Resources and advice for families when supporting children’s learning.
Parents and carers have a crucial role in supporting their child's learning at home and at school.
Northern Territory schools may occasionally close due to health or environmental reasons.
Where a child is learning from home due to closures or direction by a health professional to self-isolate or quarantine, schools will provide learning to support the continuation of learning from home.
Some of the areas to consider when leading learning from home are:
- caring for the health and wellbeing of your family
- establishing routines and expectations
- creating a safe learning environment including online safety
- maintaining regular communication with your child, teacher and school.
For more information, read:
- advice to families if providing learning at home
- strategies for engaging parents in the learning process.
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