Online teaching will commence from 1 April. We have created a reduced timetable so that we can structure the day for teachers and students using Google Classroom to post lessons as well as Google Hangouts for face-to-face support. From Wednesday 1 April, please consider that Term 2 has started. It is essential that every student has school every weekday morning from 1 April 2020. As far as possible, restrict family activities until after lunch.David Hunter, Principal
high school parents, please note
Lesson resources will be posted each day at 08h00 in accordance with the timetable. Subject teachers will be available at the scheduled times on email or Google Hangouts for student consultation and support.
The latest update relating to the May/June examinations can be found here.
We suggest that students:
- Have a designated work area that is relatively free from disturbances. Students should not have their phones with them during lesson time.
- Login to Google Classroom soon after 08h00 each morning to view the lesson material and resources for the day.
- Read the lesson instructions carefully and make sure that you understand the aim of the lesson.
- Create a to-do list or use Google Calendar to plan your school day.
- Please email your teacher at the allocated times on the timetable if you require assistance. Example: Year 7 students can email the Science teacher between 08h00 & 08h55 or the English teacher between 09h00 & 09h55.
- Work through the lesson carefully, submitting any tasks or assignments punctually on Google Classroom as instructed by your teacher.
- If you left your textbooks or folder at school. Please arrange to collect it from school today Thursday 19th or Friday 20th before 14h00.
Dates to diarise:
- Current scheduled return-to- school date: 20 April 2020 (to be confirmed)