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Home Learning

john henry primary school

This is a portal where students and parents can gain access to resources that will assist students with any time off, whether that is through sickness, holidaying or remote learning .

Remote Learning Term Three

This term will see students in every year level complete Webex meetings with their teachers. Students will also have specialist classes, including Physical Education, Art, Performing Art, Science and Technology and Social and Personal competencies via Webex sessions during the week. Teachers will send out weekly planning with work for students to complete. Parents that are wanting extra worksheets are encouraged to make contact with their students teacher and work packs can be picked up from the office on July 27th (Pack 1) and August 7th (Pack 2).

Choose your own adventure

Please speak with your classroom teacher around having a more flexible home learning program.

Webex – JHPS Video Conferencing System

How to join a Webex conference

Introduction to Home Learning Youtube Videos:

Introduction to Home Learning Youtube Videos:

Recommended Department Home Learning

Please remember the directives from the Education Department about allocated home learning times:

Grade Three to Grade Six

Prep to Grade Two

Department Resource

Research shows that families are the most significant influence on their children’s learning, development, health, safety and wellbeing. Your family can play a key role in helping your child prepare for school, and then succeed when they reach school. This booklet provides handy tips and ways you can help your child develop literacy and numeracy skills. It provides fun, inexpensive, accessible and practical activities you can do with your child at home. The booklet also provides questions you can ask your child to help them learn. Doing these practical activities will help your child develop excellent reading and writing skills, and help them speak well and be a good listener. Through everyday activities at home you can also help them develop their numeracy skills, such as calculating and using numbers, recognising patterns, and using language to develop mathematical understanding. These literacy and numeracy activities are excellent opportunities for you to model key learning values such as enthusiasm, persistence and curiosity. These tips and activities can also be used by a child’s older siblings and grandparents, or other relevant people in a child’s life, to help develop their literacy and numeracy skills.