Information for Parents – Learning at Home

Please visit the eSafety website. The website is This site contains essential information about the best way to support students using technology at home. Setting up clear guidelines, expectations and routines will help your child manage screen time and get the most from the amazing technology we have available. It’s important to remember that parents are in control of digital devices at home.


Learning at Home – Information for parents

COVID-19: an online survival kit parents and carers

Need some technical assistance…?

We understand when learning remotely you may face technical challenges and questions.

Nilma Primary school will endeavour to assist families and students. If you have any questions, concerns or feedback of a technical nature relating to the iPad or the our Learning at Home pages of the website please don’t hesitate to reach out – or or ring our school mobile.

Health and Wellbeing

We are committed to supporting the mental health and wellbeing of all our students. Mental health is a state of wellbeing where people can meet their learning potential, cope with normal stresses, and are connected to community and their friends.

If you have any concerns about the wellbeing of your child throughout their experience with remote learning please take steps to contact the following members of our staff:

  • Your child’s classroom teacher (via SENTRAL during school hours)
  • Principal – Annette Sutherland 0407231804
  • Business Manager – Belinda Smythe – School Mobile 0423562379

Please note:

Teaching and Educational Support Staff can be contacted during normal school hours through SENTRAL Our Principal team will continue to be available on any day and can be contacted during normal school hours 8.45am – 4.00pm

If you, or someone close to you is struggling mentally with the challenges that COVID-19 is currently placing on our community. Please follow the link below, talk to family and friends and reach out for support.

1800 55 1800 Anytime. Any reason.



Be You provides educators with knowledge, resources and strategies for helping children and young people achieve their best possible mental health