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Remote Learning Term 3 – July 17

Dear parents and guardians,

As you are aware next Monday, July 20, we commence remote learning for students in Year 7-10. A revised guide for your reference was sent via COMPASS.
I also bring to your attention the following key points.

  • If your child is not coping or engaging with the remote lessons please notify the relevant year level coordinator directly or contact the college via the usual platforms. 
  • Students will follow their scheduled timetable, however each remote learning lesson (7-10) will run for 60 minutes. Lesson start times will be as normal.
  • VCE and VCAL students on-site will be attending classes as normal, these will continue to be 75 minutes in duration.
  • The first 5 minutes of each lesson will be a google MEET roll mark and welfare check.
  • The school will provide supervision for students of essential workers, students deemed at risk or for students with disabilities who may require additional support. If you plan to send your child to school for all or part of next week please contact the office 9337 2488 and request an on-site attendance form. Student who attend on-site will be learning remotely from school, so must have their device and equipment needed to log in to online lessons. Remember if you’re not feeling well stay home and notify your teacher and coordinator. Students attending on-site will have their temperature checked.
  • Any child who did not access their locker this week will need to contact the college and organise a time to collect books next week.
  • I remind our community of our RIL values of Respect, Initiative and Learning. These apply at all times irrespective of how the learning is delivered.

Year 10

  • Year 10 students who have a VCE class must attend on-site for the VCE lesson and then make their way home once the lesson is completed. There will be a supervision space provided for Year 10 VCE students who have more than one VCE class on a given day or for students who cannot get home in time for their next class. Remember if you’re not feeling well stay home and notify your teacher and coordinator.
  • Year 10 VCE students who arrive at school late or after period 1 must have their temperature checked at the general office and collect a clearance pass before they go to class. The classroom teacher will not permit entrance without the clearance pass.

More information about coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found on the Department’s website, which will continue to be updated:


Thank you for your continued support, understanding and patience during this time.

Yours sincerely,

Arthur Soumalias


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