Find advice, tips and resources to support your child/children’s continuity of learning from home, provided by the Department of Education and Trainining (DET).
Get Parents involved with literacy
Get parents involved with literacy includes programs and supports, including the ‘Literacy and numeracy tips to help your child’ booklet. This booklet gives advice to parents with children from birth to year 6 about supporting their child’s literary and numeracy learning.
2020 Premiers' Reading Challenge
The 2020 Premiers’ Reading Challenge is now open and provides a great incentive to spend more time reading.
Mathematics and Numeracy at home
Mathematics and numeracy at home provides links to a range of advice and resources for families.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)
Find ways to engage children in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) experiences.
Visit the Fun at home webpage for more parent-focused resources.
Mental Health and Wellbeing Check-in
Just as you set aside time for physical exercise, it is important to make time each day to check in on your child’s mental health and wellbeing.
As your child adjusts to their new routine and not being able to see their friends in person, it is important to be understanding of their feelings of frustration, anxiousness and even anger – every child will react differently.
To support your child, use these mental health and wellbeing check ins to:
- Provide an opportunity to talk about how they feel and listen to what they say
- Identify one or two things they could do to address what they are concerned or angry about
- Ask how they are going, whether they are finding it easy or hard to learn remotely, and if there is anything they’d like your help with.
There is a risk that your child may be bullied online. If you think this happening to them, support is available on how to talk to your child and your school at Bully Stoppers.
If you have any other concerns about the health and wellbeing of your child, contact us on *email@example.com*