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COVID-19

After such a long time away from formalised schooling, it can be difficult for some children to return to our new ‘normal’ in the classroom. The link below provides some good ideas about how to assist children in returning back to school in a positive manner and gives some suggestions about what to look out for if anxiety is heightened, or they don’t want to return to school.  

Self-isolation guidelines for people who have visited or travelled from Victoria

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Latest information of Covid 19 from NSW Health

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e-SAFETY

Information on online safety for parents.

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SOCIAL SKILLS.

At St John’s we recognise that some children need to have these social thoughts and skills explicitly taught to them.  As such, we are committed to identifying these students and engaging them in social skills programs that are targeted to encourage individuals to focus their social attention, interpret the social context and problem solve to figure out how to respond.
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SOCIAL THINKING SKILLS.

Social skills are something that we all develop; some more quickly and easily than others. Here at St John’s we foster positive social interactions in all of the things that we do, and we make teachable moments out of so many different events in our students lives. Click on the link below to read an article which discusses the importance of social thinking and its link to improving social skills.

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WELLBEING

After such a long time away from formalised schooling, it can be difficult for some children to return to our new ‘normal’ in the classroom. The link below provides some good ideas about how to assist children in returning back to school in a positive manner and gives some suggestions about what to look out for if anxiety is heightened, or they don’t want to return to school.  

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LITERACY

After such a long time away from formalised schooling, it can be difficult for some children to return to our new ‘normal’ in the classroom. The link below provides some good ideas about how to assist children in returning back to school in a positive manner and gives some suggestions about what to look out for if anxiety is heightened, or they don’t want to return to school.  

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NUMERACY

After such a long time away from formalised schooling, it can be difficult for some children to return to our new ‘normal’ in the classroom. The link below provides some good ideas about how to assist children in returning back to school in a positive manner and gives some suggestions about what to look out for if anxiety is heightened, or they don’t want to return to school.  

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TORI ELLIS
Little Saints Director / Teacher

KATRINA LAUGHTON
Little Saints Director / Teacher

AMY SONTER
Little Saints Educator

TORI ELLIS
Little Saints Director / Teacher

KATRINA LAUGHTON
Little Saints Director / Teacher

AMY SONTER
Little Saints Educator

MICAELA COLLINS
TNT Educator / Marketing

MICAELA COLLINS
TNT Educator / Marketing