Information to help support families during the period of remote and flexible learning.
Please find below information that may be helpful in this current period of remote and flexible learning.
Please find below a link that will provide you access to the learning pack for this current period of remote learning (Tuesday 14th September to Monday 4th October).Information relating to on-site supervision
Category A (worker permit/s required)Children where both parents and or carers are considered authorised workers who cannot work from home, work for an authorised provider and hwere not other supervision arrangement can be made:
Category B (you do not need a worker permit for this category)Children experiencing vulnerability, including:
- Where there are two parents/carers, both must be authorised workers, working outside the home in order for their children to be eligible for on-site provision at school.
- For single parents/carers, the authorised worker must be working outside the home in order for their children to be eligible for on-site provision at school.
Authorised worker permits for on-site supervisionParents and carers will only be able to request on-site supervision for their child/ren in Category A if they hold a permit as an authorised worker. A copy of a permit/s must be submitted as soon as practicable after issuance for those seeking Category A on-site supervision.
- in out-of-home care
- deemed vulnerable by a government agency, funded family or family violence service, and assessed as requiring education and care outside the family home
- identified by a school or early childhood service as vulnerable, (including via referral from a government agency, or funded family or family violence service, homeless or youth justice service or mental health or other health service)
- Where a parent/carer indicates that a student with a disability is vulnerable because they cannot learn from home, and/or informs the school the student is vulnerable due to family stress, the school must provide on-site supervision for that student. This may apply to students enrolled in specialist schools and students with a disability enrolled in mainstream schools.