Remote Learning

From the College Principal

Dear Parents and Carers

Welcome to Lumen Christi Catholic College's Remote Learning Information web page.

Lumen Christi will remain open for students of parents/carers who are unable to provide care for their children (subject to NSW Health Advice). Lumen Christi will also remain open for vulnerable students.

There is to be one mode of learning employed, the remote learning model. This is where the same learning is delivered to students both at home and on site at the College. 

Be the light of Christ

Shane Giles


Latest Document Releases

COVID-19 Term 3 2021 Fees Assistance

Catholic Education will again support families who have been financially impacted as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in Term 3. The position of Catholic Education is that no child will be denied a Catholic education because of financial circumstances.   Your family is an important part of our College community. Your financial circumstances will not compromise the place of your children at our school.

Where your family is experiencing financial stress due to job loss, being stood down, reduction in work hours, business downturn or closure resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, full or partial fee relief is available for Term 3.

To apply for fee relief, you are asked to indicate the level of assistance you feel you need at this time by completing a one page fee assistance form (COVID-19 Fee Assistance Request Form) at this link, and return it to  (Attention: Fees Officer). Your level of fee support will be confirmed as soon as possible.

Be Ready to Learn at Home

Looking for help with your child's remote learning?  Download our "Be Ready to Learn at Home" poster by clicking on image below.


e-Safety Resources


Safe and Positive Online Experiences ...

Helping children and teens to manage their time online is a challenge for parents. Our relationships are the most important things in the world to us, so open conversations, good information and clear direction is vital to the way young people form their sense of identity and their relationships with others. The tools and guides help parents to form confident approaches with their children.

Click here for more resources to keep your child safe online ...

Screen Time and Remote Learning Guidelines for Parents


Catholic Education Canberra and Goulburn (CECG) has developed Screen Time During Remote Learning - A Guide for Parents and Caregivers.   The Guidelines contain useful information like maximising screen learning time, free time activities, balancing digital and screen-free learning and managing remote learning expectations.  Download the Guidelines here

Our Learning Enrichment Team ...


Our Learning Enrichment structures and supports are still available in remote learning environments.  

Mrs Helen Bigelow and our team of Learning Enrichment Assistants work with many students and families across the College. Be sure to connect with the team, especially if your child already has a learning partnership in their regular classes. The team can help to target particular learning needs within the requirements of Remote Learning. If you have particular concerns about how your child accesses remote learning, please speak with Helen by emailing

Mr Dave Crawford is our Assistant Principal, Learning Enrichment.  Mr Jamie Lynn is the College's Director of Studies.  To contact either Mr Crawford or Mr Lynn please email

Pastoral Care Resources

TeleCounselling is available during Remote Learning


Our College Counselling team, Erin Taylor and Samantha Hutchence are employed by CatholicCare and CE Canberra Goulburn.  Both Erin and Samantha are available for tele-counselling during this period of remote learning. If your family would like to access counselling please email:

Alternatively your can email the College directly on

Lumen Christi's Remote Learning Policy


It is essential that parents and carers read and understand Lumen Christi's Remote Learning Policy.

This policy not only sets out the College’s roles and responsibilities in supporting safe digital learning, but also the expected behaviours of our students and their families when using digital or online spaces.

Click here to dowlnload the CCC Digital Remote Learning Policy

Remote Learning Daily Timetable

The Remote Learning Daily Timetable allows students to be taught learning concepts followed by a period of independent work and learning.  Students will still have access to their teacher through chat functions in their remote learning platform, via Microsoft Teams. The timetable allows for longer breaks between lessons, as well as rest and stretch time.

PC - 9:00am to 9:15am
Period 1 - 9:20am to 10:00am
Period 2 - 10:10am to 10:50am
Recess - 10:50am to 11:20am
Period 3 - 11:20am to 12:00pm
Period 4 - 12:10pm to 12:50pm
Lunch - 12:50pm to 1:50pm
Period 5 - 1:50pm to 2:30pm
Period 6 - 2:40pm to 3:20pm

Microsoft Teams


Our core platforms for Remote Learning are MS Teams and Google Classrooms.

MS Teams is to be used for all virtual meetings/classes, and students and families are expected to comply with the relevant policy and guidelines.  For more information about accessing Microsoft teams please refer to the links below: 

Other Learning Apps and Platforms

Digital Information Technology Help


Students and staff who require information technology support,

including Microsoft Teams, should telephone the CECG Helpdesk on

1300 232 448

Sentral Parent Portal

Our Sentral Parent Portal provides you with 24/7 access to your child’s data.
Log in to access your child's attendance information and explain school absences, view wellbeing details, including positive and negative behaviours, daily timetable information, homework, make Parent/Teacher/Student interview bookings and message teachers.

To login to the Sentral Parent or Student Portal please use this link.

For assistance accessing with your Sentral Portal please email

Latest COVID-19 Advice

From Catholic Education, Canberra Goulburn ...


Hotspots and Quarantine, When to stay home from School, School Excursion Events and Activities,

 Transport, COVID-19 Hotlines, Hygiene and Social Distancing

Find out the latest advice ....

More information

For further information please email the College at