Improvements have been underway at Campbell High School while students and staff were engaging in remote learning.
ACT public schools are returning to the classroom from 18 May
Home Learning: Resources for Students and Families
ACT Education Directorate
We aim to develop and deliver educational services to empower each child and young person in the ACT to learn for life.
In term 1, students from Lake Tuggeranong College spent every Tuesday afternoon visiting Gilmore Primary School students in years 3 and 4, to work together on an exciting major project: building an Aboriginal plant use garden in the natural play space at Gilmore Primary.
Staff at Belconnen High School worked hard to ensure the school was ready for remote learning in term 2 and support staff have supported teachers to ensure a smooth transition to at home learning and taken the opportunity to catch up on quite a few administrative tasks.
Latham Primary School has really shown leadership in this space with some creative, engaging and downright funny activities.
Back in May 2019, Fadden Preschool received a few new additions to their playground in the form of 40 Silver Birch trees, one planted for each student in the two preschool classes. The new trees were planted in a unique spiral pattern, leading to an enchanted fairy garden and small timber setting.
As students begin returning to ACT public schools, we spoke to Principal at Namadgi School Gareth Richards to find out more about remote learning, the return to school and of course, No Assembly Fridays.
Parents and Carers Hotline
Parents and carers are encouraged to contact their child’s teacher or school principal about any issue or concern regarding their child’s welfare. Alternatively, parents, carers and community members can raise any concerns with the ACT Education Directorate through the Families and Students, Complaints and Feedback Unit online via the ACT Education Directorate contact form or by phone (02) 6205 5429 between 9am-5pm, Monday to Friday.
Connect with us
The Community Services Directorate have put together a Reconciliation Day Community Activity Pack that features a range of free, family-friendly resources designed to promote conversation and foster a deeper understanding of our national story and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. Visit their website to learn more: http://ow.ly/m8PR50zS69Q