There are many ways you can support your child’s learning at home.
We provide sessions for parents to learn about what they can do at home to help with English and Mathematics. There are also the following apps and websites that are available for you to look at.
Victoria’s Department of Education and Training has released a new app that is designed to help parents become more engaged in their child’s education.
SchoolMate provides parents with a roadmap to help aid their child’s learning at home and at school. It:
- shows parents what their child is learning in each subject, at each year level according to the Victorian curriculum
- provides parents with tips for helping their child in the best way possible
- suggests apps, books, events and activities related to each subject area and year level.
SchoolMate was created by the Department with input from the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority and Victoria’s professional teaching associations including:
- Victorian Association for the Teaching of English
- School Sport Victoria
- Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation
- Geography Teachers’ Association of Victoria
- Science Teachers’ Association of Victoria
- History Teachers’ Association of Victoria
- Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria
- Mathematical Association of Victoria
- Art Education Victoria.
Learning Potential is a free app and website produced by the Australian Government’s Department of Education and Training that helps you to be more involved in your child’s learning.
It’s for all ages, from the highchair to high school, and it gives you:
- Inspiring tips to stimulate learning
- Advice tailored to different ages
- Regular updates and notifications