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“CS Education has a wonderfully diverse and in-depth Educational Experience for your child to Encounter”

This is because CS Education has been pro-active over the past number of
years in preparing for 21st Century Learning by producing, not only the highest
standard of offline, on-campus learning, but also applying the 7 Steps of
Learning system for use in their Connected School, thus mastering the Online
Learning process – now when needed more than ever before.

  • Students have already been enjoying the move to Online Learning over the past 10 days.
  • Teaching staff are motivated and well prepared for the increase in
    Online Learning
  • Administrative Staff have excelled in providing the technical support
    needed for Online Learning

During the Holidays

  • Students can also complete online Trial Tests for OC and Selective.
    (available from the 31 March)
  • We encourage students to review the material studied in Term 1,
    especially any content they may have missed during the term.
  • CS Education stands ready to help any students with queries or difficulties they may encounter.
  • CS Education also provides Holiday Courses between 13 April and 24 April.
    These holiday courses are available as online courses for Yr 3 – Yr 5 (refer to the brochure).

 

Available in Term 2
Offline and Online Learning Courses Available for Students in Term 2, 2020

As most of you are aware, CS Education has moved from off-line, face-to-face group lessons at our physical campuses to online lessons to be accessed from Monday 23 March 2020. Lessons will continue to be presented in this manner for the next 3 weeks of Term 1, and 2 weeks of holiday course.

In Term 2 (starting 27 April) we will open with our off-line courses on-campus as usual. In parallel, we will continue our online courses, to give parents and students the Online option. (This will only change, if prevailing circumstances demand it.) To keep up to date, please check the website, www.cseducation.com.au. All Term 2 Courses (Offline and Online) will commence from Monday 27 April 2020 at 4.30 pm.

Parents need to choose EITHER the Offline On-Campus option, OR the Online Computer-Based option! This is important to ensure that your children are catered for according to your needs.

Option 1 Offline On-Campus

  • All courses will continue at the start of Term 2, 2020, but with enhanced support, which will provide an even better service. Details of this will follow.
  • Prices: For prices of all courses refer to the existing brochures. The prices for 2020 have not changed.

Option 2 Online Study (Distance Learning)

  • For students who have already registered with CS Education, they will be able to use their CS Education ID to access the Online Courses. For new students, they will have to begin the 7 Step Process from Step 1, i.e creating a CS Education ID and the initial diagnostic testing. (refer to the Distance Learning Handbook) Books for the term need to be picked up from your campus. If this is not possible, contact the office to have them sent to you.
  • Prices: For prices of all courses refer to the existing brochures. The prices for 2020 have not changed, but a 10% discount is available for all Comprehensive (WEMG) courses and a further 5% if paid by 17 April. For more details on pricing and procedures, consult the attachment at the end of this letter.

Please ensure that you tick and sign the form that accompanies this letter and return it to the office, or website!

www.csonlineschool.com.au

www.cseducation.com.au

 

Thank you for your cooperation.

Sincerely,

 

The Principal
CS Education

“CS Education has a wonderfully diverse and in-depth Educational Experience for your child to Encounter”

This is because CS Education has been pro-active over the past number of
years in preparing for 21st Century Learning by producing, not only the highest
standard of offline, on-campus learning, but also applying the 7 Steps of
Learning system for use in their Connected School, thus mastering the Online
Learning process – now when needed more than ever before.

  • Students have already been enjoying the move to Online Learning over the past 10 days.
  • Teaching staff are motivated and well prepared for the increase in
    Online Learning
  • Administrative Staff have excelled in providing the technical support
    needed for Online Learning

Available in Term 2
Offline and Online Learning Courses Available for Students in Term 2, 2020
As most of you are aware, CS Education has moved from off-line, face-to-face group lessons at our physical campuses to online lessons to be accessed from Monday 23 March 2020. Lessons will continue to be presented in this manner for the next 3 weeks of Term 1, and 2 weeks of holiday course.

In Term 2 (starting 27 April) we will open with our off-line courses on-campus as usual. In parallel, we will continue our online courses, to give parents and students the Online option. (This will only change, if prevailing circumstances demand it.) To keep up to date, please check the website, www.cseducation.com.au. All Term 2 Courses (Offline and Online) will commence from Monday 27 April 2020 at 4.30 pm.

Parents need to choose EITHER the Offline On-Campus option, OR the Online Computer-Based option! This is important to ensure that your children are catered for according to your needs.

 

Option 1 Offline On-Campus

  • All courses will continue at the start of Term 2, 2020, but with enhanced support, which will provide an even better service. Details of this will follow.
  • Prices: For prices of all courses refer to the existing brochures. The prices for 2020 have not changed.

Option 2 Online Study (Distance Learning)

  • For students who have already registered with CS Education, they will be able to use their CS Education ID to access the Online Courses. For new students, they will have to begin the 7 Step Process from Step 1, i.e creating a CS Education ID and the initial diagnostic testing. (refer to the Distance Learning Handbook) Books for the term need to be picked up from your campus. If this is not possible, contact the office to have them sent to you.
  •  Prices: For prices of all courses refer to the existing brochures. The prices for 2020 have not changed, but a 10% discount is available for all courses and a further 5% if paid by 17 April. For more details on pricing and procedures, consult the attachment at the end of this letter.

Please ensure that you tick and sign the form that accompanies this letter and return it to the office, or website!

www.csonlineschool.com.au

www.cseducation.com.au

 

Thank you for your cooperation.

Sincerely,

 

The Principal
CS Education

As the world and the nation responds to the unprecedented challenges in public health, the well-being of our students in our CS Education campuses becomes of ever-increasing importance.

On Wednesday 18 March, Prime Minister, Scott Morrison said that the health advice is that schools should remain open. There is “only one reason your kids shouldn’t be going to school and that is if they are unwell”. He announced that, “Schools should remain open.”

On Friday 20 March, Morrison declared that indoor venues should ensure that social distancing should be kept wherever possible.

However on Sunday evening (22 March) Mr Morrison reiterated that schools would remain open, but that parents were welcome to keep their children at home if they so desired. Also, CS Education takes note that the states of Victoria, NSW and ACT are all preparing for Online Education, should the necessity arise.

CS Education campuses intend to follow the government instructions and advice. We have not experienced any Corona Virus cases at all up to the present moment.

We have instructed all campuses to enforce the social distancing policy. Even though a school institution, we would like to regulate the new rules of social distancing in our campus facilities, including our staff.

However we believe that we need to be proactive to ensure that it will remain this way. We have been carefully monitoring the situation and keeping close communication with educational authorities and principals etc.

We are also aware of the health concerns of many parents, regarding their children’s welfare in the present scenario. We have had numerous requests from parents to move from off-line lessons to online learning.

Therefore, with immediate effect i.e. today, Monday 23 March, all CS Education lessons have been moved to Online Learning. There will be no classes at our CS Education centres for the next five weeks.

This notice overrides the notice sent out on Saturday, and moves forward the dates for the implementation of our Online Learning – from this Saturday (28 March) to today (23 March).

The Move to Online Learning [Mon 23 March for 3 +2 Weeks]

As a result of the above, we have decided that we will move from the off-line, face-to-face group lessons at our physical campuses to online lessons to be accessed from your homes from this Monday i.e. 23 March 2020, and to be continued in this manner for the next 3 Weeks of term 1, plus 2 Weeks of holiday course.

From today, (23 March) no classes will continue in normal off-line classes, including all primary and all high school classes!

From today (23 March), until the end of the next three weeks (i.e. the balance of this school term) all Lessons will be conducted using CS Education’s online facilities including all primary WEMG classes, OC, Selective Testing, Supplementary Course for primary and all high school lessons. There are no exceptions to the change to Online Learning.

All Autumn holiday courses in April will also be conducted through online lessons. More details about this will follow.

In Term 2 (starting 27 April) we plan to open with our off-line courses on-campus as usual, but this may change according to prevailing circumstances. In parallel, we will continue our online courses to give parents and students the Online option.

Who can Change Class and Enrol in our Distance Learning?

  • All our currently registered students who at present study face to face in regular classes.
  • The Way of Learning is covered in the 7 Steps of Learning (refer to the brochure)
  • We will keep you informed of all further guidelines and instructions that emanate from the on-going discussions and meetings amongst the teachers and principals of the CS Education campuses.
  • Please check for these updates on the CS Education website.

www.csonlineschool.com.au

www.cseducation.com.au

 

Thank you for your cooperation.

Sincerely,

 

The Principal
CS Education

As the world and the nation responds to the unprecedented challenges in public health, the well-being of our students in our CS Education campuses becomes of ever-increasing importance.

On Wednesday 18 March, Prime Minister, Scott Morrison said that the health advice is that schools should remain open. There is “only one reason your kids shouldn’t be going to school and that is if they are unwell”. He announced that, “Schools should remain open.”

On Friday 20 March, Morrison declared that indoor venues should ensure that social distancing should be kept wherever possible.

However on Sunday evening (22 March) Mr Morrison reiterated that schools would remain open, but that parents were welcome to keep their children at home if they so desired. Also, CS Education takes note that the states of Victoria, NSW and ACT are all preparing for Online Education, should the necessity arise.

CS Education campuses intend to follow the government instructions and advice. We have not experienced any Corona Virus cases at all up to the present moment.

We have instructed all campuses to enforce the social distancing policy. Even though a school institution, we would like to regulate the new rules of social distancing in our campus facilities, including our staff.

However we believe that we need to be proactive to ensure that it will remain this way. We have been carefully monitoring the situation and keeping close communication with educational authorities and principals etc.

We are also aware of the health concerns of many parents, regarding their children’s welfare in the present scenario. We have had numerous requests from parents to move from off-line lessons to online learning.

Therefore, with immediate effect i.e. today, Monday 23 March, all CS Education lessons have been moved to Online Learning. There will be no classes at our CS Education centres for the next five weeks.

This notice overrides the notice sent out on Saturday, and moves forward the dates for the implementation of our Online Learning – from this Saturday (28 March) to today (23 March).

The Move to Online Learning [Mon 23 March for 3 +2 Weeks]

As a result of the above, we have decided that we will move from the off-line, face-to-face group lessons at our physical campuses to online lessons to be accessed from your homes from this Monday i.e. 23 March 2020, and to be continued in this manner for the next 3 Weeks of term 1, plus 2 Weeks of holiday course.

From today, (23 March) no classes will continue in normal off-line classes, including all primary and all high school classes!

From today (23 March), until the end of the next three weeks (i.e. the balance of this school term) all Lessons will be conducted using CS Education’s online facilities including all primary WEMG classes, OC, Selective Testing, Supplementary Course for primary and all high school lessons. There are no exceptions to the change to Online Learning.

All Autumn holiday courses in April will also be conducted through online lessons. More details about this will follow.

In Term 2 (starting 27 April) we plan to open with our off-line courses on-campus as usual, but this may change according to prevailing circumstances. In parallel, we will continue our online courses to give parents and students the Online option.

Who can Change Class and Enrol in our Distance Learning?

  • All our currently registered students who at present study face to face in regular classes.
  • The Way of Learning is covered in the 7 Steps of Learning (refer to the brochure)
  • We will keep you informed of all further guidelines and instructions that emanate from the on-going discussions and meetings amongst the teachers and principals of the CS Education campuses.
  • Please check for these updates on the CS Education website.

www.csonlineschool.com.au

www.cseducation.com.au

 

Thank you for your cooperation.

Sincerely,

 

The Principal
CS Education

Temporary timetable

  • Holiday course will remain but will be conducted online.
  • In Term 2, we will open with off-line courses as usual, however, we may have to change the opening date for the term, according to the prevailing circumstances.
  • In parallel, we will continue the online courses to allow the parents and students the Online Learning option.