The School appreciates that the switch to remote learning presents changes and challenges. This page is designed to be your starting point, a place to come if you can’t remember how to log in, where to log in, who to call, and even to deal with the, “Where exactly was the School’s downloadable guide?” Our advice is: start here.
On Tuesday 24th March, an email was distributed to all parents with instructions on how to access Remote Learning. The same instructions appear below.
How to access the School’s downloadable guide: Remote Learning Protocols and Student Wellness
Please use your usual log in to myportal.trinity.nsw.edu.au – the School’s remote working guides are attached to each student profile. A new section has been added under the ‘academic reports/other documents’ tab called Remote Learning.
Here you will find a PDF booklet, Remote Learning Protocols and Student Wellness. This resource is for parents and students to guide you through our remote learning programme. We encourage families to download the booklet and read it together.
Where do students log in for their remote learning?
Students are to log into their Seesaw (Pre-K – Year 2) and Canvas (Years 3 – 12) remote learning management systems. Emails from each Head of Campus have been sent this afternoon to parents as reminders.
The Academic Dean has also emailed Middle and Senior School students this afternoon.
I’m overwhelmed by the thought of managing remote learning. Help!
The School is committed to supporting its community through this period of remote learning. The Trinity Remote Learning Protocols and Student Wellness booklet (attached to each student profile if you log into myportal.trinity.nsw.edu.au) is a great place to start with guides and advice. Please also see the Helpful Links and Information section on this page.
Is there any remote learning support?
Absolutely. There is teaching, pastoral and IT support. Email contacts are in your Trinity Remote Learning Protocols and Student Wellness booklet. Within every Canvas Course, there is also an e-learning/ICT help link that is populated with ‘How To’ guides for students.
My son is sick, so he won’t be remote learning today, what do I do?
For COVID-19 mitigation purposes, the NSW Government has asked schools to remain open, but deliver in a remote learning mode. This means we still have a Government obligation to keep records of attendance. You will receive a daily text message asking you as to your son’s learning ‘category’. If he is unwell and unable to learn remotely, please reply with ‘absent’.
If there’s a day I need to send my son for ‘School-based supervision’ remote learning, what do I do?
Bring your son to School for the 8am start time. The roll will be marked of the boys who are present at school each day.
Please do not send your son to School if he is unwell. See our COVID-19 information page.
We remind all parents that the NSW Premier has encouraged parents to keep their children at home to contain the spread of Coronavirus.
What if I need to come to the School during remote learning time?
All parents must report to the Office of each campus if they visit during the remote learning time. Please do not come if you are unwell. See our COVID-19 information page.