Resources, activities and information provided by SA Department of Education to help children and young people continue to learn while at home during COVID-19 isolation period. This new website will be updated often and can be used alongside learning material given by individual class teachers or schools.

The website is divided into year groups with resources aligned to the curriculum and Early Years Framework.

Topics include

  • English
  • Health and physical education
  • Humanities and social sciences
  • Languages
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Technologies
  • The arts

Take a look at the new website, and remember to check back often as it will be updated regularly.

And please join our Facebook Group. There’s lots of resources, suggestions, questions and conversation going on there. Most of us are VERY new to the idea of home schooling, especially for older years. You’re not alone.

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