Mount Waverley North Primary School

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Daily Learning Activities

To ensure continuity in students learning while staying at home, we have compiled resources and activities for daily learning at home this week.

The current content provides a sample of tasks to undertake based on current classroom themes, however from Monday 23 March a daily scheduled timetable of learning activities with greater detail will be present on the Home Learning Site. This will include clear expectations of student engagement, assessment tasks and will require a level of interaction back to the classroom teacher. Teachers will be working within normal school hours and providing feedback on work as appropriate.

Students are encouraged to work through activities each day so that, when your child is ready to head back to school, they have undertaken tasks similar to their peers. We are confident that the completion of these home tasks will support the students in a smooth transition into school and learning routines.

Children who will be attending school should not complete these lessons at home, as they will be covered in classrooms.

Please select your child's year level below to access the range of relevant tasks for their year of schooling.

Learning from home for parents

This page provides advice, tips and resources to help parents and carers support their child’s continuity of learning from home.

Click here for this fantastic Home Learning resource provided by the Department of Education.

Wellbeing

The Student Wellbeing Hub is a site that provides parents and students information and advice to help make learning safe, positive and fun!

Our school expectations are:

  • Be Responsible
  • Be Respectful
  • Be Inclusive

WELLBEING ACTIVITY for all P - 2 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. For example 'Be Respectful' in the lounge room means we sit properly on the couch.

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.

Further Resources to Support your Child's Learning


Australian Curriculum - Parent Information

This section of the Australian Curriculum website provides information for families and carers about their children and the Australian Curriculum.

Raising Children Website

This section of the Raising Children website provides information on supporting school aged children aged 5-8.

Safety Commissioner

This section of the eSafety Commissioner page provides advice for parents and carers to help children have safe experiences online.