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From the Principal

  • Remote Learning
  • Supporting our community

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Christ Church Grammar School Perth, Western Australia
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  • Remote Learning
  • Supporting our community

As you know we have been continuing to monitor the evolving nature of the Coronavirus, and I acknowledge that it has been a very challenging time for us all. Thank you sincerely for all of your ongoing support and patience as we have kept the School operational and continued to provide the boys with connections to their friends and some routine during an uncertain time.

We are in regular contact with the boys to direct and manage their learning, their health and wellbeing, and inject some fun into their days. It will be the continuation of the engaged learning that characterises the Christ Church experience. We acknowledge that during this time it is very important for families to stay connected with the School. Your son’s tutor (Senior School) and class teacher (Preparatory School) are an important conduit between the School and your family and we encourage you to maintain contact.

Thank you to everyone for your emails, cards and phone calls of support, they are greatly appreciated.

Alan Jones
Principal

Head of Senior School

  • Remote Learning expectations
  • Year 12 reminders

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Christ Church Grammar School Perth, Western Australia
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  • Remote Learning expectations
  • Year 12 reminders

Remote Learning expectations

Parents would have received an email outlining our approach to continuing your son’s education during these turbulent and challenging times. Through the link below you will find guidelines for students, parents and teachers for supporting the Remote Learning program.

www.ccgs.wa.edu.au/learning-at-christ-church/remote-learning/senior-school

I would like to thank all our Senior School staff during this difficult time, as they have been working tirelessly preparing to teach your son(s) using remote learning, all the while continuing to teach face-to-face lessons, marking and providing pastoral care. It is a true test of character and resilience to continue and maintain the status quo during these unprecedented times.

Year 12s

Year 12s are expected to attend campus to complete face-to-face learning, however we have specifically set up classrooms to live stream their lessons, which they can remotely access. We place great importance on ensuring our Year 12s complete their final year of senior school.

This is a reminder that students are not entitled to park on campus should they drive to school. There should be more parking available around the School due to social distancing and the closure of many retail outlets.

Over the last few weeks our boys have been extraordinary and have been diligent in employing every safety measure we have introduced. They have remained focused on their learning and pastorally supported each other as they grapple with change, loss and grief. We are saddened to arrive at school and not be surrounded by all our students, and continue to give all our energy to teach, care and support for our students in the best way we can. We very much hope that normality can return in the near future.

Simon Angus
Deputy Principal
Head of Senior School