Remote Learning

At Rosary School, we continue to work in partnership with families to provide the best possible learning environments for our students.

In these rapidly changing times – in one sense – nothing changes. We’re still  here supporting our students in their learning.

You are not expected to be a teacher – your role is to support your children and to ensure that they connect with the online learning being provided by our school. Don't feel that you need to plan lessons, or schedule learning. Simply follow the advice of your child’s teacher.

Student wellbeing is the most important thing. Your role is simply to make sure that they are engaging with their learning online and set up to learn remotely, with suitable daily routines.

All the Latest

20 November - we are back! Letter regarding restrictions.

19 November - Update for Parents

Week 2 Remote Learning - What will school look like? has been sent out via SchoolStream 1st May, 2020.

All the details about Remote Learning at Rosary School including timetables - sent via SchoolStream 24th April, 2020 - Document for families

Letter sent via School Stream 24th April, 2020 - Term 2 Return

Letter from Bishop Greg O'Kelly sent via SchoolStream 24th April, 2020 - Letter

Letter from Dr Nicola Spurrier sent via SchoolStream 24th April, 2020 - CPHO Letter

Letter sent via SchoolStream 20th April, 2020 Remote Learning Letter #3

Letter sent via SchoolStream 15th April, 2020 Remote Learning Letter #2

Fee Remission Information can be found here as well as the Fee Remission Application Form.

Remote Classroom Environment and Safety Protocols

Please read the following document to ensure your child and family's online environment and safety are protected.

Digital Platforms that we use

Digital Platforms that we use

MS Teams which forms part of the Office 365 suite is the basis for all Video Conferencing at Rosary School.

Learning will occur using the SeeSaw app for R-4 children and OneNote for Yr 5 & 6 children.

Click on the relevant platform below for more information.

SeeSaw for Parents

MS Teams

Office 365 Suite of programs

Sunshine Online & Literacy Resources


To encourage students to continue reading for independence and success we are pleased to provide all students with access to the Sunshine Online resource.

Sunshine Online is a digital literacy program and will be available on all school iPads and laptops.

The resource offers students access to ebooks and interactive activities to help them learn to read and understand mathematical concepts. The ebooks include phonics, fiction and nonfiction and gives access to 560 e-books and 1000 activities. The books are divided into three learning levels: emergent, early and fluent and contain levelled texts from Level 1 – Level 30.Sunshine Online App for Ipads (Reception to Year 3)

The Sunshine Online App should automatically install on the iPad.

Username: rosary

Password: rosary

Sunshine Online for Laptops (Year 4 to Year 6)

Go to the website 

Username: rosary

Password: rosary

You can bookmark this website and login from there using the student login button.

If a website isn’t working, you might need to change your settings to allow Flash.

Support here

If you have any queries please contact Olimpia by email

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Home Learning Packs by Year Level

For download in pdf

These packs are available for learning at home in Term 1.

Home Learning Packs by Year Level

Your child’s wellbeing is the most important thing.

At the end of all of this, your child’s wellbeing will be more important than any specific online lesson. How they felt during this time will stay with them long after the memory of what they studied at home is gone.

Go gently. Love your child. Support your teachers. Be kind to yourself.

For more information on Learning Online, visit the Catholic Education South Australia website - Learning Online for Families section.