Term 2 2021 eSafety Webinars for Parents/Carers
Caroline Chisholm College sees parents and carers as partners in your child's learning journey. In partnership with the eSafety Commissioner, we would like to invite you to join the following free webinar for parents and carers:
eSafety's guide to parental controls - Thursday 24 June 2021, 12:30 -1.30 pm
This live webinar explores the latest research and is a great way to learn how you can help your child develop the skills to be safer online. The session is delivered by the eSafety Commission’s expert educators.
About the webinar
eSafety's guide to parental controls
This webinar will look at how parents and carers can set up devices and apps to help kids and young people stay safe online. It is designed for parents and carers of children aged 4-13. It will cover:
the benefits and limitations of parental controls
how to set up iOS and Android devices for safety
how to set up popular games and apps like YouTube and Roblox for safety
using family tech agreements and other parenting strategies to manage online risks
how eSafety can help when things go wrong.
What you need to do
Please register for the course on the secondary site via the following link:
24 June 2021 session - link to register
If you have any further enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Year 11 (2022) Information Webinar - change of date Wednesday 23 June 6pm
The Information Webinar for parents of students beginning Year 11 in 2022 will be held on Wednesday 23 June at 6pm. This webinar will cover some important information about senior study, subjects on offer for year 11 and 12 and NESA requirements for the HSC. Please use this link to access the webinar via Zoom Year 11 (2022) Information Webinar or join us on Facebook Live.
Year 7-10 Parent / Teacher Zoom interviews
The Years 7-10 Parent / Teacher / Student Meetings will take place on Thursday 24 June between 8.30 am - 6.00 pm. Emails were sent to families last week. Please check you have received the booking email and that you book online. This year, meetings will be conducted remotely with parents having the opportunity to have a virtual face-to-face conversation with each of their daughter's teachers via Zoom. Meetings will run for 5 minutes. To ensure that all meetings can be completed on schedule, it is essential that appointment times are adhered to. We recommend that a separate appointment be made directly with a teacher should any issues need longer discussion. Parents are asked not to book consecutive time slots and to allow at least a 5-minute gap between each meeting to ensure you can be ready for the next meeting at the designated time. The booking link will close on Wednesday 23 June, 12.00pm. Your confirmed Schedule of Parent-Teacher Meetings, including the Zoom link for your meetings, will be sent to you via email once you have submitted your appointments.
Thursday 24 June and Friday 25 June - student-free days
Thursday 24 June and Friday 25 June are student-free days. On Thursday 24 June staff will be conducting Parent / Teacher interviews for students in Years 7-10. On Friday 25 June staff will be involved in a Staff Spirituality Day centred on the theme of grace.
On Thursday 24 June, students in Year 12 are welcome to come to school in casual clothes to study individually or in groups. We have set aside the Library for this purpose. Students will need to sign in and out at reception.
Year 11 Drama present Ruby Moon Tuesday 22nd June - 6:30pm
Due to the current COVID-19 restrictions, you will be required to inform us of your interest to attend this event. Please fill in the following form: Ruby Moon Google Form
Annual Tell Them From Me survey
As has been mentioned in communications to parents earlier, we would like to invite you to complete the Tell Them From Me (TTFM) Partners in Learning survey. As we value the role of parents and carers within our school community we would greatly appreciate your feedback. The information you provide will be used to maintain our commitment to working together in partnership to further improve student learning and wellbeing at Caroline Chisholm College.
The survey is anonymous and will take approximately 20 minutes to complete. You are able to access the parent survey on your computer or mobile device by using the following URL:
You will be able to access the survey until next Friday 25 June.
Trousers and socks
Only plain navy blue crew socks to above the ankle are to be worn with the college trousers. Students should not be wearing the college summer socks with the college trousers.
I would like to remind students and parents that the only facial jewellery allowed at the college is in the ears (up to 2 earrings in each year, small hoops or studs). In particular, there is to be no nose or lip jewellery, nor can students cover nose jewellery with bandaids. I mention this before the holidays as this is a time when a number of students seem to think there is time for a piercing to heal before returning to school. This is not the case over a two week break and there will be no tolerance or allowance of time for a new piercing to heal once the students return to school. Students who wear non-uniform jewellery will receive warnings leading to detentions. It would be greatly appreciated that parents support us in following the college uniform policy which was made clear on enrolment.