Online Learning Guides for Students & Parents

Online Learning Guides for Students & Parents as Mercedes College prepares to launch Online Remote Learning on Monday 30 March 2020.

These guides serve to establish some support for students and parents. Download a printable PDF here.

Guide for Students

Guide for Parents

The pastoral and academic support for your daughters is at the forefront of our planning. I hope this page provides you with further clarity. Your families are in my thoughts and prayers.

Kerrie Fraser, PRINCIPAL

Principal’s Update

15 May Update

As restrictions have continued to be lifted and the majority of our students have now returned to classroom learning, it has been heartening to see the excitement of students and teachers alike as our school buzzes with life. While it has been challenging for all in our community to adapt…
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21 April Update

Welcome to Term Two I hope your families are safe and well and were able to celebrate Easter as a family unit. As promised at the end of last term here is our update about the way the College will operate at the start of Term Two. As you may…
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8 May Update

We would like to thank you all for your support, patience and commitment during the last few months. The challenges COVID-19 has delivered our community are unprecedented. With the imminent return of all our girls to the College it is pertinent you are aware of the following: Students please do…
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FAQs: Learning Continuity during COVID-19

FAQs: Technical questions

Useful official COVID-19 resources

Student feedback on learning online via the Mercy Cloud

Well-wishes to our teachers from parents/caregivers.
Thank you.

Wellbeing information


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