In response to the School's campus closure on Tuesday 17 March 2020, Kinross Wolaroi School has implemented a comprehensive remote learning platform to support the continued education of its students during periods of disruption.
This page will provide links and information for parents and students on KWS remote learning.
Remote learning has now commenced for all KWS students. Detailed instructions and advice have been provided to both students and parents to guide them in their new learning environment.
With all students commencing their online learning journey at the same time, we expect that there may be an increased number of enquiries to our Helpdesk - please be patient if there is a delay in responding to your questions in these early days of operation.
Please do not call Reception regarding any problems you encounter. Issues should be logged via the email below. Encourage your children to spend some time trying to solve any issues themselves before asking our technicians for assistance. A troubleshooting document will be provided to all users.
Should you encounter issues that can't be resolved, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Staying safe online
As we move to remote learning in response to COVID-19, it is important to understand how to protect yourself and your family online. The eSafety Commissioner's website has some great advice on how to tame the technology. It is recommended reading for all parents:
Our Wellbeing Team have also pulled together some cyber safety tips for parents and students to assist when using technology and online platforms for remote learning:
Cyber Safety during our Covid-19 campus closure
Students concerned about Cyberbullying can also find support, skills and solidarity by connecting to Project Rockit: https://www.projectrockit.com.au/action-hub/student-hub/
Additional remote learning resources
In addition to the information and links already provided to students, Audible are allowing kids everywhere to instantly stream their incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, to help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids.
All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet using the link below:
Remote learning status
Here’s what to expect when you log into remote learning today:
Remote Learning Troubleshooting
If you are having problems with remote learning and gaining access to online resources, please have a read over the below documents before contacting the School's ICT Helpdesk:
Request assistance from the School's ICT Helpdesk
If, after reading the above Troubleshooting advice, you are still having trouble with remote learning and gaining access to online resources, please contact the school's ICT Helpdesk via email@example.com.