Chillingham Public School

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Emailchillingha-p.school@det.nsw.edu.au

Learning from home

At Chillingham, your teachers continue working to support your family, while we are flooded in or out!

The activities below are intended to be completed while students are 'stuck' at home. Please bring all work back to school when we re-open, as it forms part of the assessment for each Key Learning Area. 

All students K-6
Home Reading
is always the top of the list to maintain fluency skills. You can choose books from home too and enter them into your Reading Log books.

Gratitude statements 
Students can write a gratitude statement each day, usually beginning with, "I am grateful for ________ because_______.

Early Stage 1 _Kindergarten 

 Stage 1 - Year 1

 Stage 1 - Year 2 

K/1/2 

Stage 2 & 3 

Years 3-6 Class letter

Stage 2 - Year 3 & 4  - Mathematics     

Stage 3 - Years 5 and 6 - Mathematics

How to meet with us in TEAMS

Directions to meet in Teams

February 28, 2022

We are keeping this TEAMs connection information accessible, should it be needed in the future. However, it is not being used during this short closure due to local floods.

 Click here for the step-by-step guide to access this app. 

Headspace - Family Support

Headspace Family Support

Our headspace Tweed Heads team and Youth Advisory Group (YAG) members just wanted to reach out as we know things are looking a little bit different at the moment. Border closures and having to stay at home can bring up lots of different feelings. While the sleep-ins and more time to chill out on your own might appeal to some people at first, it’s normal to also feel confused, lonely, angry, frustrated, sad or anxious. We’re missing out on events, birthdays, friends, holidays... and we’re Definitely. Over. Zoom.

Click here for full article including services to support you in these challenging times.

Learning from home without technology

We understand some students do not have access to a device or internet for online learning. Contact the school to discuss non-digital learning from home options for your child.