There are no expectations that parents deliver 'home schooling' in your home during the extended Easter break, rather that you provide 'learning at home'. Parents are encouraged while your children at home to support students to continue their learning by accessing the Department of Education's excellent learning resources at learning@home https://education.qld.gov.au/curriculum/learning-at-home. It is also a wonderful opportunity for the family to come together and connect and use all kinds of normal routines, like cooking, gardening and sharing of hobbies (such as photography or music), as new learning experiences.
Please find below some resources to help our families and community during this crisis.
COVID-19 School communication
For tips on how to stay safe online, please look at www.esafety.gov.au which provides:
Agencies and support available to Sunnybank SHS families
- includes a specific link to resources for online safety during COVID-19
- eSafety information, including getting help and social networking sites
- education resources
- information for parents and carers advice and support on making complaints about cyberbullying and image-based abuse
- a wellbeing directory of resources.
Please also find below links to external agencies which are there to support our community:
Lifeline text: when life gets too much and you find it hard to talk, text 0477 13 11 44. Lifeline text is available 6pm - midnight (AEST), 7 days a week.
Parentline: 1300 301 300. We're listening. 8am-10pm, 7 days a week
DV Connect: 24 hours domestic violence phoneline 1800 811 811