COVID 19 Strategies for Tutoring 

COVID -19  Strategies to Support Families as of Wednesday November 11, 2021


As you are no doubt aware the COVID-19 virus (and the risk mitigation plans introduced by the State and Commonwealth governments) has continued to impact and change the way we do business. 


While it is not clear how COVID-19 restrictions will directly impact tutoring  at Naturally Learning  in 2022,  the following plans remain in place until further notice.


 For most of 2021 I have been required to cease Face to Face tutoring in Victoria. I hope to resume at a new location in the  Mid North, South Australia in Term 2, 2022. 


In order to support families during this COVID 19 pandemic Naturally Learning has taken the following measures.  Tutoring services at Naturally Learning continue to follow the guidelines of Accredited Tutors Association.


For On-site sessions:


  • All participants are expected to wash their hands with soap and water upon arrival.  

  • Face to Face lessons are offered outdoors with adherence to the current social distancing requirements of 1.5m.

  • Masks are optional.  

  • All surfaces, furniture and shared equipment will be thoroughly cleaned before and after every lesson.

  • Online lessons using Zoom will be available as an alternative to Face to Face lessons.  Participants will be required to set up a Zoom account and share their Zoom account details with me via email if they choose this option.

  • Do Not attend lessons if you are sick. Absences will be credited with 24 advance notice. 

  • Free DIY learning activities available on the website for preparing for home learning. 


In the event of a Lock Down:


  • Online tutoring will be available.

  • All participants will require a Zoom account for online tutoring. 

  • All students will be advised regarding materials required to participate in online lessons.

  • Online lessons will provide 30 minutes online tuition and a project, game or activity to complete at home that should take approximately 30 minutes.

  • Parents are expected to participate in the first two online lessons to ensure a smooth transition.

  • Online lessons will be recorded in the interests of child protection..

  • All activities provided with online lessons include instructions for ‘How to Play’, ‘What you’ll Need’, and ‘DIY’

  • Participants may receive resources to download and print to support their learning when relevant.


Please reach out if you require anything. I greatly appreciate your understanding. 


Kind Regards,

Sarah Arrowsmith