If we are required to work from home, our teachers are connecting online with our students, working remotely each school day from 8.45am – 3.15pm. Students will need to follow their usual rotational timetable. We recommend following a structured day plan, which can be found below.
Lessons are delivered via our online platform (Microsoft Teams). It is not intended that we will live stream all lessons. Rather, we will work with students based on our usual timetabled lessons. Students must ensure they complete the set work in a timely fashion across each school day and use the structured timetable/check-in/lesson times to communicate with their teacher(s) via the platforms we are using.
Students – view our five tips to get ready for daily online learning at the bottom of the page.
Parents – see our five top tips for supporting your teen with remote learning at the bottom of the page.
Please see important information for online learning guidelines at the bottom of the page.
Please see information below about how to set up systems for online learning. If you are you experiencing any IT issues with remote learning, please complete a form with your request for help and submit it to Long Bay College’s ICT support here.
Parents/Caregivers and students, please familiarise yourself with Long Bay College’s ICT Safety Guidelines at the bottom of the page.
While children are learning from home, they are away from the online safety and security services provided by Network for Learning (N4L) at school. So, N4L and Netsafe have launched a new website that offers a free solution for blocking the worst of the web. You can follow the instructions to set up your child’s device for safer connectivity while they learn from home. Visit: www.switchonsafety.co.nz.
As parents, you will need to support and guide your child to keep them safe online. We highly recommend reading Netsafe’s newly updated toolkit for parents, whānau and students, available here at the bottom of the page.
See this important document with a step-by-step guide for students using Microsoft Teams for online learning at the bottom of the page.
Please watch this short video about accessing Office 365 through the Long Bay College website.
Please watch an instructional Youtube video here.