What does a parent want?
Our Teaching Staff
The Age Feature article 2018
2018 National Teaching award
Achieving excellent results
Student Health & Welfare initiatives
How we teach students
S.O.L.E. Self Organised Learning Environments
Covid 19 info & Learning from home
Links to online learning activities
2021 Key Priorities
Remote learning & Covid-19
Links to free online learning sites
Student Voice & Agency
Nurturing All Students
Neuro-science and the brain
I.C.T. Information Communication Technology
OOSH Care Program
History of our Community Hub
Community Hub Services
Belle Vue Park Kindergarten
Tour our Facilities
Playground & Learning Spaces
Bamboo Room - Oral Language Development
School Facilities Video
Environmental Learning Precinct
Foundation -Yr 2 Learning
Year 3/4 Learning
Year 5/6 Learning
What's been happening?
Funded Building projects
Belle Vue Park Primary School
We have kept this page on our website as a reference.
Learning from Home
Some background information
Responsive & Interactive
Our school has made plans for remote learning to ensure students can access the curriculum and stay in touch with their classmates and teacher.
Teachers have completed their planning for the first 5 weeks of term three and have adapted
these plans into our online learning platform.
Students will miss that personal connection with their teacher, friends and classmates. Our school has ensured that the platforms we are using for remote learning provide that connection.
Students will be able to see and hear their teacher and classmates.
Assessment & reporting
Our remote learning platforms allow for online assessments and also other assessments that teachers develop.
Feedback in the learning process is important so our teachers will incorporate feedback to students.
Teachers and students will also be able to provide each other with feedback using the apps and referencing Success Criteria and Rubrics.
Daily Timetable & structure
Structure is important for students and their parents. We will provide a structure for daily learning for students to follow and which parents can oversee.
A daily timetable for students will be developed.
Parents are not teachers. All we ask from our parents is that you support your child to engage in the learning tasks set by the teacher.
It would be great if you explained things that your child is unsure of and answer any of their questions and assist them in some tasks.
It is up to each family to decide the best place for online learning. It might be the bedroom, lounge room or kitchen table. It depends on your circumstances.
Communicating with your child's teacher
Our Seesaw platform has in-built communication with parents/family so you can keep in touch with the class teacher.
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