St Joseph's Eugowra staff and students adapt to remote learning

The staff of St Joseph's Catholic School Eugowra have often marvelled at the flexibility of their students, being able to adapt to sudden and unexpected changes in routines and maintain their work standards.

This has been proven again with the onset of Remote Learning which commenced suddenly in Week 6 due to the statewide lockdown.

Congratulations to all our students and their parents/carers for their fantastic efforts keeping the momentum going with all the learning programs.

Most of our students are at home participating in lessons with their teacher's via Zoom in the morning sessions and then given daily and weekly tasks to complete in the afternoons.

Each Friday new work packs are sent home and over the weekends parents drop in work for marking by the teachers on Mondays. The children have completed amazing art works, science projects,religion activities, PE lessons, and lego challenges as well as their usual literacy and numeracy lessons.

Congratulations to the winners of the Book Week Colouring in Competition - Isla Rose, Isla, Pippa, Olivia, Leila, Airlie and Matilda and to Zac for his epic book week costume. The children are also completing their CWA Country of Study - Malaysia at home.

Each Friday has a different theme - dress up in Yellow for Daffodil Day for Cancer research, Footy Jersey Day for Organ donation awareness and Zoom with your Pet. We are also holding a 'Who's the Baby' (Staff & Year 6 baby photos) competition.

The children's positive attitudes and excellent work ethic is to be commended and we thank them for their responsibility and efforts. We hope they manage to have a happy holiday with families