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

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FAQs: Learning Continuity during COVID-19

Year 11 and 12 COVID-19 Update
How can parents/caregivers help?
Assessments
Interim Reports and Triangular Meetings
Child Safe Framework
Key Practices
Message to Year 12 ATAR Students
No NAPLAN in 2020?
SCSA update for Year 11 and 12 students
Term 2 expectations
Inclusive Education Support Online Learning
Physical Education lessons
Year 11 and 12 COVID-19 Update

What learning will look like for Years 11 and 12 Mercedes College students

Weeks 1 – 4, Term 2 (Wednesday 29 April to Friday 22 May, 2020)

  1. Student timetables will remain the same in Term Two.
  2. Our online interactive platform in Teams allows for those students at home and for those students in the classroom to experience the same lesson, at the same time.
  3. Recorded Teams meetings will allow for work to be explained in the same way to those attending school and for those at home.
  4. The running of a recorded Teams meeting during timetabled lesson will enable for interactive online learning for students at school and home.
  5. Recorded Teams meetings will allow for verbal and written questions from those physically attending and those at home. These questions can be responded to, where possible, during the lesson in a verbal or written fashion via the Teams. Responses will be accessible to all students.
  6. Ultimately, students will receive or access the same instructions, interactions and advice through the College online platforms, namely SEQTA and Teams, whether they are at home or at the College.
  7. Practical classes will not be conducted other than tasks that can be completed by students who are learning remotely.

Health and Logistics

  1. There will be a strict adherence by the students of social spacing (1.5 metres) during all breaks and wherever possible when moving between classes. Student common areas such as the Year 12 area will be closed.
  1. Students displaying cold/flu like symptoms should in the first instance stay at home. If they attend, they will be sent to Student Services so they can be collected by their parents.
  2. Students will not have access to their lockers, they will be permitted to keep their school bag with them in the classroom/ learning area and must be beside their desk and minimise trip hazard.
  3. Year 11 and 12 classes should be spaced so that 1.5 metres is maintained between students wherever possible.
  1. For the first 4 weeks either the full winter uniform or summer uniform (with hat) can be worn, no PE or sport uniform is allowed.
  2. Students should, weather permitting stay outside and maintain social distancing during recess and lunch. The Hall and Coady Sport Centre can be utilised if wet; however, 1.5 metre spacing must be adhered to at all times.
  3. Communal water fountains will be closed as directed by the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee (AHPPC).
  4. The Café will only sell take away drinks and snacks, and communal microwaves and other shared equipment will be taken away. Students will not be permitted to leave school property to collect or purchase food from nearby delis or eateries.
How can parents/caregivers help?

As always, education is seen as a shared responsibility between the family and the College. A high level of mutual respect, support and communication between parents and staff has played an essential role in the continuity of learning for all of our students. Involvement of parents in ensuring a routine to support learning is actively promoted, enhancing the richness of the learning experience of the students learning remotely.

Assessments

In Mercy Cloud we will be following the normal school timetable and we expect you to complete work at the scheduled time. In class written and practical tests are not going to be set, but there will be other assessments set by your teachers through SEQTA you will be expected to complete. If you do not complete them, the rules of the Assessment Policy will apply.

Assessment programs continued throughout March and students who were not at school will not be disadvantaged.  The inclass written and practical assessment program were suspended from Monday 30 March, however other assessments set by your teachers will be provided through SEQTA and students were expected to complete these according to the Assessment Policy.

Assessment programs continued throughout March and students who were not at school will not be disadvantaged.  The inclass written and practical assessment program were suspended from Monday 30 March, however other assessments set by your teachers will be provided through SEQTA and students were expected to complete these according to the Assessment Policy.

Term 2 assessments will be modified when we have a clearer picture of how schools will be impacted by government restrictions in light of the COVID-19 situation.

At the time of publishing the School Curriculum and Standards Authority and the Tertiary Institute Services Centre (TISC) were still deliberating on the outcome of the disruption to education for all year groups. This communication from the Executive Director, Wayne Betts of TISc was issued on Monday 23 March:

TISC is closely monitoring the unfolding situation and acknowledges that there will be unavoidable and significant disruption for all school communities this year.  While the situation will affect all students, we are particularly mindful of the impact it will have on Year 12 students. I want to assure all Year 12 students that TISC will be working closely with WA Universities, SCSA and other states’ Tertiary Admissions Centres to ensure that fair and transparent admissions processes are available for everyone seeking entry to university in 2021.

Interim Reports and Triangular Meetings

For parents of Year 7 – 10 students, Interim Reports will be made available to you through SEQTA on Thursday 9 April.  These reports will offer some initial feedback on your daughters’ progress through the term, even though there has been some disruption to the teaching and learning due to COVID-19.  Triangular Meetings were due to occur on Tuesday 28 April. While we are unable to meet face to face, we will offer opportunity for you to connect with teachers either by phone or Teams to discuss your daughter’s academic progress.  

  • These online/phone meetings will be scheduled between 12pm and 6pm as already noted on the Calendar and details about how to book a time with teachers will be sent out with the Interim Reports. 
  • Due to the circumstances we have found ourselves in, teachers will determine who will take part in the interviews rather than parents making requests.  As you will understand, our teachers are working in an alternate environment and some will conducting these interviews remotely; however, they will be available to speak with you about your daughter’s progress if they have requested an interview with you.  This will appear as a ‘Yes’ in the interview column.
  • If the request is ‘No’, you may be able to speak with teachers later about progress rather than on 28 April.
Child Safe Framework

In the event of school closure or extended absence, online delivery is likely to be a key part of plans. This is an opportunity to remind staff, students and parents of the Key Practices of the Child Safe Framework – extended guardianship, healthy and respectful relationships and situational prevention.

Key Practices

School leadership teams are encouraged to establish clear and safe practices for times when students and/or staff may be in their homes and interacting online in order to facilitate learning. They should establish/remind staff, students and parents of online communication protocols. Protocols need to include strategies to ensure natural surveillance and unpredictable interruptions to the online environment. The following may be considered in the development of protocols:

  • Communication must be on school agreed platforms, take place at appropriate times and be limited to interactions related to student learning
  • Online conferencing should be for groups not individuals
  • If conferencing online use blurring to mask backgrounds for staff and students or use screen capture to illustrate learning. Alternatively use audio rather than video conferencing. 
  • When recording video lessons in a non-school environment to upload for students, use blurring to mask background or use screen capture to illustrate learning.
  • Individual messaging must be on appropriate and agreed school monitored tools (eg SEQTA direct messages) to address learning related questions.

As per the Code of Conduct, staff must report to the Principal, behaviour that is not in keeping with the Code.

Message to Year 12 ATAR Students

ON March 23 we received a message from the Tertiary Institute Services Centre who oversees the university offerings and placements.  This has come from Wayne Betts, the Executive Officer, who some of you may have met at the Parent Information Evening held on 17 February this year.

This is an excerpt from the letter:

TISC is closely monitoring the unfolding situation and acknowledges that there will be unavoidable and significant disruption for all school communities this year. While the situation will affect all students, we are particularly mindful of the impact it will have on Year 12 students. 

I want to assure all Year 12 students that TISC will be working closely with WA universities, the School Curriculum and Standards Authority and other states’ Tertiary Admissions Centres to make sure that fair and transparent admissions processes are available for everyone seeking entry to university in 2021. Like you, we will need to make decisions as the year progresses as to the best way forward. We will keep you informed of those as they happen … We will be providing an expanded and updated series of videos on the website in the next couple of weeks, covering a range of topics of interest to school communities. These will be available for individuals to view, or schools to use with their Year 12s if the continuing social distancing protocols prevent standard school presentations … We will continue to update the website and send out information to keep you informed of any changes over the coming months

As further information comes through, we will pass this on to you.  We ask you continue your studies under instruction from your teachers.  Shortly an email will be sent to you about assessments which has been emailed to your parents.

No NAPLAN in 2020?

Ministers of Education in Australia as the Education Council announced NAPLAN testing this year will not go ahead. This is in response to the COVID-19 issue and the health imperative for our students. From the memo sent out earlier today to Principals from the Education Council:

The decision to not proceed with NAPLAN in 2020 has been taken to assist school leaders, teachers and support staff to focus on the wellbeing of students and continuity of education, including potential online and remote learning.

Further, the impact of responses to the COVID-19 virus may affect the delivery of NAPLAN testing, including the operation of centralised marking centres and the implications for nationally comparable data if an insufficient number of students are available to do the test.

The decision to not proceed with NAPLAN in 2020 also means that the scheduled testing of the NAPLAN Online platform, known as the Coordinated Practice Test (CPT), will not proceed. Ministers acknowledge the work that departments and schools have undertaken in preparation for the anticipated CPT which was due to commence next week on 23 March.

SCSA update for Year 11 and 12 students

Dear Year 11 and 12 students,
The School Curriculum and Standards Authority has provided a link on its website which outlines details of a response to the COVID-19 situation.  We ask you look at this site to gather information about amendments to the activities of the year. The link is https://www.scsa.wa.edu.au/curriculum-assessment-covid-19/overview. Please take note of the section for Students.

Term 2 expectations

We are all commencing Term Two in a very different way and we are setting some clear expectations for teachers and students. Some of these expectations include:

  • Homeroom and class attendance will be taken at the beginning of every lesson to ensure students are engaged.
  • Lessons will include interaction through Teams, and each will be recorded.
  • Students will have opportunity to ask questions and seek clarification throughout the lesson.
  • If a teacher is absent, a relief teacher will be in place to take attendance and explain the tasks for the lesson.

We will be sending further information to you about what to expect in this learning space closer to the beginning of term. We would like to extend a thank you to our parents for your support throughout the last few weeks and thank those who offered suggestions and comments of encouragement to our staff. See some of the comments below. Our teachers really appreciate all the good will and positive support.

Inclusive Education Support Online Learning

To ensure the continuity of the level of support your daughter receives, the Inclusive Education Team would like to reassure you that our students with disability or learning impairments have access to the same educational opportunities as other students during this time. We are aware that your daughter may need extra assistance and guidance due to varying factors and assure you that your daughter’s case manager as well as our team of Education Assistant’s (EAs) continue to be available online.
EAs will be available to clarify, modify or differentiate tasks for students during their normal timetabled lessons that they usually attend with your daughter. This means when students log-on to their Teams class, they will have additional support through the EAs, who they can communicate with for clarification, or ask questions of. Guides are attached to help assist your daughter with their online learning classes. These provide ideas for effective writing, phonics acquisition, students who have oral language difficulties and also a list of suitable iPad apps for secondary school students to assist their learning.

Physical Education lessons

With all the changes that have occurred over the last few weeks, physical activity has become more important than ever. We are told to stay in our homes and only venture out for necessities. Many people will be experiencing a sense of loneliness, anxiety and depression, due to self isolation. Therefore, looking after our mental and physical health is vital. With gyms and training establishments closed, sporting and recreational activities cancelled, we all tend to get a bit lazy, spending most of our time on the couch binge watching Netflix. It is important to remember that those who exercise regularly, and are physically fit, tend to be more emotionally healthy. Exercise increases the amount of endorphins and serotonin to our brains. These chemicals have a positive effect on our mental health and wellbeing. Exercise also helps with sleep and gives us more energy and focus. That focus is important in staying on task while studying at home. Here at Mercedes, we have been encouraging everyone to find their 30 minutes of physical activity each day by providing students and staff with ‘daily workouts’ and ‘brain breaks’ on Teams to do in their own time. We have trialled LIVE workouts instructed by our PE teachers last week and it was a huge success, judging by the comments received from students. Stay tuned for many exciting workouts and challenges. Until then, stay happy and healthy everyone.

FAQs: Technical questions

What is Mercy Cloud?
How is learning with technology supported at Mercedes College?
Will student devices be capable of keeping up?
Will students have sufficient internet access required to access the Mercy Cloud Toolset?
What students can do to save bandwidth?
Will our teachers be provided the tools and support required for online teaching?
Do teachers have sufficient internet bandwidth at home?
Will my daughter require headphones?
Microsoft Teams
Where can we get technical support?
What are some good eSafety resources?
What is Mercy Cloud?

In response to the uncharted territory brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, Mercedes College has developed an online learning strategy to ensure your child continues to receive the best possible education. Through our strong learning technology toolset and established skillsets, we have the opportunity to utilise our “Mercy Cloud” based tools for a new form of communication and educational access.

Mercy Cloud is what we call the range of online learning and teaching tools we use.

The main components of Mercy Cloud are: 

  • SEQTA Learn – students view Online Lessons and see tasks and formative assessments plus follow learning Community Notices
  • SEQTA Teach – teachers provide resources, collect eSubmissions and take attendance
  • SEQTA Engage – parents and caregivers view the timetable and keep up to date with tasks, notices and assessments
  • Teams – teachers present to classes or courses during class periods with the timetable. 
    Teachers record key direct instruction elements and these are automatically posted to the Class team

Students participate in chat, questioning, feedback posting work and accessing documents that are shared

  • Education Perfect – teachers assign formative and summative tasks align with current learning 

Teachers continually identify new pedagogical approaches, tools and workflows suited to learning and curriculum needs. 

By actively engaging in online learning via the Mercy Cloud, students will have access to subject content, engaging learning and teacher instructions for each of their curriculum subjects every day.

How is learning with technology supported at Mercedes College?

At Mercedes College our Learning Technology Committee in partnership with our Academic Council and Senior Leadership Team use our  Learning technology framework to help us focus on learning impact & delivering a blueprint for successful learning and teaching.

Will student devices be capable of keeping up?

Yes, the technologies our students use are of more than adequate specification. We have required a simple yet flexible and reliable toolset at Mercedes, with consistent and equitable access for all students.

For students for the 2020 academic year, parents provided their students with the following devices:

  • 2020 Year 7 -9 students required an iPad at a minimum specification with keyboard and stylus
  • 2020 Year 10 students required a MacBook at the minimum specification
  • 2020 Year 11-12 students required a MacBook at the minimum specification

More details on these minimum specifications are here.

At Mercedes students keep their devices for 3 years. Each year we set minimum specifications over students devices to ensure students can further develop their digital literacies, secure compatibility with our network and take part in learning equitably with their peers.

During Year 7-9, iPad gives students the creativity, productivity and flexibility required.

In Year 10 students transition to a MacBook with more of a productivity or higher end design focus.

In 2020 students will be provided with a full Office 365 licence, access to the full Adobe Suite, Education Perfect and a variety of cutting edge technologies on their personal devices while at the college.

During Year 7-9, iPad gives students the creativity, productivity and flexibility required, then in Year 10 students transition to a MacBook with more of a productivity or higher end design focus.

Will students have sufficient internet access required to access the Mercy Cloud Toolset?

The connectivity requirements for remote learning via Mercy Cloud are relatively low – an internet connection over 4Mbps download and 2Mbps upload.

Before the closure of the college we surveyed our students to get a good snapshot of internet connectivity. We were pleasantly surprised to find most of our students had adequate bandwidth.

What students can do to save bandwidth?

When participating in a live class meeting, entirely avoid using the video camera; just turn on the microphone. Or only turn on your video camera when it’s your turn to speak.

Sync files to your computer so you can read them offline
In Teams, select the team whose files you want to sync.
Select the Files tab.
Select Sync, and follow the on-screen prompts.

Low bandwidth capacity can hamper the connection in Teams between teachers and students when you’re working remotely from one another. The term bandwidth refers to the amount of data that can be transferred over an Internet connection per second. Avoiding or minimizing the use of live video is the best way to cut down on excessive use of bandwidth.

This article suggests things you can do to minimize the bandwidth used.

https://support.office.com/en-us/article/use-teams-for-schoolwork-when-bandwidth-is-low-5c5675f7-1b55-471a-9daa-ec1e6df38262

Will our teachers be provided the tools and support required for online teaching?

In December all of our teaching staff were provided with a new MacBook Air. These are simple, flexible and reliable devices with high quality, robust audio and video. Access to remote IT help via our IT Support team has been initiated.

A teacher team of Online Learning Coaches have and continue to produce and collate a range of resources to further extend our online learning skillset and capability. We are blessed with a staff with a growth mindset who are lifelong learners. It has been great to see the excitement of staff when things just work – and where we face disappointments we acknowledge these and help each other to ensure we get better next time.

Do teachers have sufficient internet bandwidth at home?

We surveyed our teachers and a percentage may not be able to run video calls in Teams. We will provide the college mobile phones for the few teachers will low internet speed access. The connectivity requirements for remote learning are relatively simple – an internet connection over 4Mbps download and 2Mbps upload.

Will my daughter require headphones?

Yes, ideally headphones will be used for all live classes. We find wired headphones are more reliable as batteries are not required.

Microsoft Teams

We understand some parents and students will need guidelines for joining Teams. The following link may assist you in doing so as this is a key learning platform for many of our learning areas.

https://support.office.com/en-us/article/microsoft-teams-video-training-4f108e54-240b-4351-8084-b1089f0d21d7

Where can we get technical support?

Students will naturally reach out to their peers for support or usually their other friend Google first! Parents will also ask their child then Google but sometimes you may need additional technical support from these Frayne Cloud providers below:

  • SEQTA Helpdesk is here: https://seqta.com.au/contact/
  • Support for Apple Devices is available via the education helping on 133-622
  • Support for Microsoft tools is available via https://support.office.com/en-us/education
  • Education Perfect support is here. They can be contacted here.
  • Students can reach out to teachers via the communication tool approved by the teacher in each class. Generally email but if not in the Team Channel where colleagues may be able to assist – an instant reply is not possible but they will do their best to get back to you in a timely fashion
  • Contact the IT Support Helpdesk via helpdesk@mercedes.wa.edu.au and provide a brief description of the problem, a contact email and telephone number and the student’s name.
What are some good eSafety resources?

It is important to continue to upskill ourselves and our students on practices which will foster safety in a digital environment. The following websites have been designed to support young people, parents and teachers.

Supporting students online:
https://www.esafety.gov.au/about-us/blog/covid-19-keeping-schools-and-learning-safe-online

Online safety guidance for parents:
https://www.esafety.gov.au/about-us/blog/covid-19-online-safety-kit-parents-and-carers

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

Wellbeing Resources
Staying positive during your time at home
Extra support for students
Wellbeing Resources

This resource has been developed by the Mercedes College Wellbeing Team to help you stay positive and healthy in the event that you need to stay at home for a period of time.

Things you can do too

By working together and drawing on each of our inner strengths we can get through it together! The good news is that these unusual times are temporary and experts say we aren’t powerless. There are things you can do to control your anxious thoughts so you feel better. A few of these are :

Exercise every day to protect your mental health.
The physical benefits of daily activity are well documented; exercise boosts your mind and mood, it releases proteins that improve brain function. It also promotes more restful, restorative sleep. Exercise isn’t just good for your body; it alleviates anxiety and depression, too.

Meet your irrational thoughts with logic.
It’s true that the risk of contamination is real and this virus is extremely contagious, but meaningful protective measures do exist. You can take important steps to lessen the risk of exposing yourself, your family and vulnerable populations.

Trust the guidance of trusted sources.
If you are following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines and staying home, keeping a safe distance from others, and avoiding touching your face, especially your nose and mouth, then you are doing what you need to be doing to protect yourself. Take consolation in that.

Know the numbers.
Even if the absolutely worst thing happens and you get sick with the disease, remember that roughly 98 percent of people recover and apparently have immunity against the virus after that.

Feel good about being a good citizen.
Remember the reasons that we self-quarantine – ”It’s not to protect ourselves; it’s to protect those most at risk. This is a time to step up, stop being so self-absorbed, and start taking care of each other. We need to start behaving like we’re all in this together — because we are.”

Staying positive during your time at home

It is important to stay active and engaged during this time. Below are some tips for doing this while adhering to the government guidelines.

The importance of a structured routine

Most importantly, maintain a structured routine – humans do best when in a routine. Make a plan for your week. Some suggestions:
Include regular sleep and wake times – don’t succumb to staying up all night and sleeping in as this will not help your body stay healthy and your mind happy.
Include exercise and fresh air each day. Consider times and places that won’t be crowded. A brisk 15-minute walk will help; copious apps and web sites, like Peleton and Beachbody on Demand, are offering free trials for two weeks
Plan your study times and set up an organised/distraction-free area to do this.
It’s easy to cut back on basic hygiene like showering when there’s no place to go, but you’ll feel better if you try to keep normal routines in place as much as possible.
Schedule time to keep in touch with friends and family online e.g. set up a group chat with your friends at lunchtime or have a virtual party on a Saturday afternoon.
Keep up a healthy diet.
Limit exposure to the news. Select one reliable news source and only check it once or twice (or less) each day.
Follow good news movements e.g. goodnewsnetwork.org
Limit your screen time – We could all easily get caught in a trap of spending too much time being ‘plugged-in’ while at home.
Schedule time each day to do an activity that you love/makes you smile/laugh e.g. watch your favourite comedy, play with your pets, talk to your funniest friend.
Schedule time each day to do an activity that you find really engaging. Some ideas are:
Do some online yoga
Cook
Make a new playlist (happy tunes) and share it with your friends
Gardening – you can buy seeds online. How about a veggie patch?
Art and craft
Reading
Find a new hobby
Redecorate your room
Learn a new song on an instrument
Learn a new language
Do a jigsaw
Listen to a podcast (Amazon has cancelled subscription of books and audio stories so you can stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet using the following link: http://stories.audible.com/start-listen)
Engage in mindfulness and meditation activities each day e.g. Smiling Mind, Headspace, Calm, Stop Breathe and Think
Approach the situation with a positive outlook and a helpful thinking style e.g. This isn’t forever; I can make the most of the situation; Things will be back to normal eventually; Consider those in worse situations; We can do this together. You could also start a gratitude diary to remind yourself of all the positives in life.
What others are saying!

Here’s some thoughts from those who have already been living in this situation:
“I liked not having so many time pressures. It actually made me more efficient with my schoolwork and I got heaps done.”
“All my schoolwork was done by midday and I had time to relax and do things I enjoy.”
“It was like an extended weekend. Some of my family were home too so we had a bit of time together.”
“My dad had to have time off work too, so I helped him with some jobs around the house. Sometimes it was boring but at least I was doing something.”
“I ran up and down my driveway and did weights in my bedroom.”
“I suppose I just accepted it and tried to make the best of it. Sometimes when I missed my friends, I had to remind myself that it’s not forever. So many people are far worse off.”
“Mum encouraged me to get some fresh air, so I walked the dog at times when nobody was around. I always felt much better after that.”
“Every day around 4pm I’d meet up with my friends online and play games. It was good to chat and know that I wasn’t alone.”
“I tried to wake at the same time each day and always got my schoolwork done first. I used my whiteboard to plan my schedule. I want to do well, and I didn’t want self-isolation to disadvantage me so I worked really hard.”
“On days that I just sat around doing nothing, I felt really low by the end of the day.” “Beware the Netflix trap!” “Stay active, it makes you feel so much better.”
“Have a daily routine and stick to it.”
“Stay connected”
“Stick to your normal sleep schedule.”

“After breakfast, I shower and put on comfy clothes (that aren’t pyjamas), then “leave for school”, walk around the block and then come home, having “arrived” to start my school day. Lunch outside for a full 30 minutes, no technology allowed. At the end of the school day another walk around the block, and I’ve arrived “home”. I’m also wearing my Fitbit all day and I’m not allowed to go to bed until I’ve hit 10,000 steps.”

Extra support for students

If you feel like you are struggling, make sure you let someone know.

Below are some options:

  • Talk to your family
  • Email your Head of Year

Additional support services:

News

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