Primary School


As we move into the stage of Clayfield Connect (remote learning), the Primary staff will continue to provide a diverse range of learning materials through online means. Students and teachers will follow as much of the regular curriculum as possible with all student learning and teaching now occurring remotely. Teachers across Year Groups will be working together closely to provide consistent and aligned learning activities with input from specialist teachers. We are mindful that each day will look different for each family and want to provide flexibility to families to adapt to remote learning as best suits your situation. Hence, please find below a suggested daily plan that may help with your child’s learning routine each day as well as some suggested tips to assist them learning from home.


Top Tips to Assist Learning from Home (Pre Prep to Year 6)

  1. Get dressed into appropriate clothes for learning
  2. Find a regular space or spaces at home that support you to learn at your best and close to your parent or carer
  3. Try and plan each day with your parent or carer but don’t worry if the schedule has to change
  4. Contact your teacher, via email if you are having any difficulties
  5. Collaborate and connect with a class mate or a friend when problem solving as you might do in your classroom
  6. Make sure you are having ample screen-free time
  7. Limit distractions when you are learning
  8. Do take regular breaks from learning and be active
  9. Keep to your usual sleeping routine with time off devices in the evening

Year level timetables

Connection - Primary School