Sample timetables

Early Stage 1

Expect your child to be learning from home for approximately 2.5 hours per day, plus additional activities.

This may include:

  • 45-60 minutes of English activities
  • 30-45 minutes of mathematics activities
  • 30-60 minutes of activities across other KLAs (creative arts, HSIE, PDHPE and science/technology).

The school may also organise other activities such as wellbeing and physical activities.

Stage 1

Expect your child to be learning from home for approximately 2.5 hours per day, plus additional activities.

This may include:

  • 45-60 minutes of English activities
  • 30-45 minutes of mathematics activities
  • 30-60 minutes of activities across other KLAs (creative arts, HSIE, PDHPE and science/technology).

The school may also organise other activities such as wellbeing and physical activities.

Stage 2

Expect your child to be learning from home for approximately 3 hours per day, plus additional activities.

This may include:

  • 45-60 minutes of English activities
  • 30-45 minutes of mathematics activities
  • 1-1.5 hours of activities across other KLAs (creative arts, HSIE, PDHPE and science/technology).

The school may also organise other activities such as wellbeing and physical activities.

Stage 3

Expect your child to be learning from home for approximately 3 hours per day, plus additional activities.

This may include:

  • 45-60 minutes of English activities
  • 30-45 minutes of mathematics activities
  • 1-1.5 hours of activities across other KLAs (creative arts, HSIE, PDHPE and science/technology).

The school may also organise other activities such as wellbeing and physical activities.

Stage 4

Expect your child to be learning from home for approximately 3.5 hours per day, plus additional activities.

This may include:

  • 30-45 minutes of English activities
  • 30-45 minutes of mathematics activities
  • 90-120 minutes of activities from creative arts, HSIE, languages, PDHPE, science and technology and applied sciences.

The school may also organise other activities such as wellbeing and physical activities.

Stage 5

Expect your child to be learning from home for approximately 3.5 hours per day, plus additional activities.

This may include:

  • 30-45 minutes of English activities
  • 30-45 minutes of mathematics activities
  • 90-120 minutes of activities from HSIE, PDHPE, science and electives.

The school may also organise other activities such as wellbeing and physical activities.

Stage 6

Students in Year 11 and 12 will follow their usual pattern of study.

NESA and your school will continue to provide updates around changes to major projects and/or assessments for specific subjects.

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