Any learning tasks sent home by classroom teachers will link directly to your child's school learning programme and their current learning needs. You are welcome to talk to your child's classroom teacher about how you can support learning at home. Remember that learning takes many forms and almost all of the things they do at home are valuable experiences for your children.
To support Learning at Home during COVID-19 isolation periods, resources will be uploaded to the classroom links below.
It is important that the online safety of our children is closely monitored. To support parents with doing this at home, please check out Netsafe's 7 Steps for Whānau.
We also recommend using Network 4 Learning's Switch on Safety filter which was launched during New Zealand's first Level 4 Lockdown.
For support accessing Zoom for class meetings, please follow these instructions.
We have adopted some guidelines for children for when using Zoom. Please have a look at these here. Teachers will discuss these with their class during the first Zoom meeting.
If you are looking for extra learning activities, feel free to have a explore the websites below.
Supplementary Learning at Home Resources
Learning at Home resources are available via the Ministry of Education website.
Learning at Home Resources Year 1 to 4
Learning at Home Resources Year 5 to 8
Home Learning TV
Reading, Writing and Maths - Learning without a Device
You can help your child's learning every day by supporting and encouraging them and being excited by their learning. Here are some ideas to help them further develop their literacy and numeracy skills at home. Have a look at the year group for your child where you'll find a range of ideas that will support learning at home.
Education.govt.nz for Parents
Supporting Wellbeing at Home
Helping children cope with the changes caused by Covid-19 is important. The Ministry of Education has provided some advice about how to support your child at home during these uncertain times.
Helping children and young people while they are learning at home