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GUIDELINES FOR PARENTS
Your child's teacher may choose to use one or more of the following services as part of your child's learning:
Try to make sure you know how and who to contact at your child's school for technical support , should they choose to use digital devices as part of their remote learning plan.
Try to create a quiet and comfortable learning space for your child.
If you can, try to find a place that can be quiet at times especially if your child is in secondary school. The area should have access to an internet connection, if it is available at home. It should be somewhere where you or another adult can monitor your child's learning.
You can provide support for your child when they are learning from home with these helpful tips: