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The Victorian Government announced on the 7th April 2020 that all children who can learn at home must learn from home – with exceptions only in extremely limited circumstances. Victorian government schools will conduct remote and flexible learning with students from Wed 15th April and these arrangements will remain in place for the duration of Term 2 and will then be reviewed.

Please reference the Department - Learning from home website for further information. Princes Hill Secondary College will use this page to provide remote and flexible learning information for our community, including parents/carers, students and staff.

Latest News

The school community should continue to refer to Compass for regular Newsfeeds about school learning, activities and information. Click on the heading of the latest announcement below for the most recent information. Click here for all prior announcements.

Dear Students and Parents The majority of students, teachers and  parents report that they are looking forward eagerly to returning to on-site learning. At the same time we recognise that everyone in our school community - students, parents and staff - are to some degree concerned or anxious at how we can all safely return to teaching, learning, work and study in the current global pandemic. Understandably, there are emotional responses and impacts,…

Remote Learning @ PHSC

The following links detail the expectations of Teachers, Students, Parents and Education Support Staff during this period of remote and flexible learning:

Remote Learning - Senior School Information

Returning to School/On-site Learning

Remote Learning Curriculum Information

The curriculum to be delivered during any period of remote learning has been reviewed to ensure:

  1. Continuity of Learning
    Students will continue their education and be prepared for the next stage of their learning.  

  2. Suitability for Remote Learning
    Some Learning Areas have re-sequenced curriculum to prioritize the topics and units of work most suitable for remote and independent learning. Many practical subjects have rewritten curriculum to adapt to the constraints of what students can achieve at home. 

Remote Learning Support

For support on Remote Learning:

Note that the school cannot provide home network support and the family should contact the relevant internet service provider for assistance on those matters.

Student Wellbeing 

DET Advice - Talking to your child about COVID-19

Talking with teenager about physical distancing and self isolation

Tips to help families manage physical distancing and self isolation here

Resources from KidsHelpline for young people aged 13 to 17 on mental health, wellbeing, self care and friendships

Call 9389 0617 during school hours to speak to the Student Wellbeing Coordinator or email to discuss any wellbeing or mental health concerns you may have about your child.

Email Felicity (Student Wellbeing Coordinator), to organise appointments with Kelly (our School Psychologist) & Jess (our Mental Health Practitioner).

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