DISTANCE LEARNING

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From Term 2 Wednesday 15 April, teachers will provide their students with online learning opportunities. Distance Learning at Oranga School ensures learners and whānau wellbeing comes first. We aim to provide students with a range of learning opportunities.  

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In a typical day your child's learning will be split into thirds;

CONNECTING

Daily 30 minute opportunities to connect, reflect, share and discuss on Zoom.

 

 

CONSOLIDATING

Engage in learning designed by the teachers both online and offline

 

OTHER OPPORTUNITIES

Completing hands-on challenges, and real life opportunities

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Fun on Zoom 

Each day different staff will be leading a range of activities that your child can choose to join. Activities include storytime, dance, te reo māori and more. These are a fun options to develop connections and learn through a variety of different ways. Whānau are more than welcome to join in on the fun!

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Facebook challenges

Each day at 9.30am and at 1.30pm we will be posting challenges that we would love you to participate in. If you complete the challenge, please post a photo in the comments section.

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Fun on Zoom 

Each day different staff will be leading a range of activities that your child can choose to join. Activities include storytime, dance, te reo māori and more. These are a fun options to develop connections and learn through a variety of different ways. Whānau are more than welcome to join in on the fun!

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Facebook challenges

Each day at 9.30am and at 1.30pm we will be posting challenges that we would love you to participate in. If you complete the challenge, please post a photo in the comments section.

To discover the weekly Distance Learning consolidating plans for your child/ren, click here.

Click here to discover other opportunities that are available for your child/ren. You can also complete the daily challenges that will be posted on Facebook. We have also created Youtube channel where we will be posting videos. 

Online tools for Distance Learning 

This link provides information on how to support your child to maximise the effectiveness of distance learning.

Digital Citizenship

Your child will be online more regularly during distance learning so it is important that children understand how to be safe online. We encourage you to discuss this with your child/ren at home.

Student User Agreement - for parents

Student User Agreement - for students

We have reviewed and modified these agreements for parents and students. These describe expectations and culture around the use of digital technologies and how these are to be used in our school. The agreement is an important component in building a culture of safe and responsible technology use for staff, students, parents/whānau and volunteers.