Home / News / COVID-19/Remote Learning / Transition to Remote Learning – Term 2 2021

 

Please click here to view our full remote learning guide and information pack.

Dear Parent/Carer,
Re: Remote Learning During COVID-19 Restrictions May 2021

As announced by the Victorian Government today (May 27), students will be engaging in remote learning from tomorrow (May 28) to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Wodonga Senior Secondary College is well placed to support students and families during this time. Acting James Merlio to students and parents/carers of Government Schools is “all children who can learn at home must learn from home – with exceptions only in extremely limited circumstances.”

We are appreciative of the concerns that many parents/carers have expressed about how to support their child’s learning and wellbeing at home. More than ever before, it is important that we work in partnership with parents/carers to ensure students feel supported and continue to be engaged in learning.

Therefore, Wodonga Senior Secondary College has put together the following pack to assist with remote learning (please note that the below may change at short notice as the situation continues to evolve).

If you have any questions or concerns after reading this, please call the College on 02 6043 7500 or email the College via seniorcollege@wssc.vic.edu.au. Additional information and supporting resources will be published on our website. If you have any suggestions about how the College can further support you and your child during this time, please contact us.

Our transition back to remote learning will not be perfect. However, I am confident that we will again, through your support and dedication of our staff, meet our common goal of providing high quality education to your child and protecting the health and wellbeing of everyone in our school community.

Please click here to view our full remote learning guide and information pack.

 

Regards,

Cass Walters                          Vern Hilditch
Campus Principal                    Executive Principal

 

Share This