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Learning at Home

In-Class Learning

From May 18 2020, students are expected to attend classes at school unless they have a medical referral to learn from home.

For more information, see the Frequently Asked Questions below.

WARNING: Using the Connect App

Please be aware if you are using the Connect App for smartphones and tablets, you will only see a very limited amount of course content.
We recommend you do not use the app at this time.

To access all your available content use the web browser based version available via the link below.

Important Links

Learning at Home

Clickview is a provider of locally produced educational video content.
Connect is a secure online environment developed by the Department of Education, delivering content to students via an online classroom. Click here for a guide.
Education Perfect is a provider of online lesson content across a variety of subjects. Click here for login instructions.
Department of Education provided resources and information to support learning and wellbeing in the home.
WebEx is an online conferencing tool for delivery of training and meetings.
TV4Education provides a large educational video library. Click Here for student login instructions.

Wellbeing and Support

Pinjarra SHS Student Services has assembled this collection of resources which students can utilise to boost their personal wellbeing while they are away from school.

Chaplain & School Psychologist Support

The school psychologist and chaplain are available to support our students while they are learning from home. Appointments take place over the phone and can be booked by contacting the school via email or by phone.
Parenting in a Pandemic is a podcast presented by Professor Matthew Sanders, a world-leading parenting expert and founder of the internationally acclaimed Triple P – Positive Parenting Program.


Revised Abridged Assessment Policy

This Assessment Policy has been created in response to the shift to distance education. The document also contains a Student Declaration of Authenticity Form, which students may be asked to submit with their assessments. Click here to download.

Frequently Asked


Due to previous advice and instructions issued by state and federal governments in response to COVID-19, education has needed to adapt to continue to meet student needs.

The provision of access to digital lesson content allows students to still receive lessons and school work from teachers during times of distance education.

The most recent advice (issued May 14 2020) regarding distance education is as follows:

As of Monday, 18 May 2020 all students are expected to attend school, except for those students medically referred to learn from home.

This means students are either:
• at school;
• have a medical referral to learn from home; or
• recorded as absent if they do not attend.

Some teachers/courses may still utilise online resources listed by the Learning at Home hub, but students will receive all their instruction in classes at school.

During this current period, Pinjarra SHS will only provide distance learning support for students who are medically referred to learn from home. This referral will be need to be approved by the School of Special Educational Needs: Medical and Mental Health.

Students are eligible to download Office 365 for free. Installation instructions for this are available via this link.

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