Home Schooling @ Calrossy
It's one week into home schooling at Calrossy, with the vast majority of students from Prep to Year 12 now learning from home.
The School officially launched its online learning platforn last Thursday, in response to the NSW Government's advice regarding the Coronavirus crisis, where students should stay home if they are able to.
Students across the School are now using various online platforms, including SeeSaw, Zoom, email and the Calrossy intranet, The Hub, for their studies.
Reports so far have been positive from the Calrossy Community, with teachers also rostered on to supervise those students who are attending school but still studying online. Calrossy has conducted several surveys already, on the online learning platform and student Wellbeing, to ensure that families are coping with the new situation.
Any changes to the School's management of the situation can be found under the COVID-19 information on The Hub and the website.
Meantime, Calrossy urges everyone to keep up the great work and keep sharing the images of what people are doing with their learning at home. There is a photo gallery of submitted images on The Hub, to help everyone stay connected.
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