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Distance Learning in action

Distance Learning includes a mix of live and pre-recorded videos which provides structure and repetition. Here’s an example of David Eggleston filming a MSL (Multisensory Structured Language) lesson.    Afterwards, it’s great to see an equally organised and focused Andreas (Year 2) watching and encoding his words. Well done!

Pastoral Care in Distance Learning

This extended break from school affords the chance for staff and students to spend extra time with their families, and learn differently. The shift to our homes to work and learn unearths daily ‘gold’ for us all and I encourage you to find it. Students are checking in with their tutors twice a day and […]

Distance Learning Explained

Dr Swann hosted webinars for parents over two nights and talked about the teaching and learning principles behind distance learning, how the program is structured and the role parents can play while students are learning off-site. His key takeaways were that parents can assist by: helping the boys to maintain their physical and mental health […]

Distance Learning Term 2

Ray talks through the following points: Evaluation of evidence-based practises in online learning Parent feedback from recent survey Strategy for DL 2.0 Key ideas across Teaching & Learning Environmental factors of Distance Learning Cognitive load Synchronous ‘real time’ and asynchronous ‘discretionary time’ Term 2 timetables

Distance Learning VCE update

This video provides an update for parents from Dr Ray Swann in regards to the recent announcements for Year 12 and Unit 3 and 4 students. In particular, Ray talks through: What the key advice is at this point What this means for our boys What the School is currently working on

Distance Learning parent update

We request that you take the time to fill out the survey sent to you by the Headmaster on Friday 27 March. If you have any queries, or to share your experience with us about distance learning, you can email the Crowther Centre.

Distance Learning launches

In a first for Brighton Grammar, the School has moved to Distance Learning from 23 March, with boys and most staff working offsite. Much planning and preparation has gone into transferring our high impact relational teaching practices onto an online environment. The boys have responded enthusiastically, adapting and applying themselves to their distance learning tasks.

Moving to Distance Learning

BGS Distance Education All the resources and links required to participate in distance learning at Brighton Grammar. Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information Please visit this page for regular updates on the School’s response. BGS Support desk Due to the level of enquiries received from our community, we have set up a dedicated BGS Support Desk to answer […]