continue to receive the newsletter and stay updated via our website and Learning Hub
● Parents can contact the school through the school email
School-wide positive behaviour support (SWPBS) is a framework that brings together school communities to develop positive, safe, supportive learning cultures. Our school expectations are:
WELLBEING ACTIVITY for all students and families:
Speak to your child about what these expectations could look like in your home. Get your child to make a poster, video, slide show or a write a song to demonstrate their understanding of what our school expectations would look like at your home.
Try the quick brain break activities below
Literacy and Numeracy Tips
A booklet from the Department of Education and Training that has a range of literacy and numeracy tasks designed to build your child's knowledge.
This booklet comes in a range of languages, please visit the DET website (Literacy and Numeracy tips) or click on a language below.