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Learning from home

At Pacific Palms Public School we are committed to providing flexible learning options for our students and will ensure that learning can continue and thrive inside and outside of the classroom environments. This website has been set up to provide support for students and parents to access learning content being covered in class if students are unable to attend school.


Latest Advice

Up-to-date information from the Department of Education to support your family during the coronavirus.  Health advice from NSW Health. 


School Information 

The following Remote Learning documents are available to help you with information and links:

Remote Learning Information

Remote/Home Learning Guidelines

Remote/Learning for Students


KM and KD

Dear K-2 Students and families,

The teachers are missing you at school. Thank you for trying your best to complete the work we have sent home. We hope you are enjoying some nice time with your family and are sharing with them all the wonderful things we learn about. Don't forget to have some fun on Reading Eggs and Study Ladder. Ask a grown up in your house to get onto Class Dojo as we are posting fun and exciting activities for you to do each day! Tell them they can call the school if you have lost your logins or need any help. Remember to take some time out to help your family around the house, read stories, get some fresh air and play some board games.

Keep smiling, Miss Murray and Mrs Dorfling

Kindergarten Term 2 Resources: Suggested Timetable, Literacy, Maths, Literacy and Math Games, Science and Resources.

1D, 1/2S, 1/2 and 2G

Term 2 Resources: Suggested TimetableGrammarHandwritingScienceSpelling, Reading and Maths

Online Digital Resources: Kindy to Year 2

3G, 3/4W, 3/4C and 4/5P

Dear students and families in 2/3G, 3/4C, 3/4W and 4/5P ,

We hope you are staying safe at home. Each morning students have access to a range of learning activities on Reading Eggspress and Study Ladder which can be accessed on Google classroom.  Please read your child’s work and give feedback and encouragement on their work they are completing at home. Do not forget to get outside on beautiful days and play in the sunshine or help in the garden.

We can’t wait to hang with you.

Miss Punton, Mr Wilson, Mrs Giardina and Ms Godfree

Term 2 Resources: Suggested Week 2 Timetable,  Year 3 Reading, Year 4 Reading, Writing, Year 3 Spelling, Year 4 Spelling, Year 3 Grammar, Year 4 Grammar, Year 3 Maths, Year 4 MathsHandwriting, Science, Fitness, Learning Games, Art and Resources

Additional work is available daily on Google Classroom

5/6K, 5/6L and 5/6B

Dear students and families in 5/6B, 5/6K, 5/6L,

We hope you are all well and taking care of yourselves. Please check Google Classrooms each morning for a suggested schedule for the day. Don’t forget to spend time on Study Ladder and Reading Eggspress. Teachers are communicating daily with students. We encourage you to ask your child to show you what they are learning. Don’t forget to have some breaks, read a book, get some fresh air and do some exercise.
Keep learning, keep active, keep happy.

Miss William, Mrs B, Mrs Knight and Mrs King.

Term 2 Resources: Suggested TimetableReadingWritingPEScienceLearning GamesMathematicsGrammar and Handwriting

Additional work is available daily on Google Classroom


Learning and Support

Writing activities

Online Digital Resources: Year 3 to Year 6

Video Support- Update coming

Accessing google classroom

Changing google classroom accounts

Accessing PRC



Parent Resources

Explore the department's learning from home resources to support both online and offline learning for all students.


Fact sheet to support you when talking with your child about Covid-19. 


The Helping your child with literacy and numeracy at home booklet is full of activities and ideas to help parents and carers support their child and help develop early literacy and numeracy skills. They connect skills taught in the classroom with real life activities and resources found at home.


An increasing number of people are staying home as COVID-19, sweeps the globe which has increase the amount of time we are spending on computers and the internet. The eSafety Commissioner website provides information and resources to support parents at this time. 


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