Ministry of Education Learning Resources Update
Today the Minister of Education Chris Hipkins announced supports for home learning.
They will include;
We understand that ALL of our Flat Bush School whānau would be keen to have access to the internet and a device for their child or children. We have shared with the Ministry of Education that message very clearly, and done everything that they have asked, to try and make that happen. Thank you to all FBS whānau for demonstrating patience in this matter, it is greatly appreciated.
which helps children see the surprising power of kindness.
Kia ora FBS whānau,
Adding a link to a Maths page where our learners can practise their Basic Facts.
Juniors can start with Stages 2-3, Middles Stages 4-5 and our Seniors Stages 5-6.
Once your child has had a few turns feel free to try out different stages and have a go at a timed activity too.
Flat Bush School learners have been given learning packs to take home during the time school is closed.
Our Middle and Senior School learners (Rms 9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19 ,20) are also able to access the online learning site called Study Ladder. Teachers from these classrooms will be sharing learning activities for their learners to work on.
All learners have their own username and password which we have placed into the exercise book that is in their learning pack. The information and resources are availale at;
Monday, March the 23rd the Ministry of Education have launched Learning from home and Ki te Ao Mārama, two new websites to support teachers, learners, parents and whānau so that learning for children and young people can continue.
The websites include resources for parents and whānau, teachers and leaders.
Resources span the learning pathway from early learning through to senior secondary, and more resources will be added as they’re developed.
The information and resources are available at;
Hei hei (audio for 5-6 year old children)