Currently Australia is in Stage 1 of lockdown, this means Learning Space is able to remain open as long as there is social distancing of 1.5m apart and 1 person per every 4 square metres.
The Australian Government wishes for schools to remain open or distance education to take place. This means the children of Australia still must be educated and in a situation like this students may become complacent and fall behind. Learning Space will work hard to continue our service for this reason.
Commencing Monday, 30 March 2020 all tutoring sessions will be held online due to the growing concerns and fears of the Coronavirus situation via the platform, Zoom.
We feel at this time and due to the current circumstances, this will be the best option for everyone involved. Your child’s health and education is our primary concern and this way we can continue providing education in a safe environment.
If you have any queries or concerns in relation to the online platform, Zoom, please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.
Please note: all primary sessions will cease from Monday, 30 March 2020 until further notice.
In the interim, we have taken further measures in ensuring Learning Space is a safe environment for your child. The following measures will take place:
- Group Sessions will span over more than one classroom to increase personal space.
- The venue is getting professionally cleaned more regularly.
- Signage is displayed to remind people to wash their hands and continue to practice good hygiene.
- The venue will be disinfected at the start and at the end of the day of sessions.
If you wish to keep your child home until the online program begins on Monday, 30 March 2020, please ensure you give us 24 hours notice or cancellation fees will apply.
We stress, if any student is feeling unwell we ask them to stay home and get some rest.
Information Regarding Zoom
For the safety of all students and our staff, every online session will be recorded. Further, 1 on 1 sessions will have a third party staff member witness the session.
We also ask that students wear appropriate attire as if they were attending the centre and be in an appropriate part of the home suited for study. We strongly recommend against students attending the online session in their bedroom.