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Learning from home

Cabramatta High School is committed to supporting students while learning from home.

Students, parents and carers will be able to access resources and information to support both online and offline learning on this page.


Learning from home resources

The NSW Department of Education has created a website for parents and carers with a range of resources to assist you and your child with learning at home.

Information for parents and carers about how to support their child’s learning at home is available in the following languages:

Arabic (PDF 12KB)

Chinese-simplified (PDF 334KB)

Chinese-traditional (PDF 347KB)

English (PDF 116KB)

Khmer (PDF 167KB)

Lao (PDF 204KB)

Persian (PDF 119KB)

Samoan (PDF 256KB)

Tongan (PDF 279KB)

Thai (PDF 118KB)

Vietnamese (PDF 249KB)


Students are reminded to log into their Google Classroom and respond to the weekly attendance check-in for each week. Students only need to do this once a week.

Learning from home without technology

We understand some students do not have access to a device or internet for online learning. Contact the school to discuss non-digital learning from home options for your child. 

The first package of hard copy paper work has been sent to students who indicated they DO NOT have a device to work on at home. This work will arrive in the mail to your home address.


Student wellbeing
Students can find advice on looking after yourself during your studies and dealing with changes and challenges arising from COVID 19 at the student wellbeing website.
Helpful phone contacts, websites and apps that support your mental health and wellbeing can be found at student mental health and wellbeing. 

Parents and carers

Helpful phone contacts, agencies, websites and apps that support mental health and wellbeing in these changing times can be found at Parent and carer mental health and wellbeing
Parents and carers can also access a range of articles and advice to help manage common health and wellbeing issues your child may face at school and at home.

HSC students

Health and wellbeing are more important than ever, as HSC students continue their school assessments and prepare for upcoming HSC exams during the COVID-19 outbreak.

The Stay Healthy HSC hub has a wide range of resources for students on studying, self-care and staying informed. It also provides students and parents with tips for prioritising wellbeing, including:

  • Checking in to support with friends and family
  • Practical help to visualise and manage study goals
  • Identifying different types of stress.