The Department of Education Learning@home refers to the ways schools will maintain teaching and learning in the event of a prolonged school closure or student absence.
For more information regarding our school, please visit our Parent handbook (PDF, 1.2MB).
The following website contains information that can help you to help your child to develop their literacy and numeracy skills: Achieving literacy and numeracy - parent resources.
Australian Curriculum Mathematics Glossary P–Year 6 (PDF, 1.4MB)
Development of counting skills (PDF, 162KB)
Mental computation strategies (PDF, 163KB)
Give your child a flying start in literacy by helping them practice their sight words with this bright and fun app when you're out and about: Out and about app.
Working Together: A toolkit for parents to address bullying, presented by Dr Michael Carr-Gregg, provides parents with information on what bullying is, how parents can recognise if their child is being bullied, how to support their child, how to work with their child's school, what to do if your child is doing the bullying, and information about cyber safety: Working together.
There are many resources available to help families support their child to make a successful transition to school: Resources for families and What can families do to prepare their child for school.
Information to support parents to get their child to school and to help support their child's transition to high school are available at: Every day counts.
If you're looking for resources to navigate the ins and outs of parenting, the Talking Families website is full of useful tips, tricks and resources to support parents with children of all ages.
https://www.oneplace.org.au/ is an online community services directory created to help Queenslanders easily find local support.
https://raisingchildren.net.au/ provides ad-free parenting videos, articles and apps backed by Australian experts.
The Triple P Positive Parenting Program is available at: https://www.triplep-parenting.net.au/