Learning from Home

We are committed to ensuring the learning continuity of our students when learning from home.

Every child is unique and approaches their learning differently. There are many ways that parents and caregivers can support their child's learning at home.  We have sourced a variety of activities and experiences to help you play and work with your child in many of the same ways our Teachers and Educational Support Workers do at school. 

Always remember, keep it engaging and fun!

Helpful Links for Learning from Home:

Teaching & Learning
To access Officer Specialist School 
Learning & Teaching Videos -
The School Show

Easy & Stress Free Activities to do at Home

Things To Do with Kids Over School Holidays

Music Remote Learning
Remote Learning Dance Resource
Home Activities
Suggested Educational Websites
Language & Literacy at Home
Visit Melbourne Virtually
Virtual Tours International Landmarks
Virtual Tours of Museums
Animal & Nature Resources
Science & Technology Resources
Isolation Journal
My Lockdown Diary

Tech Free Ideas for Home Learning


Social Stories

Social Story - COVID Vaccination

Social Story- COVID Isolation

Social Story - Wearing a Face Mask (Autism Institute)

Social Story - Wearing a Face Mask (Asert)




Therapy Based Resources

Coping with Stress & Anxiety Visuals

Washing Face Visuals

Washing Hands Visuals

Physio Brain Breaks

Movement Breaks Using Household Items

Visual Schedule - Covid Vaccination

Helpful Hints for
Ideas for Learning from Home
COVID 19 Parenting Tips

Tips for Returning to School

Everyday Activities that count as learning



Community Resources
Community Support Agencies

Services Supporting Cardinia Shire

Parentline 13 22 89

Association for Children with Disabilities Support Line -Call 03 9880 7000 or 1800 654 013 (regional)



Smiling Minds



Information for Parents
Student Email & How to Guide
DET-Learning from Home for Parents



Set Up & Sign in for Seesaw

Frequently Asked Questions & Troubleshooting for Seesaw

COVID 19 Updates

The Victorian government updates its information as soon as it becomes available, for the latest advice, see:

Latest Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) Update or call the Coronavirus Hotline on 1800 675 398